It avoids the contamination of the water, consequence of the spilling of oils in the sink and solves the problem of the continuous storage of this waste and then having to take it to the garbage container.
Domestic solution to the daily problem of recycling food oil. Low consumption appliance that transforms used oil into soap.
Based on the industrialization of the traditional-artisan process of making life-long homemade soap. Practical and easy to use. You just have to pour and strain the used oil into the collector-meter to remove the remains of food.
The container incorporates a filter that facilitates this task. After pouring 1/2 liter of used oil, 1/2 lt. of water plus 80 gr. of caustic soda and the Soap Factory will gradually pour in the oil as it is stirring and mixing the soda and water. After 75 minutes the molds are automatically filled and after 48 hours the soaps can be removed from the mold and manually split without the need for blades.
The traditional process involves first straining the oil and then gradually pouring it in while stirring the water with the caustic soda for two hours non-stop. Insecurity: caustic soda should not come into contact with the skin as it is toxic and corrosive. In addition, toxic gases are released.
The Soap Factory facilitates this process by industrializing it taking as reference the washing machines and mixers; take advantage of the heat emitted in the chemical reaction for the design of a sustainable product with low consumption; Provides safety by avoiding contact of soda with the skin.