Clay; More than Just Art! It has been a long time since man began to use clay for folk art and the creation of art objects. All possible images that were originated in the minds of ancient people and continue to appear in modern enlightened minds, can be turned into reality and get their shape with the help of waxy clay. But, imagination and centuries of experience teaches us to have a broader outlook of the world. It is safe to say therefore, Clay is not just for art anymore! At one time, clay was a material generally used only for crockery, amphorae and sculptures. Today however, clay is quite widely used in cosmetology, medicine, household chemicals, industry and a whole host of other uses. It is no longer a secret that the chemical composition of different elements, that originated from the Earth’s interior, has had different affects on their characteristics and abilities. As for clay, its “recipe” is also quite different. Thus, there are many different ways that clay can be used in our modern world. Clay and Industrial Uses Industrial enterprises in various fields are the main consumers of all inventions and innovations connected with chemical and technological transformations. Clay has many components and one of them is known as “Fuller’s Earth.” In the scientific community, it is known as an “adsorbent.” This earthy material mainly consists of a clay mineral that is considered not too waxy. Fuller’s Earth therefore, is used as an adsorbent material that filters and purifies by attracting and holding contaminates on its outer molecular structure. The Fuller’s Earth adsorbent material got its name from the original application in which it was used for the removal of oil from textile materials. Later, Fuller’s Earth became very popular for the filtration of vegetable and mineral oils. Its versatility and flexibility gave the the Fuller’s Earth adsorbent material many advantages in the oil purification industry. “Oil Regeneration” machines, that utilize the Fuller’s Earth adsorbent materials, have become the most efficient and cost effective machines for the recovery of waste industrial oils available in the industry today. One “Fuller’s Earth” regeneration cycle fully restores the oil back to its original characteristics. After the Fuller’s Earth has regenerated and restored the used oil back to like new condition, it can then be reactivated and ready to purify oil again and again. Thus, these machines definitely can be classified as modern industrial “works of art.” So, clay continues to serve man in both form and now function. GlobeCore now offers Oil Regeneration equipment featuring the clay based Fuller’s Earth Adsorbent material that is the best and most cost effective oil purification method in the industry today. The GlobeCore Process not only purifies and regenerates oil and hydraulic fluids utilizing Fuller’s Earth, it reuses the adsorbent materials based upon an automatic adsorbent reactivation system built in to the regeneration equipment. The GlobeCore machines can continuously purify oil without having to change and dispose of the adsorbent materials. This industry leading breakthrough makes the process of regenerating oil products clean, efficient, and most of all, very cost effective. The Environment Loves the GlobeCore Process and you will too! GlobeCore, using Clay for a cleaner environment. Its time to get with the Process. The GlobeCore Process!