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Case studies - Rubber

  • Essai
  • Plan d'accès

Storage, deconditioning, conveying, dosage, micro-ingredients preparation, incorporation banbury mixer arm type "Z".

The production of rubber mixtures can involve between 10 and 20 ingredients (sulphur, organic peroxide, zinc oxide, magnesia oxide, blowing agents, calcium carbonate, barite, carbon black, Kevlar, talc, precipitated silica, Teflon...). All these components are introduced with precise weight control into the "banbury" or "Z-arm type" mixer.


Preparation process for the micro-ingredients

Processed powders: micro-ingredients - Tire production line - Dynamic storage and manual dosing of minor ingredients.

Bag unloading station for reactor loading

Processed powder: very dusty and toxic bulk material - Loading tank - The objective of the installation is to contain the powder to avoid any dispersion during the different stages of conveying.

Process for feeding 2 lines of carbon black from flowbins

Processed powders: 2 references of carbon black (micro pearl) - Rubber calendering line - The facility includes 2 container discharge systems that supply 2 mixing lines with powdered carbon black.

Preparation and dosing workstation for metal powders

Processed powders: metallic powder (bulk density 5) - Skid for metallic powder - The powder is vacuumed from its initial packaging and stored in a drying tank.

The storage of powders (calcium carbonate, barite) is carried out in silos. Big bag discharging stations ensure the loading of carbon blacks according to the different grades.
Weighing hoppers allow the preparation of the doses before introduction into the mixer. A "skid" station for the preparation of pre-weighing is located along the line to ensure that the "recipe" is carried out.
Pre-weighing is carried out manually by an operator on an ergonomic weighing station or automatically via a carousel of weight screw feeders

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