Breakthrough in the most intelligent waste tire cr

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A breakthrough has been made in intelligent waste tire crushing equipment

recently, the "10000 ton high-efficiency, energy-saving and low-noise waste tire crushing production line and complete equipment" independently developed by Zhejiang lingzheng Environmental Protection Technology Co., Ltd. passed the scientific and technological achievements appraisal organized by the China Petroleum and chemical industry Federation. Recently, the 10000 ton high-efficiency, energy-saving and low-noise waste tire crushing production line and complete equipment independently developed by Zhejiang lingzheng Environmental Protection Technology Co., Ltd. passed the scientific and technological achievements appraisal organized by the China Petroleum and Chemical Industry Federation

professor zhangliqun, doctoral tutor of Beijing University of chemical technology, Professor Cheng Yuan, doctoral tutor of Beijing University of chemical technology, Zhu Jun, President of China tire repair and Recycling Association, Liu Zengyuan, chief engineer of Tianjin Rubber Industry Research Institute, Professor Liu Shuangxi, doctoral tutor of Nankai University, and other experts at the meeting agreed that the technical data of the equipment are complete, the process is advanced, and the technology has reached the international advanced level, Compared with traditional equipment, the production efficiency is improved, and the round shaft is at the lower rate, which greatly reduces the number of workers. Based on the treatment capacity of 10000 tons of waste tires, only the labor cost can save more than 1 million yuan

experts said that this technology uses special cutting tools to cut, with less hanging materials, low energy consumption, little pollution and no waste, which is in line with the characteristics of green environmental protection, low-carbon and energy-saving products after completion

at present, the complete set of equipment has been exported to Japan, South Korea, Brazil, Australia, Kuwait and other countries, and has been promoted and used by some domestic enterprises

relevant industry insiders said that China is the country with the largest amount of waste tires in the world. Although 70% of waste rubber is used for recycling, it is still unable to fill the gap in China's rubber resources

in the comprehensive utilization of waste rubber, rubber powder is an internationally recognized harmless processing and utilization method of waste tires. However, most of the factories producing rubber powder in China are small enterprises, which generally have shortcomings such as low efficiency, high energy consumption, short tool life and so on. Moreover, the quality of rubber powder produced is poor, which is difficult to meet the needs of downstream enterprises. Therefore, this industry is in urgent need of production equipment with high technical content and high technological level

it is understood that this set of equipment of Zhejiang lingzheng is developed on the basis of the LZ series waste tire rubber powder complete set of equipment, aiming at the shortcomings of the traditional crushing equipment of waste tires, such as low automation, low efficiency, high noise and high energy consumption. It has independent intellectual property rights

the cutter matrix of the crusher of this equipment adopts high hardness steel, and the edge welding uses high hardness and large-scale plastic. In the market, there are several 10 grinding wires to replace the traditional welding rods, and the hardness and wear resistance are significantly improved; For the cutter of the shredder, a hook shaped toothed blade structure with adjustable angle is designed, which significantly improves the service life compared with the same type of cutting tools, and has the characteristics of energy saving, safety and less glue hanging

data show that by 2020, China's waste tire output will reach 20million tons. This has worsened China's already fragile ecological environment. Therefore, it is urgent to treat the black pollution caused by waste tires. However, in the traditional recycling process, a large amount of waste is usually produced, which is easy to cause secondary pollution. With the implementation of the new "environmental protection law", the government has increasingly strict environmental protection requirements in the process of industrial production, and the environmental protection pressure of waste tire recycling enterprises is increasing. In this case, the environmental protection role of waste tire crushing equipment is more prominent

it is reported that in the process of crushing waste tires, the equipment can effectively avoid the excessive emission of suspended particles caused by open operation to the environment, and after the treatment of waste tires, steel wire, fiber and rubber powder can be used without waste

after the release of made in China 2025, the trend of green development and intelligent development of waste rubber comprehensive utilization is becoming more and more obvious, and automation and intelligence are just a highlight of Zhejiang lingzheng waste tire crushing equipment. The automatic control system is adopted for the steel wire separation of the ring, which can be completed at one time; The configured David control system adopts BP neural network adaptive control technology to ensure that the equipment is in the best state; The built-in internetaxon consulting company believes that the communication module can realize remote monitoring of the equipment through real-time data acquisition

relevant people said that automation and intelligence have greatly improved production efficiency. After using this set of equipment, the number of workers per 10000 tons only needs 5 people/shift, which is only 33% compared with the average number of workers per shift with the same capacity of similar equipment, which is 15 people/shift. The equipment is also suitable for the comprehensive utilization of waste tires to produce reclaimed rubber and the rubber powder treatment in the early stage of thermal cracking

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