Recovered carbon black; material characterization and in-rubber performance: Sustainable future of tire manufacturing

Arqam Anjum, Hubert Gojzewski (Contributor), Wilma K. Dierkes (Contributor), Anke Blume (Contributor)

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Abstract

Carbon black is widely used as a reinforcing filler in tire industry.This project aims to recover high quality carbon black from used tires using a novel pyrolysis process. The influence of process temperature on the recovered carbon black(RCB) properties was studied. Pyrolysis was carried out using passenger car tire(PCT) feedstock at temperatures of 500°C(PCT500) and 550°C(PCT550). Material properties and in-rubber performance were compared to a reference carbonblack commonly used in tires.
Original languageEnglish
Publication statusPublished - 10 Dec 2018
EventM2i Conference 2018: Meeting Materials - NH Leeuwenhorst, Noorwijkerhout, Netherlands
Duration: 10 Dec 201811 Dec 2018

Conference

ConferenceM2i Conference 2018
CountryNetherlands
CityNoorwijkerhout
Period10/12/1811/12/18

Keywords

  • Circular economy
  • Waste tire pyrolysis
  • Recovered carbon black

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