MEK Dewaxing

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MEK DEWAXING

MEK (Methyl Ethyl Ketone) dewaxing is a complex process process for physically removing wax, by crystallisation and (rotary vacuum) filtration. A rotary vacuum filter consists of a hollow drum that sits in a vat, which is covered by a sealed hood and is maintained at a slightly positive pressure. The drum is rotated allowing the wax cake to be washed with chilled solvent (to reduce the amount of oil trapped in the wax cake) before it is discharged, via a scraper blade, to the wax boot.
Due to our long experience with Pressure Vessel, we are also able to manufacture PDU (Propane Dewaxing Unit) which is more suitable in processing Briht Stocks.

  • High efficiency for oil/wax separation
  • Up to 50% drum submerge filtration area
  • Gas tight design
  • Wide capacity range
  • High operation flexibility
  • Compact Design
  • Continuous operation
  • Wetted part material according to slurry characteristics
  • Easy maintenance
  • Separation of wax crystal to the slurry
  • Solvent oil/wax separation

MEK Dewaxing

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

MEK DEWAXING
FILTER AREA m2 DRUM (Ø) DxL A B C
38 3.352 x 3.650 573 420 412
45 3.352 x 4.250 633 420 412
48 3.352 x 4.600 668 420 412
51 3.352 x 4.900 698 420 412
58 3.352 x 5.490 757 420 412
65 3.352 x 6.175 825 420 412
70 3.352 x 6.705 878 420 412
77 3.352 x 7.320 938 420 412
84 3.352 x 7.945 1000 420 412
90 3.352 x 8.535 1060 420 412
96 3.352 x 9.145 1120 420 412
102 3.352 x 9.750 1185 420 412
106 3.352 x 10.065 1215 420 412
110 3.352 x 10.500 1260 420 412
112 3.352 x 10.650 1280 420 412
115 3.352 x 11000 1315 420 412

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