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Video: Recovered Carbon Workshop 2020

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This is a 3h recording of the virtual Recovered Carbon Black Workshop 2020 “From niche industry to commercial mainstream”, which was organised by Smithers and Wolfersdorff Consulting Berlin.


Price: 399 €


Agenda:

1. Introductions of participants and agenda

2. Current status of the tyre pyrolysis industry

2.1. Tire recycling processes

2.2. Recovered Carbon Black

2.3. Top 10 countries for recovered carbon black

2.4. Recovered Carbon Black applications

2.5. Technology choices

2.6. recent developments

2.7 Impact of COVID-19 on the rCB industry

2.8. 2020/2028 global demand and supply

3. rCB quality specifications & quality categories

3.1. How to define rCB beyond the ASTM definition

3.2. Required test methods

3.3. Quality categories rCB1, rCB2 and rCB3

3.4. Quality control & required technologies

3.5. rCB masterbatch colour comparison

4. Success stories & what we can learn from them

4.1. Intro

4.2. Acquisition strategy: Pyrolyx

4.3. Strategy: BB&G

4.4. Go-to-market: Enrestec

4.5. Go-to-market: Carbon Resources Recovery – Klean Industries

4.6. Technology development: Tyrebirth

4.7. Technology development: Contec

4.8. Application development: Polimix Ambiental (plus comments by Breno Asprino)

4.9. Specialties development: Black Bear Carbon

4.10. Specialties development: Kaltire (plus comments by Scott Farnham)

4.11. Specialties development: Bolder Industries

5. Closing words


This workshop recording is in English language. The downloadable files include a video in mp4 format and the presentation in PDF format.


This workshop recording is for everyone interested in recovered carbon black and details on the state of the technology in this industry.


Martin von Wolfersdorff is a consultant and world expert on carbon black (7 years experience) and recovered carbon black (5 years experience).

Description

This is a 3h recording of the virtual Recovered Carbon Black Workshop 2020 “From niche industry to commercial mainstream”, which was organised by Smithers and Wolfersdorff Consulting Berlin.


Price: 399 €


Agenda:

1. Introductions of participants and agenda

2. Current status of the tyre pyrolysis industry

2.1. Tire recycling processes

2.2. Recovered Carbon Black

2.3. Top 10 countries for recovered carbon black

2.4. Recovered Carbon Black applications

2.5. Technology choices

2.6. recent developments

2.7 Impact of COVID-19 on the rCB industry

2.8. 2020/2028 global demand and supply

3. rCB quality specifications & quality categories

3.1. How to define rCB beyond the ASTM definition

3.2. Required test methods

3.3. Quality categories rCB1, rCB2 and rCB3

3.4. Quality control & required technologies

3.5. rCB masterbatch colour comparison

4. Success stories & what we can learn from them

4.1. Intro

4.2. Acquisition strategy: Pyrolyx

4.3. Strategy: BB&G

4.4. Go-to-market: Enrestec

4.5. Go-to-market: Carbon Resources Recovery – Klean Industries

4.6. Technology development: Tyrebirth

4.7. Technology development: Contec

4.8. Application development: Polimix Ambiental (plus comments by Breno Asprino)

4.9. Specialties development: Black Bear Carbon

4.10. Specialties development: Kaltire (plus comments by Scott Farnham)

4.11. Specialties development: Bolder Industries

5. Closing words


This workshop recording is in English language. The downloadable files include a video in mp4 format and the presentation in PDF format.


This workshop recording is for everyone interested in recovered carbon black and details on the state of the technology in this industry.


Martin von Wolfersdorff is a consultant and world expert on carbon black (7 years experience) and recovered carbon black (5 years experience).

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