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Continuous Pyrolysis Plant

Continuous pyrolysis plant from Beston adopts modular design so that it is easy to transport, install and replace. More importantly, it is of continuous design, which means feeding, pyrolysis, and discharging take place simultaneously. This design can greatly improve the pyrolysis efficiency and safety. Beston has installed continuous pyrolysis units in the Philippines, South Africa, Romania, etc. successfully. Welcome to contact us for more details.

Continuous Pyrolysis Plant in Romania
Continuous Pyrolysis Plant in Romania
Continuous Pyrolysis Plant in South Africa
BLL-20 Pyrolysis Plant in South Africa
Continuous Pyrolysis Plant in Philippines
Continuous Pyrolysis Plant in Philippines

Beston Continuous Pyrolysis Plant for Sale

Today we have a model of continuous pyrolysis plant for sale, which is certificated by CE, ISO, SGS. It can process 20-30 tons of raw materials, including old tires, plastic, rubber, etc. Through pyrolysis, you can get pyrolysis oil, carbon black and combustible gas. Below are more parameters for your reference.

BLL-20 Continuous Pyrolysis Plant
BLL-20 Continuous Pyrolysis Plant
Daily Capacity13-16T20-30T
Working MethodSemi-ContinuousFully Continuous
Raw MaterialsWaste Plastic, Tyre, Rubber, Oil Sludge
Reactor SizeD2.8m*L7.1mD1.8m*L18.5m
PatternHorizontal & Rotary
Heating MaterialsFuel Oil, Natural Gas, LPG, etc.
Total Power44.6kw/h256kw/h
Installation Area Requst (L*W*H)33m*13m*8m70m*20m*10m
Operating PressureSlight Positive Pressure Slight Negative Pressure
Cooling MethodWater Cooling
Life span5-8 Years

Advantage of Continuous Pyrolysis Plant

Continuous Design

Continuous design means that the machine can work efficiently. There is no need to wait for cooling down the pyrolysis reactor for discharging. You can discharge while feeding and pyrolysis.

Fully Automatic Design

The continuous plant employs automatic feeding and discharging system, which makes it easy to operate to save your labor force input.

Modular Design

Beston divides the whole plant into some subsystems, such as heating system, feeding system, pyrolysis system, oil collection system, de-dusting system, etc. Each system is mounted. So it is easy to install and replace. Also, it is possible for a flexible layout according to customers’ space. Below are pictures of the installation site in Romania, which shows the modular design clearly.

Modular Design
Modular Design
Feeding System
Feeding System
Installing in Romania
Installing in Romania

High Output

Beston continuous plant can process up to 24 tons of raw materials per day. It is productive.

Differences Between Batch and Continuous Pyrolysis Plants

Except for continuous design, Beston also has batch pyrolysis plants for sale. Let’s review the differences.

Reactor Design

The batch pyrolysis plant uses a rotary reactor, while the continuous one employs a fixed horizontal reactor. Also, the inside design is different as well.

Rotary Pyrolysis Reactor
Rotary Pyrolysis Reactor
Continuous Pyrolysis Reactor
Continuous Pyrolysis Reactor

Heating Method

The batch pyrolysis plant is heated by fire directly. It keeps rotating to make sure the reactor is heated evenly. While the continuous reactor is heated by hot air instead of fire.

Pre-treatment Equipment

Taking tire pyrolysis plant for example, it is possible to feed the whole tires directly into batch and semi-continuous plants. However, there are strict requirements on the size and water content of raw materials for continuous plant. So you may need tire shredder, dryer, and other equipment.

Working Method

The batch system processes raw materials batch by batch. It works like this:

Feeding (1-3 hours) — Heating for Pyrolysis (6-8 hours) — Cooling Down (6-8 hours) — Discharging (1-2 hours) The whole process takes about 16 hours. Then you can feed again for another batch. While for the continuous plant, feeding, pyrolysis, and discharging occur at the same time. It can work for 24 hours a day. It will greatly save your time and fuel. Here is a video for your reference.

How Does Continuous Pyrolysis Plant Work?

1. Pre-treatment

Continuous pyrolysis system requires that the water content of raw materials is less than 15% and the size is smaller than 20 mm. These are what the pre-treatment system does.

2. Feeding

Firstly, pre-heat the reactor to reach a certain temperature. Then use a screw feeder to transport the prepared raw materials into the reactor. The materials are pushed by the spiral blade and move forward along with the spiral. With continuous feeding, the raw material keeps moving forward for pyrolysis.

Screw Feeder
Screw Feeder

3. Pyrolysis

Pyrolysis happens under high-temperature conditions. During this process, oil gas will go through the condenser to be liquefied and collected into the oil tank. While the non-condensable gas will be recycled as heating fuel for pyrolysis.

4. Discharging

Meanwhile, the carbon black will be discharged. There is a water cooling system, including water pumps, pipes, water pool. It can cool down the carbon black to about 30  degrees to ensure the safety of workers.

Discharging System
Discharging System

5. De-dusting System

This system aims to remove the dust particles, sulfur dioxide, nitrogen oxide compounds, and other harmful components in the flue gas. It mainly contains flue condenser, water spray tower, activated carbon adsorption system, cooling tower, etc. It can be customized according to your local environmental policy.


Continuous pyrolysis plant is fully automatic to operate, which can save your labor force input. Also, it can keep working for 24 hours a day. While it is recommended to work for 5-6 days a week and then 1-2 days for maintenance. Obviously, the continuous design will save your time and fuel. More than that, it is productive to process up to 24 tons of raw materials. Besides, the modular design makes it simple to transport, install and replace. So if you have enough raw materials and budget, the continuous pyrolysis system will be your best choice. However, if you have a limited budget and materials to process, Beston also has batch and mobile pyrolysis units to choose from. Welcome to contact us for details.

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