Thermolysis is the thermal dismantling of organic substances (respectively rubber and plastic wastes) under oxygen shortage. During this process, waste is transformed into oil, gas, and coke.
The plant is practically energy independent. Solely the start of the machine requires energy from external sources. Thereafter, a self-sufficient cycle makes it possible to create, among other products, the energy necessary to run the machine. In some cases, an energy surplus is produced (electricity or heat).
Following types of waste/products can be recycled:
The following products can be generated: Rubber flour, soot, coke, activated charcoal, oil, gas (similar to natural gas), electricity and warmth.
In the future, a substantial meaning will be given to the recycling of rubber and plastic wastes, even more if expensive products and energy can be created by this process. This project combines economic and ecological requirements of a waste management concept with low investment and operating costs, while recovering raw materials and fossil fuels substitutes.
Our thermolysis process has different steps:
Creation of energy for the whole process:
During the improvement of the intermediate products: Heat, themolysis oil and coke, it is possible to obtain other products. These are, for example:
The high profitability of this process will help to solve in an easily manner most of the environmental and recycling issues of the industrialized countries. Investing in thermolysis is an opportunity that offers high yields.
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