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STEP 01 - RECLAIM

Rubber crumb or granulate can be produced using ambient, cryogenic or wet grinding techniques. Ambient ground crumb of a defined size is the first step in producing a high value devulcanized rubber recyclate for reuse using Recyclatech’s Technology.

STEP 02 - RECYCLE

Recyclatech's Technology uses patented biotechnological intellectual property to devulcanize rubber crumb from waste tyres and for the processed material to re-enter the high value markets of the materials chain.

STEP 03 - REENGINEER

Recyclatech’s reprocessed rubber can be substituted for natural and synthetic virgin rubber at approximately 50% of the cost.

CASE STUDIES

Featured Case Study Background Large scale demonstration at CPI, Wilton Centre

Full Scale Validation of Recyclatech’s...

25/06/2012

Recyclatech has been working on the scale up of the devulcanisation process and run a pilot plant treating...

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Devulcanisation Liquor Product valuable soil conditioner and fertiliser

07/11/2011

The devulcanisation technology represents a closed-loop (Zero Waste) process that does not produce any polluting chemical substances as both the devulcanised crumb...

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Recyclatech's process removes sulphur cross links from rubber crumb

13/02/2009

Recyclatech has developed a process for the devulcanisation of waste rubber crumb of different sizes. Sulphur removal from the crumb has been...

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Case Study Image Border Solid rubber tyre moulded using 30% Recyclatech devulcanized rubber crumb

Recyclatech solid tyre mobile cradle

12/02/2009

Recyclatech's devulcanised rubber granulate has been used to produce a moulded solid tyre containing 30% devulcanisate. The product that acts as a...

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