Harvest Machinery is a specialist tyre recycling machine manufacturer in China. We can provide customers with a complete tire recycling system, including the best quality tire recycling equipment, the most economical used tire recycling plant business plan, reasonable price and comprehensive service, etc.
Tire recycling line is a large set of equipment that completely separates and recycles 100% of the three major raw materials contained in tires: rubber, steel wire and fiber at one time at room temperature.
The tire recycling line can recycle tires in the diameter range of 400-3000mm according to the customer’s requirements, with strong applicability and the discharge size can be controlled within the range of 1-100mm.
The production line runs at room temperature without any chemical additives, which will not cause secondary pollution to the environment. The line adopts PLC control system, easy operation and maintenance, low energy consumption, long service life, etc.
Tire recycling production process
- Automatic steel wire pulling machine: remove tire rims.
- conveying equipment: conveyor belt, spiral conveyor and air pressure transmission system. 3.
- Shredder: shred the tires into film (50mm-150mm).
- Steel wire separator: to separate rubber and steel wire and process them into rubber granules (10mm-20mm).
- Magnetic separator: Sorting steel wire from rubber-wire mixture.
- Shredder: Shredding rubber pellets to smaller size (1mm-7mm).
- Vibrating screen: Sorting rubber particles of different sizes, and sending oversized particles back to the shredder for secondary shredding.
- Fiber separator: remove foreign matter and fiber.
- Secondary magnetic separator: to remove the fine steel wires that may remain.
- Grinding machine: grind the granules into powder (30 mesh-100 mesh).
- Fully automatic bagging system: to put the finished product into storage bags or packaging bags.
How Much does a Tire Recycling Plant Cost?
There are three main points for investment in waste tire recycling line: First, the daily output of processing waste tires; Second, what kind of waste tires are processed; Third, whether the processed tires are granules, rubber blocks or powder.
Manufacturers based on these three necessary conditions in order to give a suitable tire recycling line price quotation. The overall cost ranges from 30,000-500,000, depending on the actual situation.
We can provide semi-automatic tire recycling line and fully automatic tire recycling line, you can choose according to your needs. Semi-automatic tire recovery line features low budget and quick start projects. Full automatic tire recovery line with high productivity, high efficiency, high automation features, you can get a higher benefit.
How Are Tires Recycled?
Great strides have been made in tyre recycling and reuse in recent years, partly because of environmental regulations and partly because of innovative technologies that have created new uses for old tyres.
Civil engineers, in particular, have found a wide range of uses for old tires. Chopped tyres are used to build embankments and subsurface fillings; They can also be used as shock absorbers for railway lines. Grounded tyre rubber can also be used as a road or building material when mixed with asphalt or concrete.
Because of their shock-absorbing properties, shredded tires can be used as effective ground cover for safer playgrounds and as material for running tracks and other sports facilities. Moreover, the durability of tyres makes them ideal for reuse, such as dock bumpers, sidewalk material, kerbs and curbs on roads, and even speed bumps and highway crash barriers.
Because oil and rubber burn well, shredded tires are burned as fuel in some industrial processes.
Tyre-derived fuel, or TDF, is used in pulp and paper mills, cement kilns, power companies and other facilities. “Emissions from tyre-derived fuels are generally lower and generally in the same range as those from conventional fossil fuels,” as long as the combustion occurs in properly maintained equipment, the EPA says.
Old tires also have several imaginative household uses. Wheel swings, sandals, garden POTS, furniture, flooring and art are all made from old tires.