|Titel||Study of the effect of antioxidants based on vegetable oils on the regeneration of used lubricants|
|Autor||Soukayna Zzeyani, Ghizlane Fekkar, Mohammed Aiboudi, Mohammed Mikou, Jamal Naja, Lahboud Bouyazza|
|Infos zum Autor||S. Zzeyani* (1-2), G. Fekkar (2), M. Aiboudi (2), M. Mikou (1), J. Naja (2), L. Bouyazza (2)
1: Laboratoire d’Analyse des Systèmes et de Traitement de l’Information, Equipe: Spectroscopie et Dosimétrie, Hassan 1st University Faculty of Sciences and Technology PO Box 577 Settat/Morocco
2: Laboratory of Applied Chemistry and Environment. Hassan 1st University Faculty of Sciences and Technology PO Box 577 Settat/Morocco
A method of extraction with an extract of vegetable oils based on Chamaerops Humilis L (EGE) was used to treat the highly degraded lubricating oil. Defusing was used to improve the treatment process. The extraction process using stabilized condensate has demonstrated characteristics that make it competitive with existing waste oil treatment technologies. This work was devoted to analyzing the effect of vegetable oil EGE on the regeneration of highly degraded lubricating oils using spectroscopic techniques such as electron paramagnetic resonance (EPR), Fourier transforms infrared spectroscopy(FTIR) and physico chemicals to test the effect of this extract on Basic properties of lubricating oils. The process reduces the free radical content of the treated lubricating oil to 56% (w / w), the physico-chemical properties to 93%. The treated waste oil can be recycled as the basic lubricating oil.