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Doing Group Introduces Innovative New Pyrolysis Technologies and Fully Automatic Continuous pyrolysis plant

continuous pyrolysis plant
Continuous pyrolysis plant
New systems produce usefuel oil, carbon black, and other valuable materials from old tires or discarded plastic and rubber,Doing group fully automatic continuous pyrolysis plant  with long lifetime ,re-use so that renewable energy insted of traditional energy source.

With waste plastic and tire accumulating worldwide, the Doing Group new pyrolysis technologies and equipment offer up effective solutions to some growing problems. Pyrolysis occurs when organic materials, like those based on hydrocarbons, are subject to controlled heat in environments free of oxygen or other catalysts. Making effective use of this well-understood process, a new  Reactor System can turn waste like old tires into useful fuel, raw materials like black carbon, and steel.

"Managing plastic and rubber waste has become a challenge all over the world, with limited recycling efforts of conventional kinds barely making a dent in these problems," Doing Group representative engineer said, "We're proud to announce a range of new technologies and systems that are going to make a big difference. No longer will it be necessary to simply bury old tires in landfills,  bury or landfills is harmful to land,for example, as our fully automatic continuous pyrolysis plant make it possible to cost-effectively turn them into oil,  carbon black, and useful steel."

Familiar to just about everyone in the form of the process that produces charcoal from wood, the transformation known as pyrolysis has been recognized since ancient times. Compared to the outright combustion of organic materials, where the presence of catalyzing agents like oxygen allows for the almost complete breakdown of a substance, pyrolysis is much more controlled. Without oxygen or another halogen to intensify the reaction, substances like plastic and rubber can, through the focused use of pyrolysis, be reduced to constituent materials like oil and carbon.

With nearly 300 million tires being discarded every year in the United States alone, the time is right for the widespread adoption of this approach. The average passenger vehicle tire comprises up to 60% hydrocarbons, locking up for the duration of its lifetime valuable fossil fuels that go to waste when such products are simply buried in landfills.

Doing Group fully atomatic continuous pyrolysis plant not only can solve solid pollution in your country but also can bring much profit to  you.

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