Month: August 2017

Orion produces CB at full capacity in Europe

For pyrolysis operators focused at recycled carbon black (rCB) production this news may help understand the current situation on virgin CB market in Europe and worldwide. Orion Engineered Carbon, a carbon black producing company, is operating almost at full capacity in Europe, according to CEO of the company, Jack Clem. When analyzing all rubber and specialty products that the company produces, Clem stated that Orion had to operate like in mid- or low-90s. He added that Europe is very tight, and the process has got tighter this year. Discussing Orion’s 4th quarter outcomes, Clem also pinpointed that capacity utilizations...

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Used equipment for sale: complete tire recycling line (SOLD)

Used tire recycling line is for sale by Phoenix Industries in Nevada, United States. Manufactured new in 2009 and started operation in 2010 and has less than three years in service. This line is designed to handle 1.5millon – 2millon tires per year. This is a complete line of equipment to process whole car and truck tires into a metal and fiber free crumb rubber. The 2 – 3 T.P.H. process line includes primary shredding, secondary granulation and two stage milling. For more information, price and equipment photos, see the attachment and send your inquiry to...

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Brehmer acquires the assets of Eagle International

Brehmer Mfg. Inc. announced that it has completed the acquisition of assets from Eagle International LLC. The two companies have maintained a longstanding manufacturer-retailer relationship since 1991 to establish the Eagle line of tire recycling equipment. Brehmer Mfg. operated as the designer / manufacturer, while South Dakota based Eagle International LLC performed the marketing and sales functions for the Eagle Brand. The Eagle line of tire recycling equipment currently consists of more than (70) products and maintains a global presence in (27) countries. “We’re very excited about the acquisition and the opportunity to work directly with customers. A direct link...

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Scotland increases efforts to deal with used tire issues

Scotland introduces a new partnership that would encourage entrepreneurs to come up with sustainable business initiatives for used tires within the next five years. Simultaneously, the Scottish Environment Protection Agency (SEPA) is going to take responsibility for development of a sector plan that will outline problems and goals pertaining to used tires, illegal dumping included, and define clear ways to tackle them. To find new opportunities for commercial projects from scrap tires, Entrepreneurial Scotland is determined to collaborate with the Saltire Fellowship business improvement plan. The agency claims that close collaboration with entrepreneurs and business projects can drastically improve...

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Australia to launch world’s first extra-large tire recycling plant in 2018

The world’s first plant specifically designed to recycle extra-large tires, like the ones used on mining vehicles, will start functioning in June 2018 in Perth, Western Australia. Two companies, the Tytec Group and Green Distillation Technologies, which is an international award-winning tire recycling technology provider, are to carry out the project. Tytec Recycling Pty Ltd is based in Perth and was created with aiming to start cost-effective environment-friendly recycling of large tires, also known as off-the-road tires, or OTR. This type of tires is normally used on the large mining dump vehicles and their rim size ranges from 25...

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