In view of its special nature, the waste oil recycling sector has carved out a niche for itself over the last few years, requiring the application of relevant aspiration systems.
Oil mist generating during storage silos loading is sucked up using  a special grasp that is adjustable during testing, whereas for remaining manual pouring equipment, simple suction swivel arms are used.
The sucked up pollutant is conveyed inside a sealed duct complete with decantation plenum fitted in strategic points, capable of easing the work load for downstream filters.
Oil mist is reduced by means of a progressive multi-layer filter consisting of metal panels, inertial separators and successive high efficiency pockets, whereas the odorous part is absorbed by a downstream regenerable active carbon tower.
A specially sized ventilator maintains a suitable in line vacuum, whereas smokestack emissions are purified, as verified by end client analyses.