Recycling of Polyamide from Scrap Tyres as Polymeric Composites
M. Müller, J. Žarnovský, R. Drličkahttps://doi.org/10.17221/51/2015-RAECitation:Müller M., Žarnovský J., Drlička R. (2015): Recycling of Polyamide from Scrap Tyres as Polymeric Composites. Res. Agr. Eng., 61: S79-S83.
Rubber granulate, metal waste and textile waste (polyamide fibres) come into the mechanical process of waste tyres recycling. The pollution and degradation processes are problematic in using of secondary raw material. The matrix was in the form of three various adhesives in testing – two-component epoxy adhesives and a polyester adhesive. The filler was in the form of textile waste (polyamide fibres) from the process of tyres recycling containing approximately 10–12% of rubber granulate. The filler was added in app. 15% of weight ratio into the matrix. The aim of the research was to determine a possible utilisation of unsorted textile waste from the process of tyres recycling in the area of polymeric composite systems.Keywords:
adhesives; composite mixture; deformation; impact strength; tensile strength; polymers; wasteReferences:
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