Step 1. Collection and transportationTyrecycle collects scrap tyres from each retail location, and transports them to a secure Tyrecycle processing facility for processing. Step 2. Sorting Tyres are unloaded and sorted by size and composition for further processing. Tyres suitable for recycling are placed on a large conveyor towards the Sims production line.Step 3. Shredding The tyres are shredded in preparation for further processing. The tyre pieces are further reduced in size by a granulator.Step 4. Steel removal The steel at the centre of each tyre is recovered for re-use. In fact, Sims recycles over 2,500 metric tonnes of steel as a result of this process.The steel free tyre granules are then stored in large hoppers.Step 5. Grinding into finished product Depending on the fineness required, the granules are ground by large rollers and pushed through sieves. Rubber products produced are: buffings and shred (used in matting, sport surfaces, turf and playgrounds); granules and chips (used in athletic tracks, playgrounds, horse arenas and asphalt); crumbs and powders (used in new tyres, brake pads, road sealing, adhesives and paints); and large shred tyre chips (used in civil engineering and fuel derivatives). Learn more about final applications.Step 6. Testing & distribution All rubber crumb products undergo routine quality testing by our trained staff in our on-site laboratory, for particle distribution, moisture content and metal contamination - before being packed for distribution.
Recycling tires saves oil. It takes a little more than half a barrel of crude oil to create the rubber for only one truck tire, according to Western Michigan University. That means about 22 gallons of oil is used for each tire, advises Earth 911. Retreading a tire, in contrast, takes only seven gallons of oil. Tires also can be used in lieu of fossil fuels for some manufacturing processes, which reduces consumption of such fuels, according to Earth 911. Tire-derived fuel, or TDF, involves using granulated tires instead of traditional fuels. It can be utilized for cement kilns, electric utilities and paper and pulp factories. TDF produces the same amount of energy as oil, and creates 25 percent more energy than coal.Tyre Recycling PlantTyre recycling machine manufacturer Pyrolysis Plant Call Now-9879233363 keshaventerprise.comSponsored LinksAvoid Health and Environmental ProblemsTossing tires causes health and environmental problems. Discarded tires often serve as habitats for disease-carrying mosquitoes, according to the Illinois Environmental Protection Agency. Mosquitoes can carry diseases such as dengue fever and encephalitis. In Illinois, improper tire disposal is responsible for the proliferation of the Asian Tiger Mosquito, a harmful mosquito species, advises the IEPA. Large tire piles also are fire hazards, advises the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency. Fires in tire piles can burn for months, leaving a hazardous oily residue behind and creating smoke. Some tire-fire sites have even become Superfund pollution sites, advises the EPA.Versatility of ReuseTires have a versatile range of uses when recycled, advises the EPA. Whole tires are used to create artificial reefs and breakwaters, highway crash barriers, erosion control barriers and playground equipment. Split tires are used in floor mats, gaskets, belts, shoe soles, seals, dock bumpers, muffler hangers, shims, insulators and washers. Shredded tires may be used for sludge composting, as a playground gravel substitute or in lightweight road-construction material. Ground tires can be used for rubber railroad crossings, as additives for asphalt pavement and in rubber and plastic products. These products include molded floor mats, carpet padding, mud guards and plastic adhesives.
TYRE RECYCLING AND ITS BENEFITS
What is Tyre• Derived from the word "tie," which refers to the outer steel ring part of a wooden cart wheel• A ring-shaped covering that fits around a wheel rim to protect it and enable better vehicle performance by providing a flexible cushion that absorbs shock while keeping the wheel in close contact with the ground
• Save Oil and Energy• Avoid Health and Environmental Problems• Versatility of Reuse• Reduce Pollution
• Saves Landfill Space• Creates New Products• Reduction of Emissions
• A number of toxic chemicals are released from the recycled tire• The chemicals had a variety of effects on human health including: severe irritation of the respiratory system, severe irritation of the eyes, skin, systematic effects on the liver and kidneys, allergic reactions, developmental effects and cancers
BUT AT THE END, BENEFITSOVERCOMES THERISK ASSOCIATEDWITH IT AND THUSRECYCLING IS THE BEST OPTION TO MAKE BEST OUT OF IT