2013 New-technology waste tyre to oil recycling plant with huayin brand

Waste tyre to oil equipment:

    In India, waste tyre and waste plastic can be found everywhere around our daily lives, so now the waste tyre to oil plant is very popular there. It is widely used for recycling wastes to energy. The raw materials can be waste tires/tyres, plastics and rubber. Among different kinds of raw materials, the oil yiled are also varied, this passage will give you the detailed information to help you choose the most suitable equipment.

Different raw materials have different oil yield:

Raw materials Oil yield
PE 95%
PP 90%
PS 90%
ABS 40%
Residue of paper 15-20%(Wet),  60%(dry)
House garbage 35-50%
Plastic cable 80%
Plastic bag 50%
Submarine cable 75%
Rubber cable 35%
Sole 30%
Big tyre 45-50%
Small tyre 35-40%
PVC Not suitable
PET Not suitable

Waste tyre to oil recycling process:

    At the very first, put raw materials into reactor with auto-feeder, heat the reactor with fuel materials like coal, wood, natural gas or oil. Do not stop heating the reactor, when the temperature reaches nearly 250℃, waste tyre will be transferred to oil gas. Second, the liquid oil will be cooled by condenser from oil gas and then collected by oil tank. Third, the exhaust gas which can’t be cooled in normal pressure will be recycled to heat the reactor. In this way, you can not only saving energy, but also protecting environment. Fourth, smoke produced by processing the tyres/plastics can achieve national emission standard through dual desulfurization and dusting removal device. Fifth, after you get oil, the temperature will be low, at this time, carbon black will be discharged automatically. Last, when the temperature falls to 100 degree Celsius, worker could put steel wire hook to reactor to take steel wire out. After all these steps, you can start another batch.

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