Australian recycler to test new heat-to-energy technology

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Warren, New South Wales — Tire recycler Green Distillation Technologies will conduct the first industrial trials on a new thermoelectric device from the US that converts heat to electric power, the company said in a release.

The devices, which fit around the exhaust flue, are somewhat similar to rooftop polyvoltaic panels used in solar energy generation, the tire recycler said.

This will constitute the first field trials of the devices anywhere in the world,…

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Tire Derived Fuel Market to Undertake Strapping Growth 2018 – 2026

2026 Albany, NY — ( SBWIRE ) — 02/17/2019 — Tire derived Fuel Market – Snapshot Tire-derived fuel (TDF) is fuel derived from all kinds of scrap tires. It may include whole tires or tires processed into uniform, flowable pieces that satisfy specifications of end-users.

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Hankook Tire to supply racing tire to the 2019 Radical Australia Cup

Hankook Tire announced it will be the sole supplier to the 2019 Radical Australia Cup, a high-performance sports car racing cup in the Australia and New Zealand region.

Radical cars, a United Kingdom sports car, will be entering the motorsports fitted with Hankook Tire’s high-performing racing tires, the ‘Ventus F200’ and ‘Ventus Z217’.

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Rubber Processing Chemicals Market to exceed $5.3bn by 2025: Global Market Insights, Inc.

Rubber Processing Chemicals Market is set to reach USD 5.31 billion by 2025; according to a new research report by Global Market Insights, Inc. The rubber processing chemicals market will be primarily driven by rapidly increasing automobile industry. According to latest OICA reports global automobile sale in 2017 was 97 million vehicles. This massive size of the automobile industry shall fuel the product demand in near future. In addition, positive growth number from the construction industry are likely to help the rubber processing chemical market to grow further. Product is used in the construction industry in roofing materials, floor covering, sound insulators and sealants.

 

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Global new car sales: the key trends and what they mean for the future

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In a world characterised by political uncertainties, the automotive industry provides one global constant – the onward march of China’s new car market. China overtook the US as the world’s biggest car market in 2010 and last year consolidated that position with 25.7 million cars sold – that’s eight million more than the US.

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Pearl Global plans its first tire production plant after government approvals

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Pearl Global Limited has begun commissioning its first production plant after receiving Australia’s Queensland state government, environmental and council approvals for its unique process to convert waste tires into valuable secondary products.

Pearl Executive Chairman Gary Foster said, “This is a turning point for used tire processing in Australia. We are the first company in Australia to receive licenses for the thermal treatment of rubber, to reclaim and recover valuable products for resale.

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Year in review: Global tire players transform footprint

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The global tire industry almost saw another big merger in 2017, but there was plenty of other activity keeping firms busy in the year. From new investments to new structures, here are four of the biggest events within the tire sector.

Doublestar tries to buy Kumho

It looked for a moment another big-time tire merger was about to happen.

Doublestar Tire Co. Ltd. had agreed to acquire Kumho Tire Co. Inc. for about $830 million in March, but in September Kumho creditors rejected the deal after Doublestar allegedly asked for the price to be reduced by 16 percent amid disputes over trademark rights.

The deal is on thin ice as both sides were…

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Where the rubber not only hits, but is in, the roads

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Where the rubber hits the road Where the rubber not only hits, but is in, the roads. Pic: supplied The Australian X Few motorists would realise that the rubber their car rolls on can, when it reaches the end of its life, become better roads for the same drivers to enjoy. With Australia generating 56 million used tyres per year, there is huge potential to turn an environmental challenge into an opportunity to improve Australia’s roads.

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High-tech manufacturing turning old tyres into better irrigation systems

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High-tech manufacturing turning old tyres into better irrigation systems High-tech manufacturing turning old tyres into better irrigation systems The Australian X It seems unlikely that discarded tyres could help valuable crops grow but that is exactly what the work of two Geelong based joint high-tech manufacturing companies is making happen.

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Automotive Tire Socks Market Growth Overview and Forecast by Technavio

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The global automotive tire socks market is expected to grow at a CAGR of around 7% during the forecast period, according to Technavio’s latest report. The global automotive tire socks market is expected to grow at a CAGR of around 7% during the forecast period, according to Technavio’s latest report. This Smart News Release features multimedia.

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