Klassic Klarol Filters Private Limited
Klassic Klarol Filters Private Limited
ISO 9001:2015 Certified
Sitarganj, Uttarakhand

KLAROL Reduces Pollution

KLAROL Oil Cleaning Systems can keep oils clean while the oil is in operation. By keeping oils in operation for a very long time, KLAROL ensures elimination of frequent oil changes. This is a sure shot way of reducing groundwater soil and air pollution, which are possibilities when oil is changed at regular intervals. As discussed earlier, the only way to reduce waste emissions from engines is by ensuring that there is reduced wearing out in engines as they age. When a new engine runs on oil purified by KLAROL it is actually running with a better than new oil at all times. This ensures that while the engine ages it does so with minimum wear. Its oil consumption does not increase over a period of time like in those engines which run without KLAROL. By reducing engine oil consumption KLAROL reduces waste stream emissions in old engines.

Effect of Filtration on Fuel Consumption

Effect of Filtration on Fuel Consumption
A study reported by J. Fodor and F. Ling of the Research Institute of Automotive Industry-Budapest and published in Lubrication Engineering magazine found a sharp improvement in fuel economy in a six-cylinder diesel engine fitted with improved filtration. By reducing oil contamination by 98 percent, not only was a nearly 5 percent reduction in fuel consumption achieved but wear and friction were reduced by 93 percent and 2.9 percent respectively.

Reference: Jim Fitch 'Clean Oil Reduces Engine Fuel Consumption'

KLAROL Reduces Global Warming

Higher fuel consumption means more production of carbon dioxide, a greenhouse gas responsible for increasing Global Warming.

By ensuring that the engine oil is always contaminant free by continuously cleaning it down to less than a micron, by removing water and lighter fractions of fuel and lighter oxidized molecules of oil, and all this while the oil is working in the engine, KLAROL ensures better protection for essential additives in the oil.. Running engine on clean oil at all times and with proper additive protection, not only helps to increase oil life but also ensures an efficient engine over a period of time. A healthy engine ensures better combustion and therefore is more fuel efficient. Better fuel efficiency essentially means lesser production of the greenhouse gas carbon dioxide i.e. reduced global warming.

Ground Water, Soil & Air Pollution

Ground Water, Soil & Air Pollution
Discarded oil is one of the major sources of pollution. Studies have indicated that mishandling of waste oil can cause ground water pollution, soil pollution and air pollution. Waste oils are carcinogenic and therefore can be injurious to health.

Ideally, waste oil generated should be re-refined and used again. However, studies indicate that a lot waste oil is used for lubricating machines or burnt indiscriminately. Where oil is used for lubricating machines, there are possibilities that this oil finds its way into ground water when shop floors are cleaned. It has been proven that a drop of oil can contaminate a ton of groundwater. Figure below shows engine oil discarded by transporters causing groundwater pollution.

Waste oil can also contaminate groundwater and cause soil pollution during transportation from the site where they are collected to the re-refining plant because of leakages and improper handling. Burning oil can cause air pollution, by releasing hydrocarbons and heavy metals into the air. Engine oils can also cause waste emissions in engines while in operation.

Waste Steam Emissions

Waste Steam Emissions
When the engine consumes oil, due primarily to contaminant-induced wear, oil enters the combustion chamber, burns with the fuel, and is pushed out with exhaust gases as particles and volatile hydrocarbons. New mineral-based lubricants have a more volatile light-end fraction and are more prone to hydrocarbon emissions. The level of exhaust emissions increases considerably over time corresponding to engine wear and deposit formation in the combustion zone. This leads not only to greater concentration of exhaust particulates, but also to a higher percentage that are unburned hydrocarbon, a by-product of oil consumption.

Unlike a new engine, the lubricating oil is a dominant contributor to particulate matter (PM) emissions in aged engines. The obvious strategy to control / reduce hydrocarbon emissions is to reduce oil consumption. This, of course, points to a strategy of reducing abrasion and wear. According to projections by Barris of Donaldson Co. after 12,000 hours of service, an off-road diesel engine can produce nearly six times more exhaust emissions due to wear associated with particles and other causes.

Reference: Jim Fitch 'Clean Oil Reduces Engine Fuel Consumption'

How Does KLAROL Cleans Oil

How Does KLAROL Cleans Oil
  • KLAROL cleans oil in two stages using three different methods.
  •  In the first stage oil enters the KLAROL depth filter to be cleaned by Absorption.
  • All solid contaminants upto five microns are removed in this stage. The oil then passes at a controlled flow rate into the KLAROL evaporation chamber which is heated to ensure a dry airspace. Controlling the flow of oil through KLAROL ensures formation of thin oil film in the evaporation chamber.
  • These conditions are ideal to evaporate moisture, lower oxidized molecules of oil, air & gases from the oil.
  • Purified oil then goes back into the parent tank.
  • The KLAROL depth filter also removes insoluble contamination like sludge, varnish, and particles smaller than a micron by Adsorption i.e. (attracting and trapping the contamination in its filtering medium) when oil is continuously cycled through KLAROL.

Cleaning Benefit

Cleaning Benefit
  • Ensures Super-Clean oil at all times
  • Increases machine life by protecting components like Proportional Valves / Servo Valves,expensive pumps, Hydrostatic bearings etc
  • Ensures better machine operation
  • Ensures more production and better product quality
  • Can increase oil life indefinitely
  • Reduces pollution
  • Economical to use and quick return on investment

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Amit Gupta (Sales & Operations Director)
Plot No. B-226/227, Phase 1, Eldeco, SIDCUL Industrial Park
Sitarganj- 262405, Uttarakhand, India

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