Batch recycling operates cycle by cycle, whereas continuous recycling will run for as long as it is scheduled for. The batch recycling models will recycle a given number of gallons over a cycle which is approximately the length of an eight hour working shift. Some facilities will choose to run multiple cycles per day, which ultimately doubles or triples their working volume. The batch units are generally smaller, more basic, and require a little bit more manual labor that the continuous models. The continuous models are larger, more automatic, and generally more expensive; however, they have the advantage of running for extended amounts of time since they self-clean and self-fill.
We recommend contacting us to determine the model/ size that would best suit your chemical waste.
Our specialized line of chemical recycling equipment called the Solvent Saver Engineered (SSE) line. These models have custom engineered equipment to directly suit your solvent recycling needs. The Solvent Saver Batch (SSB) and Solvent Saver Continuous (SSC) models also have simple additional options that can help separate more difficult chemical mixtures.
We can successfully recycle water from solvents and alcohols such as glycol. The engineering team utilizes Aspen software technologies to map out the ideal recycling process for a given waste composition.