Cielo back online after upgrades

January 27, 2021 |

In Canada, Cielo and its contractors have completed the installation of the newly engineered proprietary cooling equipment at its waste-to-renewable fuel facility in Aldersyde, Alberta and are extremely pleased with the results. The waste process coming out of the reactor tower is at approximately 365 degrees Celsius and is then reduced to less than 20 degrees Celsius in less than 11 minutes. This equipment has eliminated the need for Cielo’s operators to shut down the production of distillate for 6 hours after every 18 hours and will allow Cielo to reach its goal for continuous flow of production. 

Cielo is now working with a third-party engineering team to fine tune the temperatures and mass balance in order to achieve the Cielo’s 24,000 liters per day (1,000lph) output goal.  The complex process is expected to benefit the Aldersyde Facility and all future facilities, including the previously announced joint venture facilities to be built, with the intention of maximizing quality, output and profit.   

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