PLASTIFUEL 100 - Plastics to Diesel/Petrol Type Fuel Depolymeriser.
Plastifuel is a Plastics to Fuel depolymeriser where certain plastics are heated in a oxygen free environment and then distilled to produce over 100 litres of Diesel/Petrol type fuel from plastics like Poly Prolylene (PP).
90% Plastic to Fuel conversion rate: 1KG Poly Propylene =900ml Diesel/Petrol type combination.
It takes approximately 1 1/2 hours to get the system to 300 Degrees Celciuss.
From 300 to 350 degrees you get a multifuel, from temperatures over 350 degrees the pertrol/nafta is split off and a light diesel gas oil is left in the primary condenser.
The system can take condensed pure plastic loads of up to 100kg, experience has shown that when you insert bags and pieces of plastic you get a lower KG density load in the system. This will result in you running the system for 3 to 4 times per day to get over 100 litres of fuel per day.
The PLASTIFUEL 100 produce more than 100 litres per day.
Use Gas, Wood, Charcoal and excess gas from the Plastifuel for heating the system.
No power equired.
The diesel is basically a Light Diesel Gas Oil and the Petrol is a Petrol/Nafta type fuel.
The fuel is not up to spec and it is impossible to get standard grade fuel with this entry level depolymeriser.
We suggest to use to system to convert plastics to these fuels foe own use in older basic engines or as a burner fuel.
We do not recommend to use the fuel a s a primary transportation fuel for new Common Rail engines.
Petrol/Nafta Type from Poly Propylene Printer Cartridges
Multifuel from Poly Propylene Printer Cartridges
Diesel Type from Poly Propylene Maize Bags
All About Plastics
One of the shortages that everyone expects to occur in a power grid-down situation is a shortage of any type of fuel. For this reason, some people have at least one vehicle that runs off of diesel, and have put a system together to make their own bio-diesel. But now, there’s something new to add to the mix — making your own diesel and even petrol out of scrap plastic.
Most plastics are petroleum products, so we shouldn’t be surprised that they can be converted back to fuels that we can burn. Basically, this can be done by the same method that petroleum is refined in the first place, factional distilling. Distilling is the process of separating mixed liquids by heating them to their evaporation point and then condensing them back down to a liquid. Fractional distilling is merely doing the same thing at several different temperatures, so that several different liquids can be drawn off.
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More About Poly Propylene
Polypropylene is a member of a group of plastics known as polyolefins. Structurally, it is similar to polyethylene, the difference being that every other carbon in the backbone chain has a methyl group attached to it. The position of the methyl group on the polymer chain can be regulated during polymerisation to form products with different properties.
This hardy, versatile polymer is easy to mould or extrude and also has the right balance of toughness and flexibility to make hinged products. It holds colour well, doesn’t absorb water and is ideal for such robust applications as moulded car bumpers, luggage and storage boxes, fibres, woven bags and carpet backings, houseware and tools. The hollow nature of the fibre gives it excellent water (and sweat) absorption properties in clothing and other fabrics.
• Exterior trim
• Battery cases
Health and Medical
• Medical trays
• Specimen bottles
• Pharmaceutical tablet
• Baby nappies
• Sanitary napkins
• Bottle tops and closures
• Yoghurt cups
• Margarine tubs
• Ice-cream containers
• Paint containers
• Corrugated board
• Tool cases
• Garden tools
• Shopping trolleys and baskets
• Cooler boxes & storage
• Briefcases and luggage
• Vacuum cleaners
• Food and confectionery eg.
• Clothing protection
• Sweet wrappers
• Stationery tape
• Bottle labels
• Flower sleeves
• Chocolate wrap
• Tape and strappings
• Staple fibres
• Woven sacks and bags
• Ropes, twine and yarn
• Woven fabrics
• Landfill liners
• Carpets and upholstery
• Carpet backing
Other Consumer Products
• Outdoor furniture
• Coat hangers
• Decorative ribbon
• Chair shells
• Hair extensions
• Disposable diaper liners
Recor (pty) Ltd do not take any responsibility for damage to vehicles, generators or machinery as well as damage to property or personnel while operating the system. The use of the Plastifuel is purely at own risk and for own use. We have built is certain safety features in the system but we recommend following the operation manual guidelines. We do not recommend or promote selling the fuel in the open market.