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Apr. 21, 2011 6:54 AM ET
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Catalytic Converter RecyclingHow to Recycle Platinum Palladium and Rhodium From Catalytic Converter




The ceramic part cut away from the exhaust using hydrolic scissors is grinded in a ball mill.
The oil which is left unburnt on the ceramic of catalytic converter is broiled. 
It is put into the leach tank in 50kg parties. Chloric acid is given to the tank. It is fed with a mixture of  pressured hot air and chlor gas. It is subjected to reaction for minimum 6 hours. 

50gr is taken from the ceramic in catalytic converter, which is now free of platinium and palladium, and it is subjected to rhoidum test.
For larger capacities in catalytic converter recycling, we recommended using more leach tanks again with 50kg capacities.

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