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Profit Analysis of Plastic Pyrolysis Plant

A Pyrolysis Plant has a tremendous ROI. To demonstrate the same we are showing below how your investment will be paid  back in just couple of months after starting the plant. The below is a sample calculation. S.N Other Contingent Expenses (per month) Amount (Rs.) USD 1  Postage and Stationery 2000 32.79 2 Telephone 3000 […]


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Continuous or Batch Type Plastic Pyrolysis Plant

Continuous or Batch Type Plastic Pyrolysis Plant There are different types of pyrolysis plant available but can be divided in to three types. Continuous: You feed material on one side and remove carbon continuously from the other side Semi continuous: Where you fill the reactor with the raw material and take a process and then […]


Design Consideration for Selection of Reactor for Pyrolysis Plants

Difference in pyrolysis reactor design and what you should look for? Most important ensure the material is 516 gr 70 This is the best material we can use for the budget target of 40 -50 lakhs. Ukraine made plates are the best. Coming to design, You have flat head or cone ends and dish ends […]

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Tyre to Plastic Pyrolysis Plant Conversion

Should a batch tyre plant be converted to waste plastic plant?   Hi everyone, Off late with the crude oil prices going down people want to try different and cheaper raw materials which will give them better yield. I would like to highlight few of the problems and concerns in doing this. 1. The reactor […]


Explosion in Pyrolysis Plant

Following 3 factors are responsible for explosions in pyrolysis plants: The reactor will create methane, ethane, propane, butane and so on from the tires / plastic during heating. These gases should be prevented from re-entering the reactor. Leakage of Oxygen into the Reactor. Most Critical. Lack of Process Control. When these 3 factors combine, it […]

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5th generation V/S 4th Generation Cooling Condensers in Pyrolysis Plant 1

Vertical condenser:  4th Generation Equipment Design length of pipe 1.5m, diameter of pipe 32mm, 57 pipes in each condenser, Cooling area= 3.14*0.032*1.5*57=8.59 sq.meter 5 vertical condensers cooling area is 42.95 sq.meter. Horizontal condenser: 5th Generation Design length of pipe 3m, diameter of pipe 48mm, 69 pipes in each. Cooling area= 3.14*0.048*3*69=31.19 sq.meter 2 horizontal condenser […]