Many use oil change services in repair shops, but even more of those who change technical fluids on their own. In addition to the choice of oil, engine and transmission, and how to change it – at the beginning of the season or at the end, there is another burning question. Namely: what to do with detention? Lucky for those who have barrels or canisters for working off in garage cooperatives, which are filled with joint efforts and taken out. In small quantities, not every organization accepts waste oil for free, but in large quantities it is bought back with pleasure. But more on that later.
The owners of stoves-stoves, which heat the garage during mining, are not concerned with where to put the oil, but, on the contrary, where else can they get it? And all because the stoves on the working off are quite gluttonous and during the winter they eat up all the stocks over the past year, both their own and from a couple of neighboring garages.
Well, if you have been accumulating canisters with used oil for a long time, and you do not have stove stoves or specialized barrels, then we will consider options for what to do with canisters, which multiply every season and take up work space.
Where to give detention?
Perhaps someone else remembers how under the USSR the norms for the delivery of mining were established, the materials obtained were liquefied, purified, additives were added to them again and the oil was returned to industry. Now there are no such norms, you have to look for a solution for disposal yourself.
Just pouring out the detention or throwing it into the trash is not just environmentally unfriendly, it is a real crime. In addition, working off can still serve in completely different qualities. If you have nowhere to use the used oil, then it will be accepted at many repair stations, which also collect it, like common barrels in garage cooperatives, sell it and get a pretty penny in the general piggy bank of profitability. Globally, oil manufacturers are embracing refinement to carry out the refining phase and release new lubricants for less demanding applications. There is a persistent opinion that manufacturers are striving to ensure that, after cleaning the mine, they will again receive a complete and high-quality product that can be put into circulation on a par with new, freshly prepared oil.
There are people who buy out mining in order to then sell it to the manufacturer on a large scale at a higher price, or buy it for their own needs.
If you merge mining, then in case of sale, it is better to separate it by type, and not mix it up. Try not to pour antifreeze in there.
Technical enterprises and even livestock farms take working off for a sweet soul, in order to use it in everyday life, to lubricate less capricious working equipment, to lubricate chains, to feed two-stroke engines, who is good at what.
So, if you give something:
Furnace owners working on mining
In farms for servicing working equipment and other household needs
The use of working off in everyday life
In fact, the oven is in the top and here and there. Both mineral oil and synthetic oil are burned with equal success. Someone thinks that it smokes a lot during combustion, but with the correct setting of the boost, the working off burns out in such a way that only a transparent warm stream is visible from the pipe. An example of a device of a similar oven in the photo. In this case, the designs may be different.
Working off can replace the kindling for fires or baths. Someone oil the logs to burn better, and then use the dried ones to generate more heat. Some craftsmen make whole briquettes for stoves from pressed sawdust impregnated with mining.
Those who have a working technique, such as a chainsaw, independently filter the working off from other litter and use it to lubricate the chain. Little things like door hinges, preserving padlocks and maintaining bicycles for the entire neighborhood are an obvious solution, just not freeing the garage from used oil depots.
Experienced summer residents will not let goodness go to waste, they oil the boards and pillars (several times to soak them well), which are often exposed to moisture or even buried in the ground. This is done to protect them from moisture and harmful insects. They do the same with garage boards, they are processed from the bottom side, which will lie on the ground. Formwork, boards at the base of greenhouses or outbuildings … the main thing is that the building is not residential and does not have contact with an open fire or even a spark, because mining will make the building flammable.
If you are a jack of all trades, then for waterproofing joints in installation and roofing works, they dilute with working off bitumen.
What else? They are also used as an alternative for hardening metals, or rather, bluing with waste oil. The result is a dark color. This trick is used not only to harden bolts, nuts and covers, but also as a tuning.
In fact, there are a huge number of application options for working out, each has its own. Motorists handle the sills and the underside of the car, for example.
Whichever method you choose, the main thing is not to pour the oil on the ground. As a last resort, there is always someone on free classified sites to buy or take away your oil wealth.