Catalytec News

CATALYTEC'S PHASE ONE EQUIPMENT IN CONTINUOUS PRODUCTION MODE

Friday, January 30, 2015

With Alcoa having finished their feedstock delivery line Catalytec is now able to run their Phase One separation equipment. Strong efforts have been made to establish a reliable and continuous production of oil free from water and solids. Catalytec now aims at shipping one truck of oil per week to their customers and gains revenue with the Alcoa project.

 

Right now Catalytec is designing the Phase Two CFC 300L system for Alcoa. In 2015 this equipment will start to convert Phase One product into a higher grade fuel.

CATALYTEC PHASE ONE AT ALCOA WARRICK OPERATIONS BEGINS PRODUCTION

Monday, November 17, 2014

Catalytec's Phase One preprocessing is an essential subsystem that separates and removes oil, water, aluminum, and other inorganic particulate in Alcoa's oily waste water in preparation for introduction as a feedstock for the CFC 300L System. Phase One is expected to generate interim revenues for Catalytec from the sale of this oil until the full CFC 300L System is launched in Phase Two. The full CFC 300L System is expected to convert approximately 626,000 gallons of this oil into a straight fuel for sales to refineries, distributors and end users in 2015.

CATALYTEC SIGNS AGREEMENT WITH ALCOA INC.

Tuesday, December 10, 2013

Catalytec’s Revolutionary CFC 300 ™ Catalytic Fractional Conversion System is to be tested at Alcoa’s Warrick Operations in Evansville, Indiana for Catalytic Conversion of Alcoa’s organic waste materials into fuel oil under a definitive agreement recently entered into between Catalytec and Alcoa.

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CATALYTEC ANNOUNCES ARRIVAL OF IT'S CFC SYSTEM™ PHASE 1 EQUIPMENT AT ALCOA

Friday, June 27, 2014

Catalytec’s waste oil pre-treatment filtration sub-assembly component, that is part of our 300 liters/hour CFC System™, was successfully delivered to Alcoa Inc. at it's Warrick Operations near Evansville, Indiana on June 23, 2014.     

The pre-treatment sub-assembly component removes water and solids from Alcoa's waste streams so the resultant feedstock can be converted by our CFC System™ to a straight fuel oil.

 

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