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RECYCLING PLANTS FOR SALE

: Shortcut url: http://tinyurl.com/AGHRecycling

: Mention "PES" as having referred you, for a 2% discount on the plants. By mentioning PES, you can also get up to 50% financing. The only stipulation for licensing is you have to buy at least one plant.

Compiled by Congress:Founder:Sterling D. Allan

Pure Energy Systems News

August 7, 2015

Recently, I was contacted by Artashes G. Harutyunyan from Armenia, who presently lives in Shanhai, China, where he is manufacturing several varieties of waste-to-oil plants as well as a biomass-to-coal-equivalent plants. A variation of this is his plant that can turn waste oil, such as from mud or sand, into clean oil.

He contacted me to let me know that it was our PESWiki website that got him started all those years ago.

I did an There was an error working with the wiki: Code[1] with him yesterday, and could quickly see that this is something I'd like to feature and sell. The cost of his plants is about ten times cheaper than the nearest competitor, and the oil that they produce is so high quality that the only way you can tell it is synthetic is by chemical analysis. The plants don't produce any emissions or pollution.

The return on investment for purchasing a plant is between 6 and 12 months, max -- very quick. And that is with selling the oil at 10 times less than what it typically costs commercially along with the Liquid Synthetic Gas (LPG equivalent) and the carbon ash.

His biomass-to-coal plant can turn any biomass that is pieces smaller than 2 cm2 into a coal equivalent. Imagine the market for that -- everywhere from homes to coal power plants. And your feedstock could be waste farm products: corn husks, rice husks, walnut shells, etc. Or you could grow There was an error working with the wiki: Code[2], and turn them into coal. But first, there are plenty of waste streams that could provide more than enough feedstock for years to come.

Here is an entrepreneurial opportunity for you guys. This is a winner. No laws of physics are being broken here.

In the midst of getting beat up so much, it's always nice to get emails like this one

(posted with permission, and slightly edited).

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: From: Artashes G. Harutyunyan

: To: sterlingda

: Sent: Monday, August 03, 2015

: Subject: Sterling's PESN influence on my life and business

: Dear Sterling,

: I have been following your site for many years. ...

: Back in 2009, I saw this article about a company (don’t even remember the name Directory:NewEarth ECO Clean "Coal") that was producing Clean bio-coal. I got in touch with Mr. Ahava Amen. Unfortunately, or not, his system was way too expensive for us. But [this] ignited the need for research and development.

: After several years of drawing, welding, and burning stuff, we finally came up with a batch and a continuous pyrolysis system that is using our homemade catalyst, to make not only a clean coal but also a very clean oil from tires and plastics.

: During the last 2 years, 14 factories of tire pyrolysis were shut down in [the] Philippines, as they were very dirty and making more air pollution than cleaning it.

: Last year we were the only company to get a license to build a new pyrolysis plant there. See the video links below. The quality of the oil is so good that in Indonesia they didn’t believe it was made from tires. Only the lab tests proved that it was a synthetic oil.

: Now we are working on a project with [the] Chinese government to clean the oil sands in the Gobi desert. The oil spills during last [the] 10 years are collected, and they don’t have a clean and profitable way to cleanse it.

: At the same time we found a plasma torch manufacturer that developed the technologies and is looking for a technology partner to make waste recycling equipment with it.

: As you can see, lots of things are going on and I have to say it all started from PESWiki.com

: So thank you and your team for your dedicated work. And yes, once in a while you get a guy with funny intentions but there are more people [who are] inspired and benefit from your work.

: Video links There was an error working with the wiki: Code[3]

: Thanks again,

: Artashes G Harutyunyan

: There was an error working with the wiki: Code[4] posted below

Official Websites

http://AGHRecycling.com - AGH industrial recycling Co. Ltd is the distributor

http://www.jinbiaoenvironmental.com (will be updated in a month) - Jinbiao Environmental equipment manufacturing Co. Ltd is the manufacturer

How it Works

The incoming waste stream is mechanically voided of air, to prevent fires. It goes through a series of three pyrolysis processes, in the presence of a catalyst, which breaks down the larger chain molecules to smaller molecules, so -- after cooling -- the oil that comes out is very light, in the range of 0.7 to 0.8. It's a mixture of gasoline and diesel. They don't separate it, but let the buyers do that, if they want to. The buyers of the fuel like it because the price is 1/10 of what they can get elsewhere. The volume is not that much, so this isn't going to be replacing crude oil sources any time soon.

There is also a gas that comes off, which is cooled and liquefied to LSG (liquefied synthetic gas), which is just like LPG.

There is also a carbon ash that comes off.

The plant produces no pollution, no emissions, and no aromatics. It is very clean.

It can turn:

Used Tires, Plastics, Oil Mud and Oil Sand into oil

A different plant they've developed turns:

Any biomass, e.g. wood, into coal

Videos

Interview with Artashes G Harutyunyan

by http://FreeEnergyNow.net

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(YouTube / PES Network August 7, 2015)

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Continuous Pyrolysis Equipment

by http://AGHRecycling.com

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(YouTube)

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Continuous Pyrolysis of Plastic

by http://www.jinbiaoenvironmental.com

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(YouTube)

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AGH Tire pyrolysis unit (drone view)

by http://AGHRecycling.com

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(YouTube)

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AGH Continuous Biomass-to-Carbon (Coal Equivalent) Plant

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(YouTube June 23, 2014)

Download Sterling's brief mp3 interview (2.5 Mb) with Artashes about this system. It was built in their manufacturing facility for a customer. The customer will have a collection place for the coal coming out, where an auger can take it to a pile. On the input side, the chains will be covered, not exposed. And the incoming biomass going to the top of the system will be covered so it won't blow around. He said they have sold three of these so far.

Products

Plants are manufactured in Shanghai, tested, then disassembled and shipped to the customer.

The following information is derived in part from http://www.aghrecycling.com/equipment.html

Alpha (Plastic & Rubber) Continuous Plants
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See: http://www.aghrecycling.com/alpha.html

The ALPHA unit is a continuous recycling system, designed to convert waste plastic and rubber to liquid fuel (gasoline & diesel), synthetic liquid gas (SLG, equivalent to LPG) and carbon black. It comes in 10 ton/day manufacturing capacity. It requires only 1 person to operate and makes no secondary pollution. It is 100% environmentally clean and friendly.

Technical Data

• Production: 10T/24 hours

• Pyro-Reactor: x 4

• Installation Size: L30m x W10m x H6m

• Required Op. Power: 200kw/h

• Required Max. Power: 300kw/h (30 minutes only)

• Water Consumption: 0.05m³/month

• Working Pressure: Atmospheric

• Installation type : Flat ground

• Noise dB (A): ?85

• Operating System: Automatic

• Work type: Continues Type

• Operating Staff: 2

10 ton/day system cost: $1.2 million USD

20 ton/day system cost: $1.5 million USD

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Beta (Waste Oil) Continuous Plant
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See: http://www.aghrecycling.com/beta.html

The BETA unit is a continuous recycling system designed to convert waste oil, oil mud and other liquid synthetic wastes to liquid fuel (gasoline & diesel) and synthetic liquid gas. It comes in 10t/day and 20t/day manufacturing capacities.

Technical Data

• Production: 20T/24 hours

• Pyro-Reactor: x 4

• Installation Size: L30m x W10m x H6m

• Required Op. Power: 200kw/h

• Required Max. Power: 300kw/h (30 minutes only)

• Water Consumption: 0.05m³/month

• Working Pressure: Atmospheric

• Installation type : Flat ground

• Noise dB (A): ?85

• Operating System: Automatic

• Work type: Continues Type

• Operating Staff: 2

10 ton/day system cost: $1.1 million USD

20 ton/day system cost: $1.5 million USD

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AGH10-B Batch Waste-to-Oil Plant
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See: http://www.aghrecycling.com/10t_batch.html

The AGH10-B unit is a BATCH recycling system designed to convert waste plastic and rubber to heating oil and carbon black. It has 10t/day recycling capacity. It requires 4 people to operate and makes no secondary pollution. The batch units are more labor intensive than the continuous units and they make only 1 type of fuel (heating oil).

Technical Data

• Production: 10T/Day

• Reactor Volume: 35m³ x 1

• Installation Size: L30m x W20m x H7m

• Required Op. Power: 15kw/h

• Required Max. Power: 35kw/h

• Water Consumption: 0.2m³/day

• Working Pressure: Atmospheric

• Installation type : Foundation

• Noise dB (A): ?85

• Operating System: Semi Automatic

• Work type: Batch Type

• Operating Staff: 4

It costs $450 USD

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AGH20-B Batch Waste-to-Oil Plant
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See: http://www.aghrecycling.com/20t_batch.html

[Is basically two of the AGH10 systems]

The AGH20-B unit is a BATCH recycling system designed to convert waste plastic and rubber to heating oil and carbon black. It has 20t/day recycling capacity. It requires 6-8 people to operate and makes no secondary pollution. The batch units are more labor intensive than the continuous units, and they make only 1 type of fuel (heating oil).

Technical Data

• Production: 20T/Day

• Reactor Volume: 35m³ x 2

• Installation Size: L30m x W20m x H7m

• Required Op. Power: 25kw/h

• Required Max. Power: 45kw/h

• Water Consumption: 0.2m³/day

• Working Pressure: Atmospheric

• Installation type: Foundation

• Noise dB (A): ?85

• Operating System: Semi Automatic

• Work type: Batch Type

• Operating Staff: 6-8

It costs $750-850k USD depending on heating system, gas storages and on.

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Torrification / Biomass-to-Coal-equivalent Plant
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I would think the biomass-to-coal plant would be a bestseller. A product most anyone could use, from households to coal power plants. No further processing required.

It can process ANY biomass that is chopped to the size of less than 1cm2.

Size: L20 x W15 x H5 meters

Feedstock: any biomass chopped to the size of less than 1cm2. The harder the material, the higher the BTU output. The typical BTU of the coal, depending on feedstock, is about 4500 to 6000 / kg.

Coal production rate, about 1 ton/hour, ~24 ton/day depending on feedstock type

No water consumption

Required Op. Power: 30 kw/h

Required Max. Power: 60 kw/h

Noise dB (A): ?85

Operating System: Semi Automatic

Work type: Continuous, except for interruption about every 10 to 12 hours for 30 to 40 minutes for loading the wood in gassifier to provide heat for the system.

Operating Staff: 2-3, not including feedstock preparation

Price: $300k USD.

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Additional Equipment and Accessories

"AGH provides all kind of shredders, palletizers, power generation units, oil filters, conveyors, loaders and other accessories to its customers. All individual equipment and machinery is designed and scaled to fit our waste to oil continues pyrolysis systems. "

Independent Testing

They have SGS test results on all the oils produced from their system.

Downloads:

SGS-rep-on-burned-pyro-gases.pdf (600kb)

SGS-Tire-Oil-Eng.jpg (1.2 Mb)

SGS-PLastic-Oil-Eng.jpg (1.2 Mb)

Patents

Not to be disclosed yet.

The primary component is the catalyst, which is protected as a trade secret and won't be disclosed in patents.

Profiles

Artashes G. Harutyunyan

"Artash" is from Armenia. He went to China 20 years ago, in 1995, to attend a university. After graduation, he got his first job and got married. He has worked in manufacturing, industrial equipment, power tools. Now he is involved in these waste system technologies that he has been developing along with a team who has joined him. He is one of two lead engineers.

Jinbiao Environmental Equipment Manufacturing Co. Ltd.

Is the manufacturer of these plants

Artashes is the vice General Manager

AGH Industrial Recycling Co. Ltd

Is the distributor of these plants

Artashes is CEO

In the News

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Latest / Best Exotic Free Energy Technolgies For Sale: Directory:Waste to Energy > FOR SALE: Directory: Jinbiao Environmental & AGH Recycling's Waste-to-Oil and Biomass-to-Coal Pyrolysis Systems - Artashes G. Harutyunyan of Armenia, now in Shanhai with a team, has several plant varieties to choose from: tires-and-plastics-to-oil waste-oil (e.g. from mud & sand) to oil -- available in batch or continuous processing and biomass-to-coal-equivalent, continuous. Plants run cleanly, with no pollution. (PESWiki August 7, 2015)

Contact

Artashes G Harutyunyan

Mob: +86 18621002956

Skype: Artash_sh

Email: [mailto:agh.contact01@gmail.com?subject=AGH%20Recycling%20featured%20at%20PESWiki.com agh.contact01@gmail.com]

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