converts synthetic and natural polymers and long chain hydrocarbons at temperatures between 270°C and 350°C to short-chain hydrocarbons (synthetic light oil / diesel) by adding (ion-exchanging 100 % crystalline and extreme active) y-catalysts.
Conversion only into CH2 chains and only then in molecule lengths that bind in a manner that separates unusable pollutants.
Result of 30 years of intensive scientific research and development the recognized German chemical plant and catalyst specialist Dr. Christian Koch reproducing the natural way of fossil oil production.
Scheme of the Catalytic Low Pressure Depolymerization process
The material input as a solid or as a fluid cycle. The solid material input appears through an input snail as dry material with low humidity and a minimal particle size and the feedstock then mixed with a catalyst promoter, hydrated lime and carrier oil (after initial filling with oil in the procedure itself) and then the feedstock is heated in a manner that converts the organic material into fluids that are sent to a distillation column where the liquid fuels are distilled and then piped to storage tanks.