Description of technology

This plastic waste recycling process is a catalytic method where the materials are transformed in an air-tight environment at a temperature in the range of 420 °C to 490 °C.  Plastic waste first melts then starts boiling in the equipment at atmospheric pressure.  Carbon atoms absorb and transform into chark on the surface of the continuously supplied catalyzer.  In the so called cracking process carbon atoms separating from the chains disengage from the structures causing their decomposition. This is called polymer degradation. The process results in a linear chain hydrocarbon mixture, i.e. oil that is featured with the relatively high percentage of light fractions.

T-Technology® system with parallel cyclic supply of the two (2) reactors  processes a volume of 480,000 kilograms to 560,000 kilograms plastic monthly resulting in a volume of 250,000 kilograms to 350,000 kilograms output, that is a compound of fractions C8 – C34. The system is easy to operate. Running the system is cost economic and does not require a high number of operating personnel. A condition of installation is a smaller building that complies with normal industrial safety and fire prevention requirements.  Due to the applied procedure, i.e. T-Technology® the depolymerisation process is fully supervised and controlled digitally. The computer control always ensures optimal parameters to system operation. The efforts of our group of companies are supported with our broad scale of experiences and regular cooperation with internationally recognized experts. We collaborate exclusively with reliable subcontractors and suppliers in manufacturing of T-Technology® system.

Our developments and practical experiences gained with operating systems enable us to continuous improvement and extension of our technology to the re-use of other organic waste.