Raw Materials Suitable for Waste Pyrolysis Equipment and Their Oil Yields

1. General plastics suitable for plastic pyrolysis plant: (Note: PET polyester is not available)

– PVC: PVC (such as plastic films, cable, floor, pipe sheet, pipe, shoes, toys, doors and windows, wire jackets, stationery, etc.) is not easy for pyrolysis;

– Polyethylene: the pure oil yield of PE (such as film, bottles, electrical insulation materials, handbags, water pipes, oil drums, beverage bottles/ calcium milk bottles, daily necessities, etc.) is about 95%;

– Polypropylene: the pure oil yield of PP (such as film, plastic rope, food, pots, barrels, furniture, woven bags, caps, car bumpers, etc.) is about 90%;

– Polystyrene: the pure oil yield of PS (such as electrical appliances, stationery, cups, food containers, household appliances, electrical accessories, foam, toys, etc.) is about 90%;

– ABS engineering plastics: about 40%;

– Pure white plastic sheeting: about 70%;

– Instant noodles bags: about 40%;

– Plastic trademark: about 20%;

– Leftover in paper mill: high waster content: about 15%-20%; dry materials: about 60%;

– Direct fishing out: 12%-15% or so;

– After rinsing: about 33%-40%;

– Sinking materials: about 50%;

– Household garbage: 30-50%, and 20% of miscellaneous materials;

– Pure plastic cable sheath: about 80%;

– Clean plastic bags: more than 50%.

2. General rubber suitable for tire pyrolysis plant:

– Large car tires: about 45% (more steel, less oil);

– Small car tires, bicycle tires: about 35%;

– Rubber cable leather, soles: about 35%; about 30% of mixed soles; about 20%-30% sneakers;

– Waste chemical fiber carpet materials: more than 30%;

– PMMA (plexiglass): about 40%;

– Miscellaneous rubber: about 35%;