Plan for Scrap Tires
We Will "Re-Cycle"
The Raw Materials
Pyrolysis technology (heating material in the absence of oxygen)
has been around for hundreds of years. Charcoal is made through
partial pyrolysis. Current methods of manufacturing virgin carbon
black use partial pyrolysis. Mr. Franz Rotter, a German engineer-scientist
developed this initial Pyrolysis technology with scrap tires. He
is reported to have built tire Pyrolysis plants in Germany and
France. Mr. Rotter immigrated to Portland Oregon in the early 1980’s
and collaborated for the construction and implementation of a tire
re-cycling facility located in eastern Pennsylvania. This base
plant came on stream in 1985 and was recently de-commissioned but
for many years produced high grades of carbon black and plasticizer
Devising current production methodologies to remove entrained
carbon black from the oil to produce a water white liquid and to
remove microscopic particles of steel and fiberglass from the carbon
black was the current engineering objective.
This current patented process is “unique” when compared
to other tire recycling projects. This process can recover the
virgin quality raw materials used in the manufacturing of a tire
which makes our process truly a recycling of a consumer product
not a reuse of existing product.
This process yields carbon black, black toner products and a clear
chemcial grade processing plasticizer (or extender) oil. Learn
Brittney Limited has committed to develop and install up to twenty
(20) plant sites worldwide over an eight-year period. Brittney
will own and operate the initial sites through its subsidiary, Britteny
For sites not owned, Brittney will turnkey the license, construction,
and implementation of the specific plant complex. Brittney may
also become the licensed operator of the facility. This construction
and implementation will include: all equipment required for commercial
operation of the process, including but not limited to a minimum
of three reactor vessels, shredders, control equipment, enhancement
equipment, on-site laboratory equipment, packaging equipment, storage
vessels, scales, and other equipment utilized at a Plant Complex.
A typical plant operating at full capacity will process up to 2.4
million tires per year.
See a list of possible plant sites>>>