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Waste Tyre (tire) Utilization - Manufacturing Plant, Detailed Project Report, Profile, Business Plan, Industry Trends, Market Research, Survey, Manufacturing Process, Machinery, Raw Materials, Feasibility Study, Investment Opportunities, Cost And Revenue

PRODUCT PROFILE Waste tyre (tire) accumulations have become an increasingly important problem in recent years . Waste tyre has been classified or defined as tyres (tire) that are bald and worn down to the tread belt or have bulges or side wall damage and are not suitable to re treaded as a result of long use. Waste tyres (tire) are bulky and difficult to dispose. With the tyre (tire) manufacturing industry expanding which is driven by the auto market boom, plenty of scrap tyres (tire) are being generated. Since the price of natural rubber remains high, taking full advantage of waste rubber resources would be of great significance and provide excellent investment opportunities. Pyrolysis: Process flow for recycling tyre (tire)s Pyrolysis has the potential of transforming used tyre (tire) into useful recyclable products. Pyrolytic carbon black is one of the most important products of tyre (tire) pyrolysis. For pyrolysis about 10 g of waste tyre (tire) rubber particles were put into a batch reactor of glass tube. The reactor was heated from room temperature to a final temperature of 280, 300, 350, 400, 450 and 500oC for 2 h. The initial gas atmosphere in the reactor consisted of air. Upon heating, however, decomposition of the tyre (tire) sample started. The gases released by these reactions gradually replaced the air in the reactor. The gaseous products passed through a trap, where the liquid hydrocarbon was collected. Liquid and solid (carbon black) pyrolysis yields were determined in each experiment by weighing the amount of each obtained and calculating the corresponding percentage. The gas yields were determined by difference. Output products derived from scrap tyre (tire) Pyrolysis may be an environmentally friendly process to transform used tyre (tire) into useful products. This process transforms used tyre (tire) into gas, oil and pyrolytic carbon black. The derived oils may be used directly as fuel or added to petroleum refinery feedstock. • They may also be an important source of refined chemicals. • The gaseous products are also useful as fuel, and the carbon black may be used as reinforcing filler in rubber, especially in tyre (tire), or as activated carbon because of its high carbon content. • Activated carbon is widely used for water purification, air purification and also in batteries and fuel cells. The main purpose of the present work was to prepare activated carbon from waste tyre (tire), which are suitable for adsorbing relatively large molecules. The adsorption characteristics of the obtained carbon were investigated after acid treatment and activation for organic molecules like methylene blue. • Tyre (tire) contain steel wires and the amount ranges from 10% to 15% of the total tyre (tire) weight. All of the steel present in the tyre (tire) can be detached after the pyrolysis recycling process is completed. Valuable steel wires are pressed and sold to steel and scrap dealers. • Waste rubber are used in designing the surface of floor to creates ground surface that tough, weather resistance, water and heat proof. Rubber flooring is suitable for indoors and outdoors facilities such as halls floor and playground surfaces material and sports track. • Most of the recycled tyres (tire) are used as material, i.e. they are crushed and granulated for earth construction purposes. Waste tyres (tire) are used in various other applications such as floor carpet, sport field tracks, rubber turf, mats, drainage systems, shoe sole making, wheel burrow wheels, knee caps of mines, reclaimed rubber to replace virgin rubber in new tyre (tire) making, buffer rubber to retreat tyres (tire). GLOBAL SCENARIO: The market for waste tires has grown in the past decade, and it is growing. The tires motorists drive on today can be shredded and used as fuel, burned to make fuel oil or pulverized into bits for fill in a football field or a playground.
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