A high-level market survey on the tire pyrolysis industry and market (production volumes by regions), convergence of global trends, major partnerships and the state of the top technology manufacturers. This report contains: 1) Introduction & Executive Summary; 2) Status Tire Pyrolysis Industry (market volume 2021, estimated market volume 2025, number of pyrolysis plants by region, etc); 3) Global Trends; 4) High-level overview of Technology Suppliers; 5) High-level overview of Downstream Technology Suppliers; 6) Overview about Industry Best Practices
This tire devulcanization report contains: a detailed introduction to tire devulcanization, taking into consideration the complete product spectrum; a section about understanding the tire devulcanization technology; it will inform about the production process and describe the different equipment types; a list of the major components to be included in a tire pyrolysis plant’s process, including pre-processing; an overview of the markets for tire devulcanization output products; an overview of the major players (technology providers and operators) around the world, summarised by global regions; a general summary of the current and future trends and innovations in the devulcanization industry (this section will include high level economic considerations based on industry successes).
Who’s who in tire pyrolysis – a database of stakeholders in tire pyrolysis with focus on technology developers and operators of pyrolysis plants, spanning all players in the value chain. Weibold continuously surveys the global industry and maintains a database of the stake holders in tire pyrolysis. Focus is given to technology developers and operators of pyrolysis plants, but the entries span all players in the value chain. It includes relevant associations, public and private funding entities, significant off-takers, research institutions, and regulatory authorities. Listings contain not only metadata such as key contact names, internet links, addresses and contact information, but also – where applicable – technology categories, production capacities, actual sales volumes, and a subjective judgement on the readiness of the entities as industrial scale players.
Excerpts of the database can be purchased including a summary of capabilities of operators and technology suppliers, categorized by size, region, capacity, technology type, and product/service type. Database drafts are delivered in PDF report format and as an Excel file with a user license allowing searching, filtering, and sorting of the data using common Excel functions.
This report contains the following items: A detailed introduction to tire pyrolysis, taking into consideration the complete product spectrum (pyrolysis oils (TDO), syngas, and recovered Carbon Black (rCB)). A section about understanding the tire pyrolysis technology. It will inform about the production process and describes the different equipment types. A list of the major components to be included in a tire pyrolysis plant’s process, including pre-processing. An overview of the markets for tire pyrolysis output products. An overview of the major players (technology providers and operators) around the world, summarised by global regions. A general summary of the current and future trends and innovations in the fast-paced pyrolysis industry. This section will include high level economic considerations based on industry successes. A list of major suppliers of tire recycling equipment. The report is delivered in PDF format. Who Benefits These items will be most useful to: Managers who are planning a tire pyrolysis operation Operators of recycling plants contemplating expansion into new markets Investors evaluating a tire pyrolysis investment opportunity Price Price for ordering the report is EUR 2,500.00
An in-depth survey of the technology and business of tire recycling. This report contains the following items: 1) A detailed introduction to tire recycling, taking into consideration the complete product spectrum (TDF, TDA, rubber crumb, powder and steel); 2) An overview about rules, regulations and the current legal framework for tire recycling operators and the use of tire recycling derived products around the world; 3) A section about understanding the tire recycling technology. It will inform about the production process and describes the different equipment types required to successfully recycle tires; 4) A list of the major components to be included in a tire recycling plant’s process, including pre-processing. A list of applications for a tire recycling products and applicable markets; A general summary of the current and future trends and innovations in the fast-paced recycling industry. This section will focus on the latest technologies and techniques to add-value; 5) A list of major suppliers of tire recycling equipment.
A world-wide survey of technologies, products and markets for molded goods made from recycled tire rubber. This report contains the following items: 1) A detailed introduction to the production of molded goods, taking into consideration molded goods available in the market (tiles, playground flooring, rubber florring, gym products, traffic & safety equipment, etc.). 2) An overview about rules, regulations and the current legal framework for tire recycling operators and the use of tire recycling around the world. 3) A section about understanding the molded goods technology. It will inform about the production process and describes the different equipment types required to manufacture molded goods from recycled rubber granules. This section will include information about the required raw materials and different production processes. 4) A recommendation for the major components to be included in the plant’s process, including pre-processing equipment if required. 5) A list of applications for a tire recycling plant output suitable for local and non-local markets. 6) A general summary of the current and future trends and innovations in the fast-paced recycling industry. This section will focus on the latest technologies and techniques to add-value. 7) A list of suppliers of molded goods equipment and relevant international players.
Weibold’s team consists of experts in tire recycling & pyrolysis consulting. We will answer any of your questions about tire recycling and / or pyrolysis business, production technology, trends, discuss your project ideas, give advices for your future business and much more!
Get the benefit of Weibold’s introductory Webinars and Conference Presentations about tire recycling & pyrolysis business in one place. Download the presentations in PDF Format and the webinar videos. This Bundle contains the following items: Introduction to Tire Recycling, Webinar Presentation, PDF Format Introduction to Tire Recycling, Webinar Video, MP4 Format Introduction to Pyrolysis, Webinar Presentation, PDF Format Introduction to Pyrolysis, Webinar Video, MP4 Format Interdependence of rCB and Oils Production due to Economic and Regulatory Constraints, Weibold Presentation, Recovered Carbon Black Conference, Berlin, 21 May 2019, PDF Format
Speaker: Younes Taheri – Key Account Manager.
Contents: This webinar is designed for project initiators, entrepreneurs, tire recyclers or anyone who is contemplating establishing a tire recycling related business, new molded goods projects or diversify their tire recycling business by integrating value-adding processes. On an introductory level, it sheds light on recycled rubber molding technology from theoretical and practical as well as business standpoints.
Speaker: Claus Lamer – Senior Pyrolysis Consultant at Weibold.
Contents: This webinar is designed for project initiators and entrepreneurs or anyone who is contemplating starting or investing in a pyrolysis project. On an introductory level, it sheds light on pyrolysis technology both from theoretical and practical as well as business standpoints. Among others, the webinar will touch upon the following subjects: The demand for pyrolysis products from large-scale industries is high. The supply (still) is much too small. Economic and ecological reasons for the significant upward trend. How waste tires can be turned back into sustainable industrial raw materials. The greenest, most sustainable and economical recycling path for waste tires. Why do big industries have great interest in environmentally friendly recovered pyrolysis products? How the basic chemicals for tire production can be recovered from waste tires in a profitable and environmentally friendly way.
Speaker: Robert Weibold – Expert in Tire Recycling & Pyrolysis Consulting.
Contents: The webinar is designed for newcomers to tire recycling and pyrolysis industry, who would like to learn what this business is about, which products it focuses on, which markets exist, how tire recycling and pyrolysis industry is governed, etc. Apart from the business aspect of tire recycling and pyrolysis, the webinar will be of interest to waste management authorities.
Speaker: Mike Graveman – NE Region Sales Manager at Granutech-Saturn Systems.
Contents: This webinar will present the parts and pieces of a tyre recycling system, from whole tyres to the end use of the tyre products. It will highlight the importance of making good purchasing decisions that start with partnering with a quality equipment supplier. This Webinar will address the following: Where to start when shopping for tyre recycling equipment. Why is it so important what size crumb is required? How to tell whether a tyre plant is suitable for your needs. What makes the parts of a tyre recycling plant?
Speaker: Marco Girotto – R&D Technical Project, MARIS.
Contents: The webinar introduces the rubber devulcanization realized by MARIS co-rotating twin screw extruder. A fully thermo-mechanical process working without the addition of chemicals. After participating to the webinar, attendees will be introduced to an innovative rubber recycling process, receive a good level of understanding about the devulcanization process, be familiar with co-rotating twin screw extrusion technology applied to the devulcanization of rubber, understand the relevant technology and its advantages.
Speaker: Vitaly Khusidman, PhD – CEO and Founder of G3C Technologies (G3CT).
Contents: The webinar is devoted to the topic of recovered carbon black (rCB) and tire pyrolysis. Contents: Three generations of tire conversion technologies. Generation 1 pyrolysis technologies are not focused on rCB production. Generation 2 pyrolysis technologies produce rCB that can be used in tire carcass. “In-rubber performance shift” – factors responsible for limitations of in-rubber performance of the Generation 2 pyrolysis rCB. rCB in-rubber performance prediction model. Generation 3 thermolysis technologies. Upgrading rCB as an approach to mitigate rCB detrimental factors effect. G3C process upgrades rCB – it is a representative of the Generation 3 technologies. G3C rCB demonstrate tread grade in-rubber performance.
Speaker: Peter Jones – Area Sales Manager at ELDAN Recycling.
Contents: This webinar will present all the components that make up a turnkey tire recycling plant, from planning and drawing, to supervision of installation, plant performance guarantees etc. As the circular economy evolves to handle both resource scarcity and the ever-increasing waste amounts worldwide, business starting up will need complete solutions to deliver high-quality products with minimum effort. It also highlights the benefits of letting a company like ELDAN Recycling deliver a complete solution for recycling tires and how it makes life easier for the tire recycler, both experienced and new ones.
Speaker: Giorgio Pallanza – New Business Development Manager at TRS.
Contents: This webinar sheds light on the use of recycled rubber powder in footwear products; it explains the process designed by the Swiss innovative company Tyre Recycling Solutions (TRS). Also, the webinar aims to increase awareness about the benefits of incorporating performing recycled materials in shoe sole in the footwear industry and highlight new pathways to shoe brands to address customer’s demand for sustainability
Speaker: Nora Lardiés Miazza – Chemical Recycling Group at Aimplas.
Contents: This webinar is aimed at companies that want to know the different possibilities that materials from end-of-life tires can offer in terms of new applications and technologies to develop those new products or materials. Speakers: Luis Roca Blay & Nora Lardiés Miazza.
Speaker: Pieter ter Haar – Expert in recovered carbon black (rCB) and pyrolysis, former rubber compounder.
Contents: A large shift in acceptance and perception regarding rubber recycling and the use of more sustainable materials in the tyre and rubber industry has resulted in heightened interest and understanding of Recovered Carbon Black (rCB). One of the critical steps towards large scale adoption will be development of quality control strategies, identifying the appropriate product specifications and standards, and understanding the correlation between rCB properties and their subsequent in-rubber properties. To this end, the ASTM committee D36 on Recovered Carbon Black (rCB) is currently working towards a professionalization of the rCB industry, and is developing test methods and standards to arm producers and end-users with meaningful test methods. This webinar will also provide an update on the current ASTM D36 progress and future objectives.
Speaker: Shane Perl – Technical and commercial expert in the global Carbon Black Feedstock Markets, founder of Alpen Group.
Contents: This webinar is designed for anyone interested in the oil aspect of pyrolysis or carbon black feedstocks. This includes pyrolysis operators, pyrolysis technology providers, investors, feedstock producers & consumers, rCB / vCB consumers, producers and / or distributors. It will cover an introduction to the Carbon Black circular value chain, virgin Carbon Black Feedstocks, “pyoil competition”, and a review of pyoil options from both a technical and commercial perspective.
Speaker: Christian Höfels – Process Technology Development at NETZSCH Trockenmahltechnik GmbH.
Contents: This webinar gives an overview of the state of the art of jet milling technology. Due to the parameters it will become clear that new technologies were required on a dynamic market. Motivated out of this, NETZSCH developed two new systems. The economic E-JET® system and the superfine S-JET® system which is operating with overheated steam. It will be shown, that the S-JET® system is not only for super fine applications, but also for very efficient grinding. The advantages will be introduced and the synergy with industries which already have a steam generation on sight will be shown.