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Advanced technology and plant for recycling wastes of tires production and worn tires.

At 3R Technology, we are dedicated to revolutionizing the tire and rubber recycling industry with our cutting-edge technology that uses ozone treatment. Our technology is protected by international patents and adheres to international standards for tire recycling.

Our innovative process utilizes ozone treatment to separate rubber from steel and textile reinforcements, resulting in high-quality rubber crumb that is free from steel wire and synthetic fibers.

For maximum efficiency in the processing of tires for large trucks, SUVs, as well as aviation rubber, we offer additional cooling of tires to cryogenic temperatures. In this case, our technology will include freezing equipment for separating rubber from steel and textile reinforcement, thanks to which we can process almost the entire range of tire types and sizes.

 

In addition, our recycled rubber devulcanization process ensures that the reclaimed rubber compound we receive is of the highest quality, making it suitable for use in new tires, rubber flooring, playground surfaces, asphalt additives, automotive part, sports equipment etc. It may be used also to produce footwear, building materials, adhesives and sealants, paints and coatings, etc.

 

Our process consumes less energy than traditional mechanical and cryogenic methods and is environmentally friendly. We adhere to international tire recycling standards and have been certified by several international organizations for the high quality of our reclaimed rubber compound and the absence of synthetic fibers and steel wire in the final product.

Our technology is especially economically viable, with a plant productivity of 300 kg/h to 800 kg/h.

Discover how our technology can benefit your business and the planet.

The benefits of our technology and plant include:

  • Specialized machines and equipment for the efficient processing of waste tires and other rubber waste.

  • Apparatus for the destruction of tire rubber using ozone gas and separation of rubber crumb and chips.

  • Apparatus for intensive freezing of rubber.

  • Machine for freezing tires and separating frozen rubber from the cord.

  • Plant for de-vulcanization of rubber crumb and chips.

  • Continuous recycling of tire production waste and other rubber waste products.

  • Low electric energy consumption, with an average of 220-250 kWh per ton of recycled tires, compared to 560-680 kWh for cryogenic processing and 940-1100 kWh for mechanical tire recycling.

  • The de-vulcanization process results in a rubber composition that is the same as the original tire structure.

  • Clean rubber crumb without synthetic fibers and steel wires.

  • Reduced number of technological operations, resulting in a smaller production area and fewer attendants.

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