Rubber Conversion stands for the world’s leading devulcanization technology, unlocking the potential of valuable raw materials from post-production and post-consumption rubber wastes.
HOW IT WORKS
Rubber Conversion uses a patented technology based on a shear-driven chemical activated process, performed at ambient temperature and pressure. The process performs a selective breakdown of cross polymers Sulphur bonds across a wide range spectrum of Sulphur-based vulcanized compounds, turning rubber wastes into active ingredients for new rubber compounds.
We characterize Polymers by using Thermogravimetric analysis – TGA.
It is the high performance chemical modifier for devulcanizing rubber waste in an automated process and at ambient temperature.
This process breaks down the sulfur links that connect rubber polymer chains in vulcanized rubber, which enables the waste rubber to be reused while retaining most of the original rubber properties.
This superior quality recycled rubber can either be used alone or it can be mixed with a virgin rubber. Usually, compounds consisting of up to 50% of Rubber Conversion’s devulcanized rubber are used on an industrial scale and with a great performance.
Rubber Conversion’s mechanical-chemical process is performed without using any toxic chemicals, it does not emit any hazardous waste or gases and it is 100% environmentally safe. Devulcanization is recognized as the most promissing eco-friendly way to process used tires and rubber waste.
No. Rubber Conversion process can devulcanize Sulphur-vulcanized rubber only.
Our standard pricing model is based on fixed price. However, we can evaluate indexed prices options on a case by case scenario.
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