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Flash point control
Remove low boiling point substances contained in refined pyrolysis oil by applying reduced pressure distillation method.
Gum separation/filtration
The GUM separation process removes the GUM component, which is an impurity contained in refined pyrolysis oil, using solvent extraction.
Heat exchanger (water separation and condensation)
The oil vapor reformed from the catalyst reactor is cooled through a three-stage heat exchanger.
Catalyst reactor (dewax/dechlorination)
After the long chain hydrocarbon ring is cut, it flows into the catalyst reactor.
Gas-liquid separation, gas cleaning
Non-condensable gas undergoes multi-stage gas cleaning and is recycled as fuel for heating the reactor.
Reactor (pyrolysis)
Input the separated and compressed waste plastic and operate the LPG gas burner to heat the reactor.
[Input of waste synthetic resin]
Syn Gas Incinerator
Non-condensable gas (Syn Gas) generated during thermal decomposition is used as a heat source for the reactor, and the remaining gas is incinerated.
The combustion gas exhausted after heating the reactor is discharged into the atmosphere after removing harmful substances such as fine dust, SOX, and NOX through a Scrubber.
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    Input of waste synthetic resin
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    Reactor (pyrolysis)
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    Catalyst reactor/de-waxing & isomerization
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    Gas-liquid separation/cleaning
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    Gum separation/filtration
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    Flash point control
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Industrial Classification code 38210 (non-designated waste disposal business) /
38220 (designated waste disposal business) /
20499 (other unclassified chemical product manufacturing)
Fuel Used LPG, Non-condensable gas
Installation Location Recycling facility permit site, incinerator, recycling sorting plant Yield of Pyrolysis oil Approximately 50%
(varies depending on the nature of the input material and operating conditions)
Throughput Up to 10ton/1 time (reactor capacity 44m³) Pyrolysis oil quality rate Kerosene / diesel grade
(conforms to domestic waste management law standards)
Processing Time Pyrolysis: 14~16hr/batch
Cooling and additional process: Additional 16 hours required
Catalyst Used De-waxing, isomerization and de-chlorination catalysts
(Possible to provide differentiated catalysts for each input raw material)
Reactor Type Rotary Kiln Type Process Support Pyrolysis reactor anti-coking agent, dechlorinator, gum extraction removal process, flash point control process, self-developed functional additives, etc.
Type of Operation Batch input of mixed waste plastic(Batch) Facility Area Approximately 1,157m² (Plant 463.80m²m raw materials 132m², cooling system and incinerator 165.3m², other 395.9m²)
Pyrolysis Temperature 300-480℃ (Typical Range T°) Safety Equipment Explosion proof, pressure safety valve, emergency shutdown system, etc.
Catalyst reactor
Gum separation
Flash point control
Ecocreation complies with the Act on Punishment of Serious Accidents, etc.
(Workplaces with 50 or more employees, ~22.01.24) to minimize management risks resulting from safety accidents.
Polyethylene (PE-polyethylene)
Various containers, packaging films, textiles, liquid detergent container nets, plastic bags, etc.
Polypropylene (PP-polypropylene)
Liquor boxes, containers, cathode ray tubes, packaging strings, bathtub trash bags, CD cases, etc.
Polystyrene (PS-polystyrene)
Instant cup, tableware, toothbrush stand, pipe, milk jug
EPR / Marine waste / Agricultural waste
Marine waste
Agricultural waste
If wax in refined pyrolysis oil is not decomposed and dechlorinated, Environmental Problems may occur (emission of hazardous substances such as dioxins).
Refined pyrolysis oil is produced through cracking reaction that
takes place inside the catalyst reactor using a developed catalyst
(De-waxed, isomerization, and de-chlorination)
in a self-developed catalyst reactor certified as a new technology
by the Ministry of Environment.
Primary produced refined pyrolysis oil contains low boiling point hydrocarbons (naphtha, etc.)
If the naphtha in refined pyrolysis oil is not separated and removed,
it may be exposed to the risk of fire due to its low flash point, and
problems may occur as it does not meet the quality standards for refined
pyrolysis oil (flash point 30°C or higher) based on the Waste Management Act.
To solve this problem, the flash point of refined pyrolysis oil can be adjusted through this process (flash point 30℃ ~ 45℃)
Refined pyrolysis oil produced from waste plastic contains various impurities such as non-volatile residues (GUM).
If impurities such as GUM in refined pyrolysis oil are not removed,
residual substances may stick to the internal combustion engine and
nozzle when used as fuel, which may reduce efficiency or cause mechanical problems.
To solve this problem, GUM can be removed from refined pyrolysis oil through this process.