Recently GN Company received big attention from Middle East's clients about our Oil Sludge Treatment System. This system is widely used for oil recovering from oil sludge from refinery plant, oil tank, drilling project, etc. 

The System can be used for Oil Sludge Treatment, with discharging Oil, Water, and Solids separately, result as follow,

Solid & Water Content in Oil less than 3%,
Oil Content in Solid less than 2%,
Oil Content in Water is about 500~1000 PPM. And we have Micro bubble Water Processor, that can lower oil content in water to 50~100 PPM.

GN Oil Sludge Treatment System have 5 Modules as below, 

1. Vacuum Transferring Pump Module
Transferring Oil sludge into our system by GN sludge vacuum pump

2. Pre-mixing and Heating Module
Mixing oil sludge with water and chemical, for making Solids Content less than 20%, which is easier for procedure.

3. Screening Shaker Module
Removing large particle of solids (about 100um) by Shale Shaker

4. Centrifuge Separation Module
Firstly separating fine solids (less than 10um) from liquid by Decanter Centrifuge (2 phase separation)
Secondly separating Oil, Water and little ultra-fine Solid by Disc Centrifuge (3 phase separation)
(Both decanter centrifuge and Disc centrifuge works based on Centrifugal Force, and Disc centrifuge works at a much higher speed, which means bigger Centrifugal Force than Decanter Centrifuge, so that oil and water can be separated)

5. Chemical Dosing System

GN Company is a professional manufacturer of Solid Liquid Separation & Conveying Equipment, including Decanter Centrifuge (2 phase separation), Disc Centrifuge (3 phase separation), Sludge Vacuum Pump, Screw Conveyor, etc. And our equipment can be widely used for waste water, sewage, mud, oil sludge treatment, etc. GN Company now has three factories totally, with about 100,000 square meters totally.

Welcome to contact GN Company for more Technical Specifications & Working Video.

And it is acceptable that Clients to do Trial Test with your oil sludge sample with our Oil Sludge System, for checking out our system’s working performance.