In this article, because the final products from the process are directly available or can be processed further to obtain more usable products. We draw attention to a recycling process that can achieve 100% efficiency. This process is called tire pyrolysis and, as the name suggests, is used to recycle tires. This process eliminates the majority of problematic waste.
LAlong with the problematic nature of non-biodegradable structures, production in large volumes, is associated with their durability. In the 80s and 90s, it was estimated that about 260 million tires were thrown annually. This figure probably doubled or perhaps tripled, given the increasing amount of people who own cars, bicycles, and motorcycles.
Therefore, it was clear that there was a need for a recycling method that managed everything.
A tire pyrolysis recycling product is a product that needs to be torn in an oxygen-free room or that all tires must be heated. Shredded or all tires are softened from the reaction chamber, which induces the breakdown of rubber polymers into small molecules. Due to the small dimensions, small molecules can evaporate and escape to the reactor effortlessly.
The escaped vapors can be burned directly to make the energy needed to maintain the pyrolysis process or another industrial process.
Gases can also be condensed in a cooling chamber to form an oily liquid, which can often be used as fuel.