2016.9.24 -- The people on the left in the photo is our customer from Aruba. He has been looking for waste tire to fuel oil recycling pyrolysis plant since the year 2011. Then he discovered our company when he surfing the internet through Google. He contacted with us for waste tire to fuel oil recycling pyrolysis plant in October 2013 and placed his order in April 2014 for one set latest capacity 10Ton waste tire to fuel oil pyrolysis plant.
Waste tire to fuel oil recycling pyrolysis plant
Jamal is the third waste tire to fuel oil recycling pyrolysis plant customer of us in the Caribbean area after our customers from Haiti and Jamaica, but he is the first one who placed the order without visiting China to check our factory and our waste tire to fuel oil recycling pyrolysis plant. The photo is taken in one hotel of Mexico in February 2014 when our boss John flied to visit Mexico 10sets project as customer victor’s invitation. In fact, Jamal was going to visit us in February, but finally he canceled his China visit and chose to visit our boss in Mexico.
His waste tire to fuel oil recycling pyrolysis plant was Installed in August 2014 and running well since then.
What can we get from waste tires after processing by DOING waste tire to fuel oil recycling pyrolysis plant?
Fuel Oil (45% to 52%)
Fuel oil application
Carbon Black (30%)
Carbon black application
The second product of waste tire to fuel oil recycling pyrolysis plant is carbon black. The quantity of carbon black is about 30% to 35% according to tyre quality. The use of carbon black is as a chemical strengthener in rubber and coloring agent in pigment industries. This carbon black price is very competitive compared to petroleum carbon black, so our pyrolysis carbon black is good option in stead of petroleum carbon black.
Steel Wire Scrape(12% to 15%)
The third product of waste tire to fuel oil recycling pyrolysis plant is steel wire, the quantity of steel wire is about 10% to 15% according to tyre quality. It is very easy to sell steel wire scrape in local market.
Pyrolytic Gases (About 10%)
We get about 10% pyrolytic gases during pyrolysis process. The main component of this gases are methane (CH4), so we can not condense and store this gases. We use this gases to heat the reactor and we can use exceed gases for other heating application.
Contact: Ms Bonnie
Phone: +86-371-5677 1821