The base oil production process, which is 85% refined from crude oil, is summarized below.
1. The crude oil is first distilled through vacuum distillation
2. In the process, some undesirable asphaltic products (heavy components containing asphalt, sulfur and nitrogen) are treated with solvent.
3. The waxy compounds in the solution are removed with solvent. During this process, 800 atmospheres pressure is applied to the container where the process is made. As a result of these operations, 85% of the purified normal base oil is obtained.
HIGH HEAT TREATMENT AND HYDROGEN APPLIED PURE BASE OIL PRODUCTION TECHNOLOGY
The purpose of this technology is to obtain 99.9% purified base oil from crude oil.
1. Preliminary purification of aromatic and other impurities from crude oil is carried out in step 1 by pressing hydrogen at 400 ° C and at a pressure of 3000 atmospheres.
2. In step 2, the waxy components of the oil passing through the pre-treatment are separated.
3. The third decomposition is carried out at 290 C and 3000 atmospheres pressure. During this decomposition, sulfur, nitrogen and similar aromatic compounds which may remain in the product are eliminated and 99.9% pure, clear base oil is obtained. One of the most important features of this pure oil is that the saturated compounds of the hydrocarbons become resistant and the aromatic compounds which may sometimes cause undesirable reactions in the oils are completely purified. In particular, the performance of cooling compressor oils produced by adding synthetic additives to stock oils produced with this technology is very high. Such oils protect their molecular structure against sudden temperature changes and do not undergo change. Moreover, neither corrosion nor manure to the formation of undesired compounds leads to deposits and pollution in the systems they use.