The coke obtained in the Pyrum thermolysis process can be used in unground form, with a grain size of up to 4 mm, as a soil conditioner, substitute fuel or filler. Further processing in a grinding plant enables Pyrum to produce high-quality recovered Carbon Black (rCB), an increasingly sought-after raw material in the tyre industry for the production of sustainable new tyres.
Pyrum’s recovered Carbon Black (rCB) can be supplied in ground form in sizes from 7–36 µm. The reuse of carbon black in the production of new tyres helps to reduce their carbon footprint by almost 80 percent. This is why well-known tyre manufacturers are aiming to increase their use of rCB in the future.
Pyrum recovered Carbon Black (rCB) is a pelletised, high-quality material produced by the thermolysis of used tyres in a patented, continuously operating system. It can serve as a cost-effective and environmentally friendly replacement for conventional carbon blacks in rubber, pigment and plastic applications.