Rubber mastication plays a crucial role in the production of various rubber products, including tires, belts, hoses, gaskets, and seals. By effectively masticating the rubber, manufacturers can achieve better mixing of additives, such as fillers, accelerators, and curing agents, resulting in improved properties like strength, flexibility, and durability in the final rubber product.
The global plastic recycling market refers to the industry that collects, processes, and converts used plastic products into new plastic materials. This market is driven by the growing concern for environmental sustainability and the need to reduce plastic waste.
Tyre pyrolysis is the process of using heat in the absence of oxygen to break down used tires into their basic components. The process involves heating the tires to a high temperature, typically between 300 and 500 degrees Celsius, in a reactor vessel.
Plastic can be upcycled in a number of ways, depending on its type and quality. Here are some common methods of upcycling plastic: Mechanical recycling, this involves mechanically grinding down plastic waste into small pellets, which can be melted and molded into new products.
A study by the Center for International Environmental Law (CIEL) estimates that plastic packaging alone is responsible for around 1.8 billion metric tons of CO2 equivalent emissions per year, which is roughly equivalent to the emissions from 189 coal-fired power plants
Crumb rubber is a type of black colored powder that are made from discarded tyre, or other rubber types materials. Here in our facility, we collect discarded synthetic rubber sheets and natural rubber sheets from local footwear factory.
Combination of reduce, reuse and recycle makes circular economy more stronger. Application of a circular economy within the Bangladeshi manufacturing sector is in development stage. It ensures the optimization of resources, reduce the consumption of raw materials, and recover waste by recycling or giving it a second life as a new product. In our factory we deeply believe in circular economy.
Discarded plastic is one of the worlds largest headache right now. Here in our Dhaka factory we turn plastic bags into rubber sheets for local footwear industry. More than 50% of the raw materials are from thrown away single use plastic bags, rest of the raw materials are filler agent, color and some chemical additives.
Glad to share that we (KS Rubber Industries) were able to convert 215 metric ton of thrown away single use plastics into synthetic rubber sheets for footwear and bag-luggage industry during Jan 22-June 22 period. With help from our supplier factory; various grades of plastic bags (LLDPE, LDPE, MDPE, HDPE) are sorted and made into…