Manufacturing Process

  • Feed the waste Tyre into reactor and seal the feeding inlet door tightly and make sure is no gas leakage.
  • Heat the reactor by using coal, charcoal, fuel gas, wood , fuel oil etc.
  • The reactor will be slowly heated and when the temperature reach about 250°c the oil gas will formed.
  • The oil gas coming out from the reactor then goes to condensing system and become liquid oil.
  • The gas which can not liquified under normal pressure will be designed to go back to combustion system through safety device.
  • It can be recycled to heat the reactor as fuel, which will save energy for the whole working process.
  • After finishing oil production, the temperature of pyrolysis reactor will fall down, When the temperature fall down to 40°c, we can get carbon black and steel wire.

Product Details

At present, we manufacture Three grades of TPO :
  1. Light Oil : Density (0.91-0.92 g/cc)
  2. Heavy Oil : Density (0.93-0.95 g/cc)
  3. Mixed Chemical Oil : Density (0.88-0.89 g/cc)
  • We recommend you to replace your LDO with our MCO and Furnace oil with our Heavy oil.
  • It is a 100 % replacement of LDO and Furnace Oil

Advantages Of Pyrolysis Oil

  • No Need Of Preheating
  • Low Sulphur Content
  • Low Carbon Content
  • Density and Viscosity Is Less
  • High Calorific Value

Comparison Chart

Application Of TPO

  • Use as Fuel : The use of TPO as a substitute to fuel is an opportunity in minimizing the operational cost and minimizing the utilization of the natural resources.
  • Distilled fraction blend with other fuel oil.

Handling and Storage

  • Stability : Material is stable under normal storage and handling situation
  • Incompatibility : Avoid contact with acids and oxidizing agents.
  • Storage : Store in tight sealed container at ambient temperature in well ventilated areas. Do not store near flame or heat.
  • Handling : Only in well ventilated areas. Keep container closed when not dispensing product. Avoid body contact. Use grounding and bonding devices when transferring material.

First Aid Measures

  • Eyes : Flush with eyes solution or large amount of water.
  • Skin : Immediately wash with warm water and soap.
  • Inhalation : Remove to fresh air. Get medical attention if symptoms occurs.
  • Remove contaminated clothing and Wash contaminated clothing before reuse

Accidental Release Measures

  • Small Spill Control and Recovery :
    Oil absorbent should be used to contain and soak up oil. Do not use a combustible material. Wear appropriate personal protective equipment
  • Large Spill Control and Recovery :
    Safely eliminate the source of the leak. Eliminate ignition sources. Prevent runoff from entering Storm sewers and ditches. Water fog can be used to control vapours