Turning rubber and plastic waste into energy.
RENEXUS in collaboration with our international partner have developed our scientifically tested and proven technology pyrolysis plant to recycle used rubber products and plastics into synthetic oil, gas and carbon black without causing the release of harmful toxic chemicals into the environment.
Our pyrolysis plant technology is based on low-temperature pyrolysis, a thermal decomposition of carbonaceous waste without oxygen in a closed cycle.
By using AI and machine learning via iOT data we can trace and track waste generating location thus we are able to identify the affected type of waste, the amount of waste generated and treated.
The Pyrolysis Plant by RENEXUS could be used to recycle various types of rubber products and plastics such as:
- Tires, conveyor belts, etc
All Types of Plastic:
- PET, HDPE, PEHD, PVC, LDPE, PS, PP, PC, etc
PROCESSED MATERIAL AVERAGE OUTPUT, %
TIRES AND RUBBER PRODUCTS:
30-50% synthetic pyrolysis fuel (oil)
15-30% carbon black
0-15% metal cord
DIFFERENT KINDS OF PLASTICS:
50-75% of synthetic pyrolysis fuel (oil)
2-5% carbon black
Advanced Low-Temperature Pyrolysis Process For Production Of Synthetic Fuel From Decomposition Of Carbonaceous Waste (Plastic & Rubber)
Module-type plant for production of synthetic fuel from carbonaceous waste/raw materials by low-temperature pyrolysis method.
Description of The Pyrolysis Process
The plant operation is based on the method of pyrolysis process with no access of oxygen. It is equipped with the cylindrical retort which rotates around the longitudinal axis (rotary furnace principle). Retort is placed in a heat-insulated case and heated by the furnace gas coming from the heating base. Because of constant raw material moving carbon incineration is steady, and carbon residual is being grind by help of metal cord. When heated, the plastic (rubber) polymers are decomposed and as gaseous enter the condensation line, where they are condensed and converted into liquid synthetic oil (own fuel for liquid fuel burners) and the excess gases which are used to heat the retort for the further pyrolysis process.
An effective heat exchanger accelerates decomposition of raw materials.
The released pyrolysis gases are supplied for cooling and for further separation into fractions (asphalt, diesel, petrol).
After the end of the pyrolysis cycle, the reactor is cooled down; carbon black is discharged and packed into big bags. (Metal cord is to be discharged in case of tires incineration).
The pyrolysis cycle is finished!