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Used Tires 


ANDRITZ MeWa has also shown a pioneering spirit in the processing of scrap tires. The guiding principle for worn, used tires and the waste from manufacturers’ production processes is the same – recycling instead of incineration. The secondary raw materials obtained go back directly into new tires or other products.

The objective of tire recycling is to break down the used tires into their individual components – rubber, steel wire, and textiles.  ANDRITZ MeWa plants recover the raw materials in a three-stage recycling process that achieves highest levels of purity.

First of all, rotary shears break down the tires into large, hand-sized shreds. A granulation line breaks these down in stages to produce rubber granulates of less than 4 mm grain size. The final stage is a thorough separation and cleaning process, which ensures the optimum quality standards of the end product.

A particular innovation by ANDRITZ MeWa is subsequent processing of the cleaned, granulated rubber to turn it into rubber powder. It can be processed directly into moulded pieces without the addition of adhesives, or pressed into shapes. As a genuine secondary raw material, it is reused in the manufacture of technical rubber products. Depending on the type of product, up to 60% of the raw rubber can be saved.



Output

•Tire shreds
•Rubber granulate
•Rubber powder
•Steel wire
•Textile fluff





Input and Output

Applications of rubber moulded products