Waste Plastics to Fuel

How does it work?

All plastics are polymers manufactured from the petroleum lighter ends
like propylene, mostly containing carbon and hydrogen and few other
elements like chlorine, nitrogen etc. Polymers are made up of small
molecules called as monomers which combine and form single large
molecule called polymer.

When this long chain of monomers breaks at certain points or when lower
molecular weight fractions are formed this is termed as degradation of
polymer. This is the reverse of polymerization.

In the process of conversion of waste plastic into fuels random De-
Polymerization is carried out in a specially designed Reactor in the
absence of oxygen and in the presence of a proprietary catalyst. The
maximum reaction temperature is 3500C. The plastics are converted
completely into value added fuel products.

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