Tire Scrap Problem is Becoming Urgent…
Nowadays, whether in developed or developing country, more and more individuals or families choose to buy a car or more because of the improved economic ability and cheaper price of the vehicle. Correspondingly, tire scrap has been increasing greatly. Worldwide more than 3 billion tires are dumped every year. In the USA, tires are scrapped at a rate of 1.1 tire/person/year leading to over 300 million tires scrapped per year. The condition in other developed countries is not far better. In Canada, about 26 million tires are sold each year and equivalent number is generated as used tires. Every day in UK, over 100,000 worn tyres are taken off cars, vans and trucks. In China, over ten millions of tire scrap is generated every year. We can vividly feel it from the world’s biggest tyre graveyard in Kuwaiti.
Tire Recycling Market is Promising…
At the same time, scrap tires present a unique recycling and disposal challenges because they are heavy, bulky and made from a variety of materials.The usage of tire scrap is becoming a urgent problem for many countries. What are the present recycling ways? Generally speaking, there are three main ways to recycle tire scrap, that is, tire-derived fuel, ground rubber application and civil engineering. In the first application, burning tires release a compound, namely pyroloytic oil, which can be used as a cleaner and more economical alternative to coal as fuel in paper mills, industrial boiler,etc. Ground rubber application include new rubber products, playground and other sports surfacing and rubber -modified asphalt. As for civil engineering, these tire scrap are usually shred and then used in road and landfill construction, septic tank leach fields, etc.
Among these three ways, even though incineration can help to reduce dependence on fossil fuels and keep scrap tires out of landfills. It is far from ideal because of its inefficiency and emission problem.Compared with the other applications, tire crumb is better at present. For those who want to start tire recycling business, they may worry about its market. In fact, the recycled rubber is widely used in many fields like sport surfaces, automotive industry, construction, geotechnical/asphalt application, adhesives and sealants, shock absorption ans safety products, rubber and plastic products.
Tire Recycling Plant is What You Need
How to win these markets? One important thing is to ensure the quality of tire crumb. Although there is a lack of a uniform standard, we still have some common sense. For reaching it, we need to follow strict producing process and we need quality tire recycling plant. What is the whole producing process of a waste tire recycling line?
The tyre recycling plant has the following working process to make waste tire to rubber powder.
Waste Tyre→ Ring Cutter → Strips Cutter → Blocks Cutter → Big Conveyor → Rubber Crusher→ Big Shaking Screen → Small Conveyor → Big Magnetic Separator→Small Shaking Screen →Small Magnetic Separator → Fiber Separator → 5-30 Mesh Rubber Powder → Rubber Grinder → 40-120 Mesh Fine Rubber Powder.(As shown in the following picture).
Then what can be a quality tyre recycling plant? And what’s the tyre recycling plant cost? Each single machine are working and cooperating with each other well. As an experienced manufacturer of tire recycling machines, we have Small Scale Tire Recycling Line and Large Capacity Tire Recycling Plant. We have different solutions for each series. Take our XKP-400 Line for example. Its output is 200 kg/h for around 5-30 mesh rubber powder. The cost is about 22,000 dollars. Welcome to visit the page of our product catalog and if you have any questions, feel free to consult our online service.