Here is an update on installation news! 2 sets of BLJ-16 oil sludge pyrolysis plants are in the installation stage in Sudan. So far, the installation is progressing smoothly under the guidance of our installation engineer. The assembly of the basic components has been completed. Below are photos from the installation site.
Configuration Information of Oil Sludge Pyrolysis Plant in South Sudan
- Model: 2 sets of BLJ-16;
- Working capacity: 12-16t/d;
- Feeding method: automatic spiral feeding;
- Discharging method: water cooling discharging;
- Condensation method: vertical condensation;
- Working mode: semi-continuous;
- Production cycle: 60 working days.
During the project, the Sudanese customer paid more attention to the entire configuration plan. This customer wanted to increase the automation of the entire equipment operation. Therefore, our technical team improved the feeding and discharging methods based on the standard configuration. The spiral feeding system and water-cooled discharging system can significantly reduce labor costs. In addition, this configuration improves the efficiency of the entire oil sludge pyrolysis plant by shortening the feeding and discharging times.
Development Potential of Solid Waste Pyrolysis Projects in South Sudan
The solid waste pyrolysis recycling project has important development potential in South Sudan and can have a positive impact on waste management, energy production and economic development. Beston Group is willing to serve as a solution provider and contribute to the realization of local circular economy.
Scrap tyre recycling in South Sudan faces challenges due to the current lack of mature waste management policies and facilities. However, challenges bring opportunities. Beston Group provides solutions from tyres to fuel oil. In particuclar, this solution not only provides alternative energy but also creates jobs.
Plastic pollution is an important environmental challenge facing South Sudan. Waste plastic has caused serious contamination of local soil and water resources. Through plastic pyrolysis technology, waste plastics can be converted into fuel oil and other useful resources. Thus, this reduces the demand for fossil energy.
South Sudan has abundant biomass resources, including agricultural waste, wood waste, etc. Pyrolysis of biomass can produce biofuels and biochar. Developing biomass recycling projects can help promote the sustainable development of South Sudan’s agricultural and forestry industries.
Recycling for Better Life with Beston Group
The installation of the oil sludge pyrolysis plant in Sudan will be followed by commissioning and commissioning. We will update you with the latest news later. If you also want to achieve your sustainability goals through a recycling project, please contact Beston Group. We look forward to the cooperation with you.