De Fuel is an innovative method of plastic material transformation by way of a thermo-catalytic de-polymerisation process allowing to derive fuel oil at low costs. Using packaging, manufacturing waste and urban waste as raw material, the system extracts paraffin-based fuel oil with optimal yield, equal to one litre of fuel for every kilogram of plastic processed by the system.
The raw material feeding the De Fuel system consists of plastic material mostly derived from the following:
Polyethylene (HDPE e LDPE)
The fuel obtained by a De Fuel system features a Lower Calorific Value (LCV) higher than 40,000 kJ/kg, it is sulphur-free and ready to produce electrical and/or thermal power.