“A society is defined not only by what it creates, but by what it                    refuses to destroy.” – Recycle!! PIC...
 Tire recycling or rubber recycling is the process of recycling tire that are    no longer suitable for use.   These tir...
WASTE TIRES PROBLEMS
 Tires are not desired at landfills, due to their large             volumes and 75% void space, which quickly            ...
 Shredded Tires are now being used in landfills,  replacing other construction materials, for a  lightweight backfill in ...
 Tire stockpiles create a great health and safety                   risk. Tire fires can occur easily, burning for       ...
 Besides being unsightly and taking up valuable  land space, Tire dumps and stockpiles present  many environmental concer...
 When fires do break out – usually caused by  lightening strikes – they can be extremely difficult  to extinguish, someti...
 Scrap tires are generated when consumers buy new tires for their vehicles or    dispose of their old vehicles. These are...
ConsumersTire Retailers     Vehicle                                Municipalities                  Recyclers              ...
•Tire        A tire is made of natural rubber (also called virgincomposition       rubber), Stirene-Butadienubber (SBR),a...
Crumb: Rubber Crumb is the material resulting from granulating scrap tires into  uniform rubber granules. It can be mixed...
 With the PICS recycling equipment you will be able to process whole car and  truck Tires (including super singles) witho...
With the PICStire recyclingequipment youwill be able toprocess wholecar and trucktires includingsuper singles,earth movert...
 The PICS system is a "multi-size" system, which means that the output size  easily can be changed by merely changing the...
Shreds are the largest ofthe output material.The Tires are choppeddown to shreds with size of50-300 mm in thepowerful PICS...
By putting either whole carTire or pre-chopped Tiresinto the PICS medium-speed, dual drive MultiPurpose Rasper chips withs...
The fine-granulation is a two stageoperation which is primarily usedfor liberating and removing as muchtextile as possible...
With the above mentionedgranulate from the PICStire recycling plants,powder with sizes rangingfrom 10 to 50 Mesh can bepro...
 The standard setup includes a Super Chopper, Tumble Back Feeder, Multi  Purpose Rasper, Eddy Current Separator, Heavy Gr...
 A – plant: up to 20.000 kg/ hr *Standard    B – plant: up to 6.000 kg/ hr* plants:    C – plant: up to 5.000 kg/ hr * ...
Standard Plant      A
 Plant A consists merely of the Super Chopper. This is a hydraulic driven powerful pre chopper capable of processing    ...
 The multifunctional Super Choppers (SC1408/90, SC1412/160 and    SC2118/250) process most non-ferrous materials and tyre...
 Standard Plant B is designed for recycling ofStandard Plant     whole car Tires or pre-cut car and truck Tires with     ...
 The machine is an effective Rasper designed for tire recycling. The MPR is medium-speed and has dual drive. This machin...
 The Multi Purpose Rasper (MPR120, MPR160 and MPR200) has a standard    rotor is made from wear-resistant, hardened steel...
 Hydraulic opening of rotor housing for easy access to rotor and knives. Hydraulically operated swinging cradle will per...
Standard Plant                  Plant C is designed for recycling of complete Truck      C            and Car Tires (incl...
 Other advantages with Plant A are low running costs, few spare parts, easy  access to knives, very few wear parts to cha...
 The Tumble Back Feeder is the machine ensures a continuous flow into the  Multi Purpose Rasper - thus ensuring an optimu...
 Plant D is designed for processing of pre-cut car                   and truck Tires (maximum size approximately 300     ...
 The Multi Purpose Rasper is the first granulation which means that it reduces  the Super Chopper shred input (50-300 mm)...
SilosThe Silo V4 ensurescontinuous flowthrough the first Fine-Granulator andensures optimumutilization of thecapacity.
For optimized operation and enhanced throughputBuffer Silo (BFS5)Between Super Chopper and Rasper 5 m3 Silo with slatted ...
Silo V4Between the Rasper and the Granulator 4 m3 Silo with vibratory base to control the feed rate Balances the output ...
 The Fine-Granulators ensures fine granulation of the rubber granulate. These  machines are also equipped with exchangeab...
 PICS Fine Granulators (FG476, FG952 and FG1504) are ideally suited for the  modern world of today’s scrap processing. Th...
T H E A S P I R AT O R E N S U R E S T H E F I N A L S I Z E     D I S T R I B U T I O N O F T H E G R A N U L AT E A N DR...
 The PICS Aspirators are designed to separate the  textile from the rubber granules and classify the  rubber granules int...
 From the feed roller the material is led into a  »light particle« extractor channel, where the light  fluff particles ar...
 Plant E is designed for recycling of complete Truck                   and Car Tires, including Super Singles & TractorSt...
 It is low-speed with either single or dual shafts. The torque is with its 30 – 40    ton cutting force per knife!   Oth...
 The Multi Purpose Rasper is the first granulation which means that it reduces    the Super Chopper shred input (50-300 m...
 The Silo V4 ensures continuous flow through the first Fine-Granulator and  ensures optimum utilization of the capacity....
 Fine-Granulator 1 is a high-speed, single shaft Fine-Granulator used for the  first granulation stage enabling liberatio...
 E5000T– plant: up to 5.000 kg/hr *                   E8000T– plant, double line: up to 8.000Special plants:     kg/hr* ...
T O A C H I E V E T H E R E Q U I R E D T Y P E O F E N D - P R O D U C T,D I F F E R E N T S TA N D A R D T I R E R E C Y...
 The Car Tire Feeder automatically ensures a              continuous feeding of the Super Chopper.•Car Tire    The tumbl...
 Due to the growing demand for cleaning of the                steel we have developed systems to meet specific•Steel Wire...
•Quality                The Quality Upgrading system ensures ultimate Upgrading       purity of 99,99% of the main size a...
 Excluding the use of whole tires, we can categorize the uses of tires in the  following way: Rubber Crumb - Floor mats,...
 Molded products – These include mats, hose pipes, conveyor belts, v-  belts, footwear, tiles, adhesives, sound dampers, ...
 Retreading – Tires in India are retreaded as much as three to six times.  One thing to note here is that it’s the truck ...
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  1. 1. “A society is defined not only by what it creates, but by what it refuses to destroy.” – Recycle!! PICS providing you the ultimate solution for recycling scrap into valuable commodities year after year, at the same time helping to protect the environment.
  2. 2.  Tire recycling or rubber recycling is the process of recycling tire that are no longer suitable for use. These tires are among the largest and most problematic sources of waste, due to the large volume produced and their durability. Tire is one of the most re-used waste materials, as the rubber is very resilient and can be reused in other products. Material recovered from waste tires, known as "crumb." Tires can be recycled into, among other things, the hot melt asphalt, typically as crumb rubber modifier—recycled asphalt pavement. Tires can also be recycled into other tires.
  3. 3. WASTE TIRES PROBLEMS
  4. 4.  Tires are not desired at landfills, due to their large volumes and 75% void space, which quickly consumes valuable space.Landfill  Tires can trap methane gases, causing them todisposal become buoyant, or bubble to the surface.  This bubbling effect can damage landfill liners that have been installed to help keep landfill contaminants from polluting local surface and ground water.
  5. 5.  Shredded Tires are now being used in landfills, replacing other construction materials, for a lightweight backfill in gas venting systems, leachate collection systems, and operational liners. Shredded tire material may also be used to cap, close, or daily cover landfill sites. Scrap Tires as a backfill and cover material are also more cost-effective, since Tires can be shredded on-site instead of hauling in other fill materials.
  6. 6.  Tire stockpiles create a great health and safety risk. Tire fires can occur easily, burning for months, creating substantial pollution in the air and ground.  Recycling helps to reduce the number of Tires in storage. An additional health risk, Tire piles provide harborage for vermin and a breedingStockpiles and ground for mosquitoes that may carry diseases. illegal  Illegal dumping of scrap Tires pollutes ravines, dumping woods, deserts, and empty lots; which has led many states to pass scrap tire regulations requiring proper management.  Tire amnesty day events, in which community members can deposit a limited number of waste Tires free of charge, can be funded by state scrap tire programs, helping decrease illegal dumping and improper storage of scrap Tires.
  7. 7.  Besides being unsightly and taking up valuable land space, Tire dumps and stockpiles present many environmental concerns. When waste Tires are buried they have a tendency to “wiggle” their way to the surface over time causing problems for landfill sites. When Tires are stockpiled above ground they form mountainous piles that are at high risk of catching fire.
  8. 8.  When fires do break out – usually caused by lightening strikes – they can be extremely difficult to extinguish, sometimes burning for several months. Stockpile fires cause pollutants being released into the environment. Oil as a result of the burning Tires enters the groundwater and nearby rivers and thick black clouds of smoke full of toxic gases are released into the atmosphere. Even when fires don’t break out, Tire stockpiles are breeding grounds for pests such as mosquitoes and rodents.
  9. 9.  Scrap tires are generated when consumers buy new tires for their vehicles or dispose of their old vehicles. These are newly generated scrap tires. Old scrap tires also enter the recycling chain when they are eliminated from existing stockpiles. Scrap tires from consumers are collected by generators who are either tire retailers or vehicle recyclers. Haulers pick up the tires from generators and hand them over to processors who convert the tires into crumb rubber, shred rubber, tire-derived fuel and other materials that are suitable for end-markets. Municipalities can also collect scrap tires, and in certain cases, haul them to processors.
  10. 10. ConsumersTire Retailers Vehicle Municipalities Recyclers Haulers ProcessorsTire Derived Civil Other Rubber Fuel Engineering Products Application
  11. 11. •Tire  A tire is made of natural rubber (also called virgincomposition rubber), Stirene-Butadienubber (SBR),and stages in Polybutadiene Rubber (PBR), Carbon black, Nylon tire cord, rubber chemicals, steel tire cord and recycling Butyl rubber.
  12. 12. Crumb: Rubber Crumb is the material resulting from granulating scrap tires into uniform rubber granules. It can be mixed with asphalt for road surfacing and making children’s playgrounds.Reclaimed Rubber: Reclaimed Rubber is the recycled old tire rubber. It can be used as a substitute of natural & synthetic rubber. It is mixed with virgin rubber to further make new tires of automobiles, bicycles and other low-cost products like footwear and mats. Virgin rubber, 90 percent of which is produced in Kerala is sold for as high Rs 140-150 per kg. Reclaimed rubber is sold for Rs 25-30 per kg and India being one of the voluminous reclaim rubber producers, the production is growing by ten percent per year.
  13. 13.  With the PICS recycling equipment you will be able to process whole car and truck Tires (including super singles) without prior debeading being required. You can also process earth mover tires, OTR etc. The tire recycling systems offered by PICS is modular systems enabling you to invest as much or as little as you wish in the certain confidence that it will always be possible to add to the system as required. The flexibility of this modular approach means that a large number of combinations can be obtained, ranging from a single machines for shreds or chips to a complete System for granules.
  14. 14. With the PICStire recyclingequipment youwill be able toprocess wholecar and trucktires includingsuper singles,earth movertires, OTR etc.
  15. 15.  The PICS system is a "multi-size" system, which means that the output size easily can be changed by merely changing the screens (i.e. larger or smaller holes). By production of rubber granulate, flexibility is an very important factor since the market demands of various fraction sizes will vary.
  16. 16. Shreds are the largest ofthe output material.The Tires are choppeddown to shreds with size of50-300 mm in thepowerful PICS single-shaftSuper Chopper.The maximum size of inputmaterial is approximately1900 x 550 mm.Shreds are for example anuseful size whentransporting used Tires.They need less space, andtherefore the transportingcosts are reduced.
  17. 17. By putting either whole carTire or pre-chopped Tiresinto the PICS medium-speed, dual drive MultiPurpose Rasper chips withsizes down toapproximately 12 mm canbe produced. At this stage it will also bepossible to remove up to98% of the liberated steelfrom the rubber granulate. The chips can be used forTDF (Tire Derived Fuel)which is a fuel used forheat plants and cementowns or for “Equestrian”(i.e. rubber mixed withsand or sawdust used inthe horse industry asground in the stable or atthe tracks).
  18. 18. The fine-granulation is a two stageoperation which is primarily usedfor liberating and removing as muchtextile as possible from the rubbergranulates.This keeps the capacity high sincethe textile otherwise will block thescreens and thereby reduce thecapacity.After the fine-granulation andseparation of steel and textile arubber granulate with a purity of upto 99,9% can be ensured.The final size distribution dependsupon your specific requirements.It can for instance be 0,8 to 1,6 mmand 1,6 to 3,2 mm.Granulate are for example used forRubber Mats and to Mouldedproducts. It is also used for Sportsfields and Artificial Turfs in forexample soccer, golf and athletictracks.
  19. 19. With the above mentionedgranulate from the PICStire recycling plants,powder with sizes rangingfrom 10 to 50 Mesh can beproduced in the PICSPowder Plant.Mesh is the number ofopenings per linear inch ofa screen (i.e. the highernumber, the smallerparticles.The powder from the PICSPowder Plant comply withASTM D 5603-96.The powder is for exampleused in the asphaltindustry for “Rubber PavedAsphalt”.
  20. 20.  The standard setup includes a Super Chopper, Tumble Back Feeder, Multi Purpose Rasper, Eddy Current Separator, Heavy Granulator, Fine Granulator and a Separation Table. We have standard plants with capacities ranging from 3.000 - 8.000 kgs/production hour. This is also the starting point when plants are tailored to suit specific customer requirements. Within Tire recycling we often talk about Plant A to E. Plant E is the entire line, and Plant A to D are parts of that line. All these plants give different outputs.
  21. 21.  A – plant: up to 20.000 kg/ hr *Standard  B – plant: up to 6.000 kg/ hr* plants:  C – plant: up to 5.000 kg/ hr *  D – plant: up to D3000T: 3.000 kg/ hr & D4000T: 4.000 kg/ hr *  E – plant: up to E3000T: 3.000 kg/ hr & E4000T: 4.000 kg/ hr *  Powder Plant: 2.500 kg/hr*  E4000T + Powder Plant: up to 4.000 kg/ hr (it can run up to 2.5 ton/ hr output i.e. 4.000 kg/ hr input) *
  22. 22. Standard Plant A
  23. 23.  Plant A consists merely of the Super Chopper. This is a hydraulic driven powerful pre chopper capable of processing complete car and truck tires (including super singles) down to shreds size (approximately 50-300mm). It is low-speed with either single or dual shafts. The torque is with its 30 – 40 ton cutting force per knife! Other advantages with Plant A are low running costs, few spare parts, easy access to knives, very few wear parts to change and high capacity. The dimensions of the tires to be chopped has a maximum diameter of 1200 mm and width of 450 mm. De-beading of the tires will not be required prior to processing in the PICS Super Chopper. The machine is delivered with a Disc Pusher to occasionally assist by feeding of truck tires to the Super Chopper.
  24. 24.  The multifunctional Super Choppers (SC1408/90, SC1412/160 and SC2118/250) process most non-ferrous materials and tyres. Unique single rotor design. Low speed, high torque rotor. Powered directly by a Hägglund hydraulic motor and power unit. Automatic reverse for overload protection. Large triangular knives are resistant to cracking or breaking. Adjustable knife clearance. Knives available in different steel qualities providing the optimum solution for processing of your specific material. Special tool-steel knives can be reground multiple times on a »flat-bed« grinder to ensure long life and low operating costs. Starts when fully loaded with material. Inlet hopper with large opening enabling very easy grab loading. Reliable After-Sales-Service.
  25. 25.  Standard Plant B is designed for recycling ofStandard Plant whole car Tires or pre-cut car and truck Tires with a maximum car Tires 300 mm. The input material B is turned into Tire chips with a size from 75 mm down to approximately 12 mm. The chips are up to 98% free of liberated steel content!  The Tumble Back Feeder is the machine ensures a continuous flow into the Multi Purpose Rasper - thus ensuring an optimum load/utilization of the Multi Purpose Rasper.  The Multi Purpose Rasper is the first granulation which means that it reduces the Super Chopper shred input (50-300 mm) down to 12 mm in a single pass. The majority of the steel is removed and the chips are almost free from steel.  The chips are then used for example TDF (Tire Derived Fuel) or further processed in the granulation plant.
  26. 26.  The machine is an effective Rasper designed for tire recycling. The MPR is medium-speed and has dual drive. This machine is capable of processing whole passenger car Tires or pre-chopped car and truck tires. The machine is equipped with exchangeable screens and the output size will be determined by the actual screen size installed in the machine. It ensures individual size reduction down to approximately 12 mm chips and liberation up to 98% of the steel content.
  27. 27.  The Multi Purpose Rasper (MPR120, MPR160 and MPR200) has a standard rotor is made from wear-resistant, hardened steel. The main rotor housing is equipped with replaceable wear plates to increase the durability of the machine. Special tool-steel knives can be reground multiple times on a »flat-bed« grinder to ensure long life and low operating costs. Adjustable knife clearance. The rotor can be turned automatically when changing knifes and doing maintenance or inspection. Serrated knife design available in different steel qualities. Screens available with different hole sizes and different steel qualities.
  28. 28.  Hydraulic opening of rotor housing for easy access to rotor and knives. Hydraulically operated swinging cradle will permit cleaning or exchange of screen. Screen segments can be turned. Friction clutches protects the drive system from momentary overload. The machine is belt driven x 2, each side being individually adjusted. Components used in each drive side – from axle journal to belt/flywheel are alike thus reducing maintenance costs. The high inertia gives a more even load of the machine. Reliable After-Sales-Service by PICS Recycling.
  29. 29. Standard Plant  Plant C is designed for recycling of complete Truck C and Car Tires (including Super Singles & Tractor Tires) and size reduction from Tire chips of 75 mm to 12 mm. The output chips are up to 98% free of liberated steel content.  The Super Chopper is a hydraulic driven powerful pre-chopper capable of processing complete car and truck Tires (including super singles) down to shreds size (approximately 50-300mm).  It is low-speed with either single or dual shafts. The torque is with its 30 – 40 ton cutting force per knife!
  30. 30.  Other advantages with Plant A are low running costs, few spare parts, easy access to knives, very few wear parts to change and high capacity. The dimensions of the Tires to be chopped has a maximum diameter of 1200 mm and width of 450 mm. De-beading of the Tires will not be required prior to processing in the PICS Super Chopper. The machine is delivered with a Disc Pusher to occasionally assist by feeding of truck Tires to the Super Chopper.
  31. 31.  The Tumble Back Feeder is the machine ensures a continuous flow into the Multi Purpose Rasper - thus ensuring an optimum load/utilization of the Multi Purpose Rasper. The Multi Purpose Rasper is the first granulation which means that it reduces the Super Chopper shred input (50-300 mm) down to 12 mm in a single pass. The majority of the steel is removed and the chips are almost free from steel. The chips are then used for example TDF (Tire Derived Fuel) or further processed in the granulation plant.
  32. 32.  Plant D is designed for processing of pre-cut car and truck Tires (maximum size approximately 300 mm) to high quality rubber granulate. The outputStandard Plant size of the rubber granulate varies, but is always up to 99.9% free of liberated steel wire and D textile.  The Tumble Back Feeder is the machine ensures a continuous flow into the Multi Purpose Rasper - thus ensuring an optimum load/utilization of the Multi Purpose Rasper.
  33. 33.  The Multi Purpose Rasper is the first granulation which means that it reduces the Super Chopper shred input (50-300 mm) down to 12 mm in a single pass. The majority of the steel is removed and the chips are almost free from steel. The chips are then used for example TDF (Tire Derived Fuel) or further processed in the granulation plant. The machine is an effective Rasper designed for Tire recycling. The MPR is medium-speed and has dual drive. This machine is capable of processing whole passenger car Tires or pre-chopped car and truck Tires. The machine is equipped with exchangeable screens and the output size will be determined by the actual screen size installed in the machine. It ensures individual size reduction down to approximately 12 mm chips and liberation up to 98% of the steel content.
  34. 34. SilosThe Silo V4 ensurescontinuous flowthrough the first Fine-Granulator andensures optimumutilization of thecapacity.
  35. 35. For optimized operation and enhanced throughputBuffer Silo (BFS5)Between Super Chopper and Rasper 5 m3 Silo with slatted steel conveyor belt Heavy rotating fl ail to control the feed rate. Balances the output from the Super Chopper to the input rate of the Rasper.Silo SMVBetween the Granulator and the Separation Equipment Centred around an open rectangular storage vessel with a vibrating base Balances the flow of granulated material to ensure that the Separation works at maximum capacity, thus ensuring that the quality of separation is maintained.
  36. 36. Silo V4Between the Rasper and the Granulator 4 m3 Silo with vibratory base to control the feed rate Balances the output from the Rasper the input rate of the Granulator.
  37. 37.  The Fine-Granulators ensures fine granulation of the rubber granulate. These machines are also equipped with exchangeable screen sizes to determine the actual output size – if you want a different output size, just change the screen. Fine-Granulator 1 is a high-speed, single shaft Fine-Granulator used for the first granulation stage enabling liberation of up to 50% of the textile contained in the Tires. The liberated textile is then removed in the Classifier PC10. Fine-Granulator 2 high-speed, single shaft Fine-Granulator for the second and final granulation stage. If there is still any textile or steel left in the material it is liberated here. The steel is removed by magnets, and the textile is removed by the Classifier PC15 (removes 40% of the textile).
  38. 38.  PICS Fine Granulators (FG476, FG952 and FG1504) are ideally suited for the modern world of today’s scrap processing. They have open rotor design provides natural internal airflow keeping the cutting chamber and the material cool. The individual and adjustable flying and static knives are easy to change in a quick change knife system. Special tool-steel knives can be reground multiple times on a »flat-bed« grinder to ensure long life and low operating costs. Main rotor housing has replaceable wear plates. Hydraulically operated inlet hopper provides easy access to the cutting chamber for maintenance. Hydraulically operated access to screen area for cleaning and changing of screens. Screens available with different hole sizes to suit your special requirements. PICS has reliable After-Sales-Service to all plants and machines.
  39. 39. T H E A S P I R AT O R E N S U R E S T H E F I N A L S I Z E D I S T R I B U T I O N O F T H E G R A N U L AT E A N DR E M O V E S T H E R E M A I N I N G , L I B E R AT E D T E X T I L E PROVIDING A HIGH QUALITY RUBBER G R A N U L AT E W I T H A P U R I T Y O F U P T O 9 9 . 9 % .
  40. 40.  The PICS Aspirators are designed to separate the textile from the rubber granules and classify the rubber granules into three sizes. The Aspirators are precision cleaners, which handle capacity requirements up to 4-6 ton/hour. The Aspirators perform with high cleaning efficiency on a wide range of rubber granules and powder. They work on the basis of two separate separation devices, a dust suction system that removes the dust fraction and a three screen Classifier separating the textile and classifying the rubber into three fractions. The material is fed to the machine at the inlet, where the feed roller distribute the material.
  41. 41.  From the feed roller the material is led into a »light particle« extractor channel, where the light fluff particles are sucked away from the material. The major part of the fluff is then separated out in the aspiration chamber, where ventilators lead the light fraction to a possible cyclone. The material is now led to the screen section, where the sizing takes place. The short upper screen removes the remaining fluff particles. The long screen removes the large rubber particles and the small rubber particles passing through this screen are divided equally onto each of the two sorting screens in the bottom of the screen section. With the PICS Aspirators you also get our reliable After-Sales-Service.
  42. 42.  Plant E is designed for recycling of complete Truck and Car Tires, including Super Singles & TractorStandard Plant Tires to a high quality rubber granulate of various E sizes.  The output material is 99.9% free of liberated steel wire and textile.  The dimensions of the input Tires can be maximum diameter of 1200 mm and maximum width of 450 mm. De-beading of the Tires will not be required.  The Super Chopper is a hydraulic driven powerful pre-chopper capable of processing complete car and truck Tires (including super singles) down to shreds size (approximately 50-300mm).
  43. 43.  It is low-speed with either single or dual shafts. The torque is with its 30 – 40 ton cutting force per knife! Other advantages with Plant A are low running costs, few spare parts, easy access to knives, very few wear parts to change and high capacity. The dimensions of the Tires to be chopped has a maximum diameter of 1200 mm and width of 450 mm. De-beading of the Tires will not be required prior to processing in the PICS Super Chopper. The machine is delivered with a Disc Pusher to occasionally assist by feeding of truck Tires to the Super Chopper. The Tumble Back Feeder is the machine ensures a continuous flow into the Multi Purpose Rasper - thus ensuring an optimum load/utilization of the Multi Purpose Rasper.
  44. 44.  The Multi Purpose Rasper is the first granulation which means that it reduces the Super Chopper shred input (50-300 mm) down to 12 mm in a single pass. The majority of the steel is removed and the chips are almost free from steel. The chips are then used for example TDF (Tire Derived Fuel) or further processed in the granulation plant. The machine is an effective Rasper designed for Tire recycling. The MPR is medium-speed and has dual drive. This machine is capable of processing whole passenger car Tires or pre-chopped car and truck Tires. The machine is equipped with exchangeable screens and the output size will be determined by the actual screen size installed in the machine. It ensures individual size reduction down to approximately 12 mm chips and liberation up to 98% of the steel content.
  45. 45.  The Silo V4 ensures continuous flow through the first Fine-Granulator and ensures optimum utilization of the capacity. The Fine-Granulators ensures fine granulation of the rubber granulate. These machines are also equipped with exchangeable screen sizes to determine the actual output size – if you want a different output size, just change the screen.
  46. 46.  Fine-Granulator 1 is a high-speed, single shaft Fine-Granulator used for the first granulation stage enabling liberation of up to 50% of the textile contained in the Tires. The liberated textile is then removed in the Classifier PC10. Fine-Granulator 2 high-speed, single shaft Fine-Granulator for the second and final granulation stage. If there is still any textile or steel left in the material it is liberated here. The steel is removed by magnets, and the textile is removed by the Classifier PC15 (removes 40% of the textile). The Aspirator ensures the final size distribution of the granulate and removes the remaining, liberated textile providing a high quality rubber granulate with a purity of up to 99.9%.
  47. 47.  E5000T– plant: up to 5.000 kg/hr *  E8000T– plant, double line: up to 8.000Special plants: kg/hr*  E1500T/MF: up to 1.500 kg/hr* (can be modified to also recycle cable and WEEE)  Steel Cleaning Systems
  48. 48. T O A C H I E V E T H E R E Q U I R E D T Y P E O F E N D - P R O D U C T,D I F F E R E N T S TA N D A R D T I R E R E C Y C L I N G P L A N T S A R EAVA I L A B L E .T H E S E S TA N D A R D P L A N T S A R E A L S O T H E S TA R T I N GP O I N T W H E N P L A N T S A R E TA I L O R E D T O S U I TSPECIFIC CUSTOMER REQUIREMENTS.AVA I L A B L E O P T I O N A L M O D U L E S F O R S P E C I F I CR EQ U I R E M E N T S W I T H I N T I R E R EC YC L I N G A R E :
  49. 49.  The Car Tire Feeder automatically ensures a continuous feeding of the Super Chopper.•Car Tire  The tumbling effect reduces the content ofFeeder foreign bodies in the tires.  The feeding capacity of the Car Tire Feeder is 5-6 per hour, and it can contain approximately 10-50 car tires at the same time (depending on the type of machine).
  50. 50.  Due to the growing demand for cleaning of the steel we have developed systems to meet specific•Steel Wire customer requirements for upgrading of the steel fraction originating from PICS Tire Recycling Cleaning Plants. System  The syThe Steel Wire Cleaning Systems reduces the rubber content in the steel fraction down to 3-5%.  stems will be dimensioned and balanced to meet specific customer demands.  Purities of 95 - 99% will be obtainable all depending on the system chosen.
  51. 51. •Quality  The Quality Upgrading system ensures ultimate Upgrading purity of 99,99% of the main size and under size System rubber fraction.  Meets customer and market demands for powderPowder Plant down to 50 Mesh.
  52. 52.  Excluding the use of whole tires, we can categorize the uses of tires in the following way: Rubber Crumb - Floor mats, belts, gaskets, shoe soles, dock bumpers, seals, muffler hangers, shims, and washers. Reclaimed Rubber in Vehicles: a) Automotive Industry - Crumb (three to five percent) and Reclaimed rubber (up to ten percent) is particularly used in automobile tires. However, since the volume of tires is very high, the quantity of these rubbers used also goes up. New tire industry uses approximately 58 percent of the natural rubber of India, including imports of more than 80000 tones (according to ATMA figures) b) In tire carcasses in substantial volume and other automotive parts c) Bicycle tire industry produces a massive 6-7 lakh tires/day, out of which more than 80 percent are produced in Ludhiana.
  53. 53.  Molded products – These include mats, hose pipes, conveyor belts, v- belts, footwear, tiles, adhesives, sound dampers, rubber sheets, battery containers and other rubber molded goods Footwear industry - Shoe soles Cement Industry - "This is the most perverse use of old tires causing only pollution", says Dr. Chakravarty . However, in some countries, respective cement industries have developed technology where the tire is burnt at a temperature that destroys most toxic emissions, the exhaust is scrubbed and filtered and little escapes the cement kiln. The usage of tires for burning in cement kilns in India is up to 20000 tones per year, according to Imbrose, a small tire trader.
  54. 54.  Retreading – Tires in India are retreaded as much as three to six times. One thing to note here is that it’s the truck tires that are retreaded, and not the car tires. There are 100-odd firms engaged in tire retreading in India with prominent names being MRF, Apollo, ELGI, Midas and Indag. Whole tires are used as highway crash barriers, furniture, boat bumpers on marine docks, etc but it is a negligible amount. Land filling or burning tires for energy has limited prospects as environmental authorities are acknowledging the need for its greener alternatives. On the other hand, mass-market end products like continuous rolls of cost-effective recycled rubber used for noise insulation now complete the big picture for investors to consider recycling tires commercially.

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