waste tyres to diesel fuel

Waste tyres are a significant environmental concern worldwide, with millions of them discarded every year. One promising solution to this growing problem is to recycle waste tyres into diesel fuel using a specialized production line. This process involves shredding the tires into specifically sized rubber chips and heating the rubber chips in a pyrolysis reactor to break down the rubber and other materials into a liquid oil product. The resulting oil can then be further refined to produce high-quality diesel fuel suitable for use in various industrial and commercial applications.
Our production line consists of a variety of systems including a feeding system, pyrolysis system, cooling system and electric control system. This process is the ideal choice for companies looking to reduce their environmental impact while also creating a valuable commodity. With our technology, companies can turn waste tyres into a profitable business opportunity that benefits both the environment and the economy.

End product – High Economic Value & Multiple Applications

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Pyrolysis Oil
Usage:
1. Be used as fuel
2. Directly used as non-standard diesel
3. Used in cement factory, steel factory, power factory, chemical factory, boiled factory, etc.

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Carbon Black
Usage:
1. Be sold directly;
2. To make fortifiers, fillers, and colorants in the rubber and plastic industry.
3. Get finer carbon black by a grinding machine if you want to sell it at a better price.

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Steel
Usage:
1. Be sold directly;
2. To produce steel bars and rods in the steel-making factory.

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Combustible Gas
Usage:
Used for pyrolysis process heating.

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