Solvent Recovery

The solvent recovery process routes air that may include solvent particles through adsorption vessels that house activated carbon. The charcoal adsorbs the solvent vapors until a saturation level is reached. Steam or hot nitrogen is used to strip the solvent from the carbon. The steam is then condensed in either an air or water cooler condenser. Depending on the solvent type, the solvents are then separated out using distillation or other refinement methods. Solvent recovery extends the use of solvent purchases by allowing them to be recycled, thus increasing the cost-effectiveness of many manufacturing processes.


Solvent Recovery System Manufacturers

  • Megtec Systems is a global company that specializes in the full integration of design, engineering, manufacturing, and service for industrial equipment. The company offers a number of product and service solutions, including Solvent Recovery & Carbon Adsorption, for a broad range of process industries.


Solvent Recovery System Advantages

  • Compliance with government and safety guidelines
  • Optimization of natural resources
  • Reduction in costs by recycling solvents
  • Reduce inventory of hazardous of materials at your facility
  • Cost-effective alternative to gas emission transformation equipment


Solvent Recovery Applications

Solvent Recovery systems are utilized for the capturing and recycling of solvents across a number of industrial manufacturing processes, including:

  • Rubber, Plastics, Paper, Film, Foil, Fiber, & Other Synthetic Materials Manufacturing
  • Chemical Manufacturing
  • Electronics Manufacturing
  • Lithium-ion Battery Electrode Manufacturing
  • Pharmaceutical Processing
  • Printing
  • Automotive Manufacturing
  • Aerospace Applications
  • Food Product Manufacturing
  • Degreasing
  • Waste Water Treatment



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