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Why Waste Tyre Recycling Pyrolysis Plant?


Background and Significance of the Tyre Pyrolysis Project Development Report-


On one hand, with the moderation of the society, rubber industry develops at a rapid speed, rubber manufactures are widely used in many field of life, on the other hand, the pollutant of rubber, increasing for its difficulty in decomposing, which was called “Black Contamination”, has became a big threat to the environment and get increasingly serious. Compared to the developed countries, we are still lack of experiences in treating the pollution the capital and market are also big problems.


Nowadays, the output of our tire is more than 1.3 billion in India, the third all over the world. The scrap tires for each year are 65 million, and increase steadily year by year. So to set up a pyrolysis plant factory in each town, which could extract carbon black powder and tire oil (pyrolysis oil) from 65-million scrap tire, it is easy to find the raw material.


Raw Material Market-


Since along with world economics progressing by leaps and bounds, the petroleum scarce tendency has grown day by day, enters for the 90's, the energy has become the primary factor that restricts various countries economy development, As the research speaking, the petroleum on global land will be exhausted within 15 years. Seeking the new energy has become the various countries’ matter of concern.

In India, we have massive land, large population. With the rapid development of Market Economic, vehicle and machine become more and more popular, the requirement of oil market unceasing grows, our country have become petroleum-import country from petroleum-export country.


Pyrolysis Plant Finished Products Market- 


Pyrolysis plants provide a alernate petroleum product which can be used as a substitute to industrial fuel. Thus pyrolysis plants are very effective & appropriate way that recycle tyres & extract valuable streams of industrial fuel which has a great demand in the market. 

To understand tyre pyrolysis as a new business opportunity & its scope in India one need to analysis the growth of modern Automobile Industry in India & Tyre Manufacturing Industry in India. This gives a clear idea regarding raw material availibity in India.  

Main reasons to set-up pyrolysis plant process-


1. Indian automobile industry & tyre manufacturing companies has reported high growth in recent past & is growing year by year. As a result of that there is drastic growth  reported in the generation of scrap tyres in recent past & will grow every year as per current survey of Tyre Asscoiation of India. As a result raw material, tyres are available in plenty.


2. Pyrolysis Plant finished product pyrolysis oil is in great demand in the market which is consumed & used by number industries as a burning fuel. Pyrolysis Oil cost is cheaper than furnace oil & light deisel oil as per India oil market hence can be used as its substitute according to the various applications.


3. High raw material availiabity & high market demand of pyrolysis plant finished products makes this business opportunity highly profitable & give return on investment within 1 year. 


Pyrolysis Plant Process Technology

Pyrolysis Process is a thermochemical decomposition of organic material at elevated temperatures in the absence of oxygen. Pyrolysis typically occurs under pressure and at operating temperatures about 430 °C (800 °F).

Pyrolysis is a special case of thermolysis, and is most commonly used for organic materials, being, therefore, one of the processes involved in charring.

In general, pyrolysis of organic substances produces gas and liquid products and leaves a solid residue richer in carbon content. Extreme pyrolysis, which leaves mostly carbon as the residue, is called carbonization.

The process is used heavily in the chemical industry, for example, to produce charcoal, activated carbon, methanol, and other chemicals from wood, to convert ethylene dichloride into vinyl chloride to make PVC, to produce coke from coal, to convert biomass into syngas, to turn waste into safely disposable substances, and for transforming medium-weight hydrocarbons from oil into lighter ones like gasoline.

These specialized uses of pyrolysis may be called various names, such as dry distillation, destructive distillation, or cracking.