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Tyre Pyrolysis Oil (TPO)

The main oil product produced by pyrolysis technology is the fuel oil that is widely used for industrial and commercial purposes

Several studies have reported that the yield of oil from the pyrolysis of tyres reached a maximum at 475°C at 58.2 wt. % and that the yield of oil decreased with increasing temperature

Steel Scrap

Waste tyre pyrolysis can also generate scrap steel wire due to the fact that steel wires can be used as reinforcement agent for tyre

Tyres contain steel wires and the amount ranges from 10%-15% of the total tyre weight

Steel present in the tyre can be detached after the pyrolysis recycling process is completed

Carbon Black

Carbon black is non-pyrolyzable material, thus, remains as residue after the tyre pyrolysis process

It takes up around 30% of the original tyre mass and is used for strengthening the tyre rubber and aid abrasion resistance of tyre

Carbon Black as a substitute of industrial grade carbon black which is more economical compared to carbon black produced primarily from petroleum and is more price-efficient

The Need For Tyre Waste Pyrolysis – An Overview

Around the world, over 13.5 million tons of scrap tyres are produced every year

Huge quantity of waste tyres presently produced in the world will certainly increase in the future as the associated automotive industries grow

Disposal of scrap tyres has become a serious environmental problem as accumulation of discarded waste tyres leads to environmental pollution

A large fraction of the scrap tyres is simply dumped in sites where they represent hazards such as diseases and accidental fires

Impact of waste rubber on the environment can be minimized by recycling with material or energy recovery but during processing and moulding, rubber materials are crosslinked, and therefore they cannot be simply again softened and remoulded by heating

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