From real life: distillation test with tetraoxaundecane

The term "solvent" refers to a variety of substances that above all have one thing in common: they all have the ability to solve or dilute liquids, gases or solids without chemically reacting with them. So broad this definition is, so broad is alos the market and the potential applications of solvents.
Therefore, when it comes to recovering or cleaning contaminated solvents, first these questions arise: Can the solvent be regenerated? If so, to what degree of recovery? Up to which degree can the contaminants be removed and how much is the loss of solvent? How much energy and effort have to be put in the process? What throughput and recovery rates are realistic in the recovery of the solvent?

Increase production capacity and quality through solvent recycling? Nonsense, isn’t it?

Can solvent recycling lead to an increase of production capacity and simultaneously increase the quality of the products?
Yes, it can.
For example in optics manufacturing.
Optical parts have to be repeatedly cleaned throughout the production process.
A current method for this is cleaning in the dipping method, with this the parts are immersed in different solvent baths after another, so that the contamination is removed step after step and after the last bath the parts are optimal cleaned. With each bathing procedure the baths absorb more and more pollution, so that polluted solvent has to be dumped and replaced with fresh solvent regularly. Of course the cleaning result and the cleaning performance are subject to fluctuation depending on the fact whether the bath has just been refreshed or is at the end of a cycle. 

Powder Injection Molding (PIM) and the benefits of a debinding unit made by DesbaTec

A) What is Powder Injection Modling?

Power Injection Molding (PIM) is a production technique for the serial production of parts
made of metallic (MIM) or ceramic (CIM) raw materials.

Typical areas of operation are e.g.:

-          Automotive industry
-          Medical technology
-          Machine building
-          Aeronautics and space industry
-          Optical industry
-          Electrical industry
-          Watch industry