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Is waste tire to oil plant profitableļ¼Ÿ

May 22, 2019 by pyrolysispalnt  

Everyone wants to make a good profit from his business. Many people feel puzzled when they know about the waste tire to oil plant for the first time. Can the waste tire to oil plant make money? We may wish to firstly understand the principle of the waste tire to oil plant.

Waste tire to oil plant use high-temperature pyrolysis principle to crack oil and gas from various wastes such as used tires, waste plastics, rubber, medical waste, etc. After the pyrolysis process, these wastes can eventually be transformed into useful resources such as fuel oil, carbon black, etc.

These regenerated resources can ease energy shortages and create enormous economic benefits. Fuel oil has always been a hot demand around the world. So there is no doubt that investing in waste tire to oil plant is profitable.The end product of waste tire to oil plant has a good sales market and a wide range of applications. cof The main product produced by waste tire to oil plant is fuel oil, and the oil yield rate can reach 45%-55%. It is widely used as fuel for iron plants, power plants, cement factories, brick plants and so on. It can also be reprocessed into diesel by the use of DOING waste oil distillation plant to achieve a wider range of applications and higher profits.

Carbon black can be used for building clay bricks or as a fuel. If further processed by DOING carbon black grinding machine, carbon black can be further processed into N220, N330 carbon black, which has higher value and wider application. In addition, it can also press the ball to burn and burn.The steel wire can be sold directly or recycled to produce new steel products.

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