Transformer Oil Recycling

Aevitas provides industrial, commercial and institutional organizations across Canada transformer oil recycling services. We drain small or large quantities of transformer oil which our fleet of transformer oil tankers and trucks safely transport to one of our Ministry of the Environment (MOE) certified environmental services facilities. There, transformer oil is rendered to eradicate all PCB content and other contaminants, then converted for reuse or resale. We use a portable "spill containment berm" which enables transformer oil to be securely contained in our transportation service vehicles, and ensures complete protection in the event of a rupture or emergency spill. For clients with transformer oil storage issues, we also own and operate a concrete contained, 700,000 litre capacity, geosynthetic membrane transformer oil tank farm for long or short-term transformer oil storage.

We can fill your transformer with new silicone fluid, paraffinic or naphthenic based transformer oil, or our MODEF 60 type I or type II mineral insulating transformer oils. Our MODEF 60 type I mineral insulating transformer oil is a recycled, napthenic based transformer oil that meets existing ASTM quality standards. Similarly, our MODEF 60 type II "supercharged" inhibited mineral insulating transformer oil can be added to existing transformer oil to halt the oxidation process that naturally occurs within transformers over time. Both variations of our MODEF 60 mineral insulating transformer oil are available in totes, drums or pails. For technical data on our MODEF60 mineral insulating transformer oils, please visit:

Our company is also capable of providing silicone fluid level top ups for existing silicone filled transformers. For more information on our silicone transformer fluid, please visit SDS silicone fluid. To further explore our transformer oil recycling services, our other recycling services, or our industrial hazardous waste services, please our team of recycling specialists.

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