Molecular cleavage system
Up-cycling Used Tires and Plastic

The real circular economy

That allows recovery of raw material

From cost to income – from waste to resource
Manufacturer of plants for molecular scission suitable for obtaining the conversion of matter. State-of-the-art plants with no harmful emissions in accordance with European laws. These plants offer the possibility of being able to Recover some substances contained in the various materials.

Summary of presentation of the pyrolysis plant

Economic incentive :
The financial performance of the plant consists in the fact that starting from plastic or rubber waste it is possible to obtain combustible products that can be sold or used immediately, all with a balanced consumption of electrical and thermal energy.

For some time now it has been known that waste should no longer be considered as a burdensome and difficult to dispose of, but as a material and financial resource. The objective proposed by this plant is therefore to obtain a combustible liquid starting from waste, thus, using waste of plastic materials, rubber and pfu tires, (all low-cost resources) through the pyrolysis process an energy is generated (fuel) clean and durable, which offers a real alternative to the fossil energy resource and generates a significant economic return.


Any type of plastic can be recycled with the normal shredding system, but for this work it must be known exactly the type existing in each waste to be recycled.

This fact is difficult due to the very high number of plastic types on the market. For example, a type of  “mother” plastic, polyethylene, can have over 50 subtypes with different compositions.

The procedure we have obtained with this pyrolysis plant is a system through which raw materials are recovered through the inverse process of plastic / rubber production, effectively avoiding the disposal of plastic or rubber waste in a landfill..

Both plastics and rubber are industrial products resulting from crude oil, which, with a proper pyrolytic heat treatment (pyrolytic cracking), can reach the initial stage as a function of distillation.

Through the pyrolytic cracking procedure, any type of plastic / rubber decomposes, at a certain temperature, into pyrolytic oil, singaz and coal (coal dust).

The quantity of liquid fuel, as well as the secondary products obtained as a result of processing, depends on the characteristics and composition of the raw material (type of plastic, rubber, etc.). L’olio pirolitico, che è compatibile con il CLU (combustibile liquido leggero), può essere utilizzato così com’è per produrre energia elettrica tramite un apposito generatore, se raffinato, come combustibile (es. gasolio o nafta), per la produzione della plastica, energia termica, solvente, ecc.

The singaz is partly used as a direct fuel in co-generation of pyrolysis with a recovery system, in order to considerably reduce the consumption of the same, to complete the production cycle.

Pyrolytic coal can be briquetted and is sold as a secondary fuel used in the industrial process or used in various other sectors.

With the pyrolysis process the material (plastic / rubber) is not burnt, but it is heated without oxygen at a lower temperature than the classical combustion temperature, so the pollution is much lower than the traditional incineration systems.

Operating Method

The splitting of the introduced materials takes place in a thermal reactor, specially designed and sized, at temperatures of 300-500 ° C and with pressure below 0.5 bar.

The entire machining process is meticulously monitored by means of optical and acoustic signaling throughout the working activity.

The plant in question has a load capacity of about 10,000 kg. ie; about 3/6.000 tons / year.

Pyrolysis reactor (position 2-3 of the figure – with a diameter of 2.800 mm and length of 8.000mm) is heated outside by piping the boiling gases to guarantee the temperature necessary for the thermal decomposition process.

Water tank with primary cooling tower with 2 compartments (position 13-14) provided with water cooling system.

The vertical separator (position 6) guarantees the cooling of the gas fractions of the synthesis gas through the circulation of cold water in the mantle, in order to separate the gases according to the density.

The average fraction found in the upper part of the separator, after the evacuation of the light gas fractions, is taken by a conduct and is deposited in the storage tank (position 7).

To maintain the pressure at a maximum of 0.5 bar, a vacuum pump (position 4) is mounted on the reactor boiling gas line, which ensures control of the pressure in the reactor.

The storage tank (position 8) for collecting average fractions is provided with a level monitoring system and content transfer pump which starts automatically, when the maximum level established is reached, towards the external storage tanks.

The tank for the collection of light fraction (position 5) is foreseen with a system of level monitoring and content transfer pump that starts automatically when the maximum level is reached, with direction towards the external storage tanks.

The pyrolysis gas resulting from thermal decomposition with the separation of the medium and light fractions in the two collecting tanks also contains a non-condensable fraction, remaining in the gaseous state and is reintroduced into the plant’s power supply mixed with methane gas.

The aspirated gases are directed before the evacuation to the washing filter provided inside with the system to increase the contact surface between the washing water and the burnt gases with dust content. The gases enter the filter following the route from the bottom upwards and are evacuated through a dispersion chimney (position 12) with a height of 10 meters.

The wash water from the burnt gas filter is drawn into the recirculation basin of the cooling water divided into 3 compartments




Approximation  %


(PE) Polyethylene


Domestic trash plastic





(ABS) Acrylonitrile butadiene styrene


(PS) Polystyrene


Rubber cables


Plastic cables




Marine cables


Land contaminated with


% based on the


Plastic bags


(PVC) Polyvinyl chloride


Big tires


(PET) Polyethylene terephthalate

Not suitable or modified

Example: with a l d of ciabatta tires of about 10,000 kg. you can get:

up to 4,000 kg. of     rbon blackand about 5,000 kg. of fuel oil sufficien t to generate a megawatt of electricity prop    tionate to the needs of about 350 apartments.

HMNU Green Energy Pyrolysis Reactor L&H 30-200

What is pyrolysis:

Said Pyrolysis, gasification, molecular splitting, etc. always indicate the same thing to decompose, that is, the biomass (wood, pruning, manure, garbage). Biomass is mainly composed of hydrogen and carbon. Both are an incredible source of energy.

The importance of pyrolysis:

There is no reason in the world to go underground for energy (oil, coal, etc.) when there is tens of thousands of times more energy than biomass on the surface. On the other hand, oil was previously biomass. We simply accelerate a process that takes millions of years in minutes.

The secret of good pyrolysis:

The temperature: It is necessary to reach and exceed 1000 °C only in this way the cleavage is complete, clean and without residues. A car that does not exceed a thousand degrees is dirty, oily, smelly. Basically worse than an old steam locomotive. Reaching and exceeding 1000 ° C is very complex and requires great expertise and some technological secrets. If the plant is small it is even more problematic, in fact typically the pyrolysis plants are located in large dedicated warehouses. Ours, on the other hand, is an apartment. Large objects retain heat well, small ones do not: a pin at 1000 ° C cools in a few seconds, the earth is still hot since the dawn of time. It is only our high technology that allows you to obtain a very high temperature in a 200KW device. The technology that we use is a so called “A Dielectric overheating effect“.

Problems solved and major innovations:
The future of the world:

All nations in the world agree that the energy future of the country is not in oil, it is not in photovoltaic’s, it is not in wind but in biomass.

Production versatility:

Technical Data

* By-products from agricultural activities, from green management and from forestry activities; By-products from food and agro-industrial activities; By-products from industrial activities; Sewage sludge.