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Solvent Recovery System For Plastic Dying Operation

US Patent:
2008006, Mar 20, 2008
Filed:
Sep 19, 2006
Appl. No.:
11/523315
Inventors:
Edward F. Kaczkowski - Pittsburgh PA,
Daniel E. Jaskiewicz - Dawson PA,
Rick L. Archey - Pleasant Hills PA,
George See - Venetia PA,
Robert A. Pyles - Bethel Park PA,
International Classification:
B01D 11/04
US Classification:
210634, 210691
Abstract:
An apparatus for recovering components of a material system containing dye, water, and solvents such as ethylene glycol monobutyl ether and diethylene glycol is provided. The apparatus comprises in sequence: a first vessel including a cooling device for cooling the material system; a pump; at least one first filter; at least one purifying vessel containing activated carbon; optionally, a second filter; and a second vessel optionally including a probe. Each of the first vessel, purifying vessel, filter housings and baskets, second vessel and interconnecting piping are fabricated of a material which does not absorb dye, such as stainless steel.

Apparatus And Process For Treating An Article To Impart Color And/or Enhance The Properties Of That Article

US Patent:
2008028, Nov 20, 2008
Filed:
May 16, 2007
Appl. No.:
11/803917
Inventors:
Edward F. Kaczkowski - Pittsburgh PA,
Robert A. Pyles - Bethel Park PA,
Daniel E. Jaskiewicz - Dawson PA,
Rick L. Archey - Pleasant Hills PA,
George See - Venetia PA,
Ronald J. Rathi - Pittsburgh PA,
International Classification:
B05D 1/02
B05B 7/00
US Classification:
4274211, 118300, 428543
Abstract:
A process and an apparatus for treating large articles to impart color or performance enhancing additives to the article in which a treatment system which includes: (i) a coloring solution and/or a solution containing at least one performance enhancing additive, (ii) water, and (iii) a solvent such as ethylene glycol monobutyl ether and diethylene glycol is applied to the article. The apparatus is made up of (a) a spray enclosure sized to contain the article(s) to be treated; (b) dispensing means, such as nozzles, which are configured to dispense sequentially, hot solution (i), hot solution (ii) and hot water (iii) directly onto the article surface(s); (c) means for securing and transporting the article to be treated into and out of the spray enclosure (such as a trolley system); and at least three closed vessels capable of delivering enough hot saturated coloring and/or performance enhancing solution, hot dye-free rinse solution and deionized water, respectively, with sufficient pressure to form small droplets from the spray nozzles, to thoroughly cover and rinse articles contained in the enclosure.

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