Output Products

Efficient industrial tyre pyrolysis is a process to treat the rubber and industrial plastic waste tyre Pyrolysis is the decomposition of organic compounds under oxygen free atmosphere that produces gas, oil, carbon black and steel.

Below is the tyre recycling output percentage and usage of the output products :

FUEL OIL (40 to 45%)
The main oil product produced by our tyre recycling application is the fuel oil that is wide used for industrial and commercial purposes. The oil has 40%-45% of the amount of recycled scrap tyres, which will be carried with licensed tanker trucks.

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Fuel oil
carbon black
CARBON BLACK (30 to 35%)

Carbon Black is the main product recycled by tyre pyrolysis technology. The amount of recycled carbon black is 35%-42% (depending on the type of tyre) of the total amount of scrap tyres recycled in the system. Carbon black is used as raw material or main ingredient in many industries and the chemical structure of carbon black strengthens, lengthens the endurance, and improves the coloring features of the materials.


Carbon black produced by tyre pyrolysis application (CBp) is more economical compared to carbon black produced primarily from petroleum and is more price-efficient to be used as an ingredient in the industries listed :

  • Electric cable jacketing
  • Conveyor band
  • Carrier Bands
  • Hose and doormat
  • Black nylon bag
  • Rubber additive
  • Automotive spare parts
  • Heat isolation
  • Black colorant in rubber materials
  • Plastic pipe
  • Industrial rubber products
  • Fire fighting
STEEL WIRE (10 to 15%)
Tyres contain steel wires and the amount ranges from 10% 15% of the total tyre weight. All of the steel present in the tyre can be detached after the pyrolysis recycling process is completed. Valuable steel wires are pressed and sold to steel and scrap dealers.
gas cyclinder
GAS (10 to 12%)
  • Non-Condensable gases arise during the recycling application which; Has a higher calorific value compared to natural gas
  • Can replace natural gas and propane when stored
  • Can be used as energy resource in gas burners, also used in pyrolysis system
  • The amount of gas generated in the system is 12 to 15% of the total amount of recycled tyres and considering the 10 ton scrap tyre/day recycling capacity, the facility generates 1400 – 1500 m³/day gas which has an enormous energy potential when evaluated.