Occasionally there are operators around the globe who are disposing pyrolysis equipment no longer in use. Sometimes this equipment is in very good condition and can be re-purposed with a long life expectancy. Such pyrolysis equipment represents a cost effective way to implement new capabilities. Weibold maintains a current list of such operators and can contact others who are known to have planned refurbishments or upgrades, freeing up existing equipment for tire pyrolysis. Weibold’s Used Equipment Search will make available any such opportunities.
Our search will enable you to obtain the most cost-effective solution for a pyrolysis technology supply available on the market today.
Weibold draws on a database of offers for second-hand pyrolysis equipment and will search for specific equipment requests on international markets.
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Weibold is conducting trend, market and technology studies for Clients around the globe. Our Clients include plant operators, investors, lenders, recycling associations, technology providers, and product manufacturers. Now selected cross sections of the knowledge we have collected and pooled in our research database is available for recycling strategists and operators looking for innovations and trends on specific subjects in world-wide markets.
Weibold's Technology Evaluation study will shed light on types of techniques and machinery to enhance quality of recovered carbon black (rCB) and pyrolysis oil. Apart from quality enhancement opportunities, the document will list technologies required to produce consumer goods from tire pyrolysis materials. Recycling tires into materials such as steel-free crumb rubber and fine rubber powder used to be a profitable venture; however, due to market saturation in developed economies, tire recycling companies might want to shift their focus from raw materials to potentially higher-priced consumer goods made from recycled rubber or even virgin rubber which can be replaced by tire-derived materials.
The contents of the Market Research are carefully adjusted to the individual situation of the Client and requirements of the project. The document incldes a comparative overview of traditional tire pyrolysis products, production methods, value adding technologies, and highlights advantages and disadvantages between each type of products.
In the document, Weibold considers the latest developments world-wide in OTR tire pyrolysis and rubber devulcanization technologies. The result of work is a detailed list of technology suppliers qualified for the project and fulfilling its special requirements a) the methods for processing, b) the technical readiness level, c) successful references, d) logistical considerations (weight/volume vs. capital investment), e) and to what extent this application could be applied to the Client's specific situation.