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Aug 29, 2016 12:31 EST

Relaston: Devulcanisation without De-polymerisation of waste rubber – huge amounts of waste rubber could be brought back into original manufacturing cycle

iCrowdNewswire - Aug 29, 2016

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Relaston

Geneva, CH-1208, Switzerland
Materials
www.relaston.de

Devulcanisation without De-polymerisation of waste rubber – huge amounts of waste rubber could be brought back into original manufacturing cycle.

Based on the Know-how – which is protected by international patent legislation – and the associated process technologies, gigantic amounts of waste rubber of all kinds could be brought back into the original manufacturing cycle. New products of equal or in part even better quality would result, with prices significantly below world market levels. In the final analysis this would also have notable effects on the worldwide crude oil markets.

Management

President Executive Officer
Gerhard Krieg

Gerhard KriegI am active since 1994 in the area of the rubber recycling. It is to be attained to my team and me successfully patents of the chemical surface activation as well as the Replastification or rubber. This our procedure is called in the field Devulcanisation without Depolymerisation. These patents revolutionize together the worldwide synthetic rubber recycling market. In addition, some and up to now unpatented applications are still prepared by recycled rubber.

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Company Age Employees Sub-Industry
Synthetics

 

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Privately-Held
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