Producing reclaim rubber is the most traditional way of recycling waste tyres. Unfortunately, in the conventional process, the rubber molecules are cut to smaller length by oxidation which causes sharp drop in tensile strength and fall in abrasion properties. This process also causes pollution by emitting effluent waste and obnoxious gasses.
We, at Tinna, follow the latest environmental friendly technology which does not use steam thereby neither producing any effluent nor releasing any foul smell in the atmosphere. In this latest mechanical process, the tensile is retained at a much higher value. Compared with the conventional reclaim having a tensile of 3.5-4.5 mpa, the new technology makes reclaim of 6-10 mpa tensile.
The cost advantage of reclaim is very high as power consumption, labor and machinery utilization goes down tremendously.