REDUCE CO2 CONSUMPTION IN THE WORLD
Recoverd Carbon Black is 40% of the end material generated in the continuous pyrolysis process.
RECOVERED CARBON BLACK
FOR RUBBER INDUSTRY
Recovered Carbon Black (rCB) is an excellent filler for rubber mixtures and a replacement for some types of technical carbon black. It consists mainly of the carbon fraction and a mixture of zinc oxide, sulfur, aluminosilicates and silica. There are more and more ways of usage being introduced and new industries express interest in this raw material.
It is increasingly used in the production of asphalt, thanks to it asphalt is more flexible, no holes or cracks are formed in it. At the same time, it can be a raw material for the production of activated carbon or serve as a sorbent for absorbing petroleum derivatives.
Importantly, the carbonizate extracted from existing tires helps to minimize CO2 production in the world, it is due to fact of eliminating the need for technical carbon black production with a standard method which is using petrol oil.
Possible uses of rCB:
- A component of the technical black mix.
- Rubber compound filler.
- Industrial absorbent.
FOR THE FUEL INDUSTRY
Pyrolytic oil is used in many areas of the economy, including processing, energy and construction. Pyrolytic oil fills the gap between light heating oil and natural gas, which is why it is very popular among customers, because it is attractive in price compared to light heating oil and successfully replaces it.
Pyrolytic oil produced using the continuous pyrolysis process can also be an excellent, extremely desirable raw material for the production of gasolines and diesel fuels. In addition, it is a very good source of valuable organic compounds.
Pyrolytic oil can be successfully used for the production of:
- Petrol and diesel fuels.
- Resins, plastics.
- Cleaners and industrial solvents,
VALUABLE MATERIAL RECOVERED FROM TIRES
Pyrolytic oil constitutes 45% of the end material generated in the continuous pyrolysis process.
GENERATES ELECTRICITY AND HEATING
Gas is total 15% of the end material generated during continuous pyrolysis.
GUARANTEES ENERGY AUTONOMY
A very important technological element is the total energy self-sufficiency of the production line - the installation is powered by gas produced during the continuous pyrolysis process. Gas will be also used to minimize the company's environmental impact, enabling the production of its own electricity and providing hot water and heating for employees
With gas production investment generates:
- Own electricity for equipment and infrastructure.
- Hot water for employees.
- Heating of production, social and office buildings.