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Incorrect method of disposal of scrap tyres can cause hazard to our environment .WHY RECYCLE? Only 50% of waste tyre are being recycled worldwide Large quantities of scrap tyres are causing serious environmental issues as regards to their disposal Waste tyres are not bio-degradable and can last 100 years or more if no proper handling is carried out. Illegal dumping or open burning can be seen everywhere.

tyre pile fires have been an even greater environmental problem. Furthermore the manufacture of carbon black from oil refineries further exacerbates the problem with Greenhouse gas emissions.Environmental Hazards As seen in Melbourne Australia in early 2006. . Tyre fires can burn for months. That plume contains toxic chemicals and air pollutants just as toxic chemicals are released into surrounding water supplies by oily runoff from tyre fires. sending up an acid black plume that can be seen miles away.

Currently. the hydrocarbon fuel oils. a liquid (fuel oil). the process of pyrolysis reduces tyres into three byproducts namely: carbon black. . carbon black and steel can be sold and the hydrocarbon gases released through pyrolysis can either be sold or used as fuel at the pyrolysis plant.What is the environ-friendly lucrative economic solution? Making money from recycling tyres Pyrolysis is the process in which organic substances are reduced by subjecting a material to heat in a reduced oxygen environment Regarding scrap tyres. steel wires and some hydrocarbon gases.

Greece. United Arab of Emirates. Current negotiations in New Zealand. Australia. Fiji. Solomon Islands and Indonesia.Is there a commercial manufactured machine available? Our company is the world leader in this pyrolysis technology Our company has manufactured over 20 units and recently the commission of three automatic machines Our company has established export markets in SE Asia. Hong Kong. Taiwan. New Caledonia. West Malaysia and Canada. . East Malaysia.

The production of an unusable residue. This is a mixture of non-recoverable product’s which poses a further disposal problem. . Any recoverable steel has been subjected to high temperature during the process. This method is proven inefficient and not cost effective. turning off the heat and then removing the by-products. tyre pyrolysis was generally accomplished using batch methods. A batch method involves taking small quantities of tyre. lysis in a closed vessel. This must take place with the cooling of the vessel after each batch. the combustible gases were simply flared off. High labour costs incurred in emptying and recharging the vessel Large heat loses. One process cycle may take 12 hours per batch. The main disadvantages of the batch method’s are: The length of the process. wasting a source of energy. The waste of non-condensable gases. In may processes studied. It is suspected that this has an adverse effect on its recyclable quality.Why is our technology unique? Traditional Methodology Historically.

Our system is designed in such a way that hot gases (heat) will continuously re-circulates from process furnace to pyrolysis reactor 1 through reactor 12. catalyst is mixed with scrap tyres. .Our Pyrolysis System In each pyrolysis reactor. and the temperature is controlled to approximately 450 degrees Celsius at normal atmospheric pressure to allow pyrolysis to take place. A layer of thermal insulator is covered throughout the entire system to prevent heat energy losses. It enables heat to be conducted in a more effective way and this is indeed a technological breakthrough in the world of scrap tyre pyrolysis.

total solution in recycling and no pollution Low capital and operational costs Simple and stable operating system. 5. 8. 6. Only periodic checks are required which allows time for other tasks as it functions safely. Worry free investment with a payback period of investment in about 18 months Low maintenance as there is no direct flame used within the reactor chamber The whole system can be delivered and assembled in less than 2 months and each system is provided with a warranty It is a continuous process It provides its own heat energy to power the process Tyres are completely recycled It is a simple process requiring low manning levels . 11. 15. 13. 9. 3.Advantages of our system 1. 14. 12. An average process time per reactor is about 5 hours High quality standard Slag free. The furnace is heated evenly which ensure the safety and the life span of the system Temperature profile can be adjusted easily and readily Energy saving High conversion (high process yield approximately 98% of process yield) High production throughput. 10. 16. 4. 7. 2.

TDF has good potential compared to other fuel source alternatives.20 1.54 6.48 4.2 30.8 N% 0.2 Calorific Value (MJ/kg) 37.05 0.4 The fuel oil produced is compliant with the following standards: Fuel oil grade F-DSTO F-DST1 F-DST2 F-DMT1 F-DMT2 F-DST3 F-DMT3 F-RST3 F-RMT3 F-RMT4 .6 O% 4.4 CI% 0.97 6. Characteristics of Neo-pyrolysis fuel oil compared to Petroleum Oil Chemical composition of Neo-pyrolysis fuel oil compared to typical coal Chemical Tyre derived fuel Typical Coal C% 82.60 1.16 73.1 Ash % 3.8 S% 1.2 Moisture 0. As an energy source. Tyre derived fuel (TDF) TDF is currently the largest single market for waste tyre management.9 H% 7.83 5.FINISHED PRODUCTS Fuel Oil (40%) 70% to 73% diesel 21% to 24% gasoline 4% to 5% bunker oil The oil product generated by our system would be marketed directly to industrial clients.

Non-condensable gases recovered from the neo-pyrolysis process. good tensile and tear properties. Wide range of application in natural rubber and synthetic rubber compound for both tyres and mechanical goods. low heat generation. Used in tyres carcass sidewalls a mechanical goods Carbon Black (35%) The steel content inside tyres range from 6% to 15% of total tyre weight. thereby greatly reducing the running costs. ASTM N330 carbon black grade provides good abrasion resistance with high resilience. It also is used as a pigment in printing inks. ASTM N660 carbon black grade moderately reinforced grade. It improves product durability and overall performance. It can be used as a fuel source for the process furnace. easy processing. Excellent general use purpose bla Provides good reinforcement. paints and plastics. Steel Wire (15%) Hydrocarbon gases (10%) .FINISHED PRODUCTS Carbon black is an essential ingredient in tyres and other mechanical rubber goods. smooth processing to all elastomers.

PRODUCTION CAPACITY With a complete set-up of 12 reactors. our system is capable of recycling/producing: Quantity of scrap tyre recycled Fuel oil produced Carbon black produced Steel wire produced Hydro carbon gas 100 tonnes/day 40 35 15 10 tonnes/day tonnes/day tonnes/day tonnes/day PRODUCT TEST RESULT The finished products are tested Fuel Oil Standard – SH/TO350-1996 Carbon black standard – GB3778-94 N330. N660 For more information please see : click on Wastetyresolution2 Note: Please contact Us for authorization. .

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