PCB Dechlorination System
Polychlorinated biphenyls (PCBs) are man-made chemicals that were first synthesized in the 1880s. Generically known as Askarel, they were found to be toxic and their by-products can be fatal. Many countries have a maximum allowable limit of 50 PPM for equipment to be classified as ‘non-PCB’. It is possible to recover low level PCB contaminated oil and restore it to use by essentially reversing the process that created the PCB originally by means of a chemical reaction.