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Recycling Rubber Projects

 Recycling Rubber Projects
Recycling Rubber Projects
Product Code : Project Report
Product Description
Reclaim Rubber (Rubber Reclaimation Unit)

By the application of heat and chemical agents followed by intense mechanical working to ground vulcanised scrap or worn out rubber  tires,  tubes and waste rubber articles, a substantial regeneration on devulcanisation of the rubber compound to its original plastic state is effected, thus permitting the  product to be compounded, processed and revulcanised. Reclaiming is essentially depolymerisation and misnomerically called "devulcanisation"  although combined sulphur is not removed. By this depolymerisation, the reclaimed rubber shows decreased resistance to deformation at ordinary temperature; thus loosing its elastic nature and become less resistant to compression, stretching or swelling. Reclaimed rubber was born because a secondary source of rubber was urgently needed. Entire rubber industry was growing so fast in the early days and there was  no enough  crude rubber to substantiate the demand. Reclaim  rubber soon become indispensable. Apart from this, tire pose a disposal problem and therefore utilized as basic raw material in the form of ground vulcanised waste (crumb  rubber) or converted  to reusable  state-reclaimed rubber. Because of short break-down and mixing time, the power consumption during break-down and mixing, low temperature required in calendering and extrusion, non-critical calendering temperature  penetration to fabric,  tack improvement,  minimising sulphur   bloom, forming of uncurved stock, low swelling and shrinkage on extrusion and calendering, low thermoplasticity, high rate of cure and cheaper rubber/filler are important considerations in the mind of the compounder in  deciding  upon regular use of reclaim for low cost, energy, conservation and efficient processing steps even with new generation polymers to achieve desired  optimum properties. Reclaimed rubber is primarily used in the manufacture of cycle tyres, Rickshaw tyres, Battery Boxes, Automobile tyres and other moulded rubber  goods.  

Cost Estimation
Plant Capacity  15 MT./Day
Land & Building (Area 5000 sq.mt.)  Rs. 5.63 Cr.
Plant & Machinery  Rs. 2.11 Cr.         
W.C. for 3 Months  Rs. 4.89 Cr.           
Total Capital Investment  Rs. 13.08 Cr.              
Rate of Return  55%   
Break Even Point  36%

Note: ITI can modify the Capacity and Project Cost based on your requirement.

Contents of the Project Reports

Introduction
Uses and Applications
Properties
Market Position
Present Manufacturers
Detailed Process of Manufacture
Formulations
B.I.S. Specifications
Process Flow Sheet Diagram, Plant Layout,
Cost Economics with Profitability Analysis
Capacity
Land & Building Requirements with Rates
List & Details of Plant and Machinery with their Costs
Raw Materials Details/List and Costs
Power & Water Requirements
Labour/Staff Requirements
Utilities and Overheads
Total Capital Investment
Turnover
Cost of Production
Break Even Point
Profitability
Land Man Ratio
Suppliers of Plant & Machineries and Raw Materials
Cash Flow Statement
Repayment Schedule
Interest Chart
Depreciation Chart
Projected Balance Sheet for 5 Years etc.
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