- Jan 12, 2024
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How waste tires are refined to oil?...
（picture：How Waste Tires Are Refined to Oil?）
1: putting waste tires into the pyrolysis reactor through manual feeding or automatic feeding machine, closing the furnace door, and preparing to heat the pyrolysis furnace;
2: cracking gasification: after the feeding is completed, the high-temperature heating of the pyrolysis furnace begins. When the temperature inside the furnace gradually rises to 200-380℃, the tire undergoes a pyrolysis reaction, producing oil, gas, and carbon black. The entire pyrolysis process lasts for 10-12 hours(depending on the gasification situation);
3: oil gas condensation: the oil and gas gasified by the pyrolysis reactor enters the condenser for complete cooling, and then cooled liquid oil enters the crude oil storage tank.
4: syngas purification and recovery: the remaining non-condensable gas is purified and returned to the cracking furnace as fuel for heating;
5: exhaust gas purification: the exhaust gas generated during the tire pyrolysis process will enter the purification device-desulfurization and dust removal devices. After purification treatment, it will meet the emission standards;
6. collection of by-products such as carbon black and steel wire: when the temperature inside the reactor drops to around 50℃, the residual substance in the furnace-carbon black can be discharged; and use a wire drawing machine to pull out the steel wires.