Tyre recycling technology MOLECTRA IS ENEMY no 1 OF MOSQUITOS
Waste tyres consist of approximately 70-80% on average of rubber, with the remainder being a combination of reinforcing materials (steel wires and plastic fibrous cords).
The Molectra® process is remarkably flexible technology for the 21st century,with the ability to switch between production streams to satisfy market demands. The finely ground rubber is used by bitumen roads construction; tile adhesive industries and used to manufacture rubber products (replacing virgin rubber); a dedicated amount of rubber can be processed in the MolectraVac (vacuum microwave) unit to extract the oils and hign quality carbon (approximately 1:1 ratio).
Unlike all other tyre recycling methods, the Molectra® technology completely eliminates pollution and disposal problems as well as all associated costs, while extracting valuable commodities to supply to many different markets.
The process firstly involves the complete recovery of all components which on average consist of:
|1) Rubber||70% (truck)||70% (car)|
|2) Steel||27% (truck)||15% (car)|
|3) Fibres||3%(truck)||15% (car)|