Waste Plastic to Magic Material

This project focus on the value of high performance smart nano-material and colloids for various high-end applications. With its research and development and innovative technology, this project intends to produce and manufacture nano-materials & colloids products that have demanding applications in the field of rechargeable energy storage devices such as Lithium –ion- batteries, Supercapacitors, Lead acid battery and Fuel cells. This company develop clean technology to produce carbon fiber based smart composite parts and materials for various industries such as Automobile, Aerospace, Marine, Armor, Renewable energy (Wind turbine blades and Solar Industry) and Nuclear power plants.

Technology Introduction

In this project, the workflow of waste solution is:

Collection of Textile and Plastic Waste → Pyrolysis → Carbon

This project results in carbon products not in landfill. This technology solves the problem of severe pollution of waste plastics and textiles, and it will reduce pollution locally, nationally and globally.

The solution of this project can produce multiple valuable carbon products.

Carbon is an important element in the fields of energy and smart composites. Carbon powder and fiber materials are the main drivers of the energy storage industry.

Battery-grade carbon "graphite" usually comes from mining, which can cause huge damage to the environment and generate many non-degradable wastes. Industrial production will bring a large amount of textile solid waste. This project develops clean technologies to produce carbon and smart composites from textile solid waste through Collins pyrolysis (cracking) and sintering technology (sintering) to obtain powders, fibers, sheets and a variety of simple and complex materials and carbon.

Through the process of this project, high surface area activated carbon can be produced from textile waste, which is mainly used to prepare electrodes for super capacitors.

The Market

  • The future of the global carbon market looks promising with opportunities in the transportation, industrial, building & construction, and packaging sectors.
  • The global carbon black market is expected to reach an estimated $20.2 billion by 2023 with a CAGR of 5.6% from 2018 to 2023.
  • The Global Graphite Market Is Projected to Reach $29.05 Billion by 2022, at a CAGR of 5.2% from 2017 to 2022.

Technology Demand

The project is looking for strategic partners and investment support. 

If you want to cooperate further with the project, please contact info@israelcu.com.