The Importance of Tyre Recycling - Surat

Thursday, 14 August 2014

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City: Surat, Gujarat
Offer type: Sell


Contact name Anjali Exim
Phone +91-261-2554150

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Tyre recycling is the procedure by which unusable tyres are recycled. Irreparably damaged tyres form some of the most significant sources of environmental pollutants, and their large production and durability adds to the trouble. According to estimated figures, more than 250 million tyres are discarded every year. This makes tyre recycling a much needed process. Tyre pyrolysis is a common way of recycling wasted tyres. In a waste tyre pyrolysis plant, damaged tyres can be broken down into smaller molecules of rubber polymer by applying heat inside a reactor vessel. The resultant vapour can then be burned for producing power or an oily fluid commonly used as fuel.
Another popular way of recycling tyres is by shredding them into small pieces. Shredded tyres are nowadays used in landfills, as a lightweight backfill for gas venting systems, operational liners and leachate collection systems. A tyre plant can use different types of tyre recycling machinery, like high-speed shredders or rotary shear shredders. The rotary shear shredders also come in two varieties: the Holman-type shredders and the hook-shear shredders. Tyre recycling is not a small-scale process anymore like in earlier times. Both large and small companies are nowadays investing a significant amount of their capital in this process, as output seems to be truly promising.
Anjali Exim is a leading tyre recycling plantin India known for developing unique renewable energy solutions. With a strong team of experienced technical professionals, Anjali Exim is thoroughly dedicated to produce valuable raw energy from waste materials.