History

Tyre Recycling Plants

2002
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2010

Development of the plant series INTEC RC 400/05, currently the most modern rubber powder production plant in the world

INTEC
RC 400/05

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1995/96

Erection and commissioning of the plant series INTEC RC 400/04

INTEC
RC 400/04

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Overview of the tyre recycling plant

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Assembly series INTEC RC 400/04

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Pre-crushing/shredder

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Automatic big-bag weighing station

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Electric and control cabinets

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1991/92

Erection and commissioning of the plant series INTEC RC 400/03

INTEC
RC 400/03

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Pre-cooling tunnel (I and II)
Electric and control cabinets

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Sieb- und Windsichterstation

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Pre-cooling tunnel (I and II)
Electric and control cabinets

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Sieve- and wind-sifter station

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1989/90

Erection and commissioning of the plant series INTEC RC 400/02

INTEC
RC 400/02

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Pre-shredding

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Pre-cooling tunnel (I and II)

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Pre-cooling tunnel (I and II)
Electric and control cabinets

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Sieve- and wind-sifter station

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1986

After intense research and development, INTEC brought a prototype in its own factory in France to operation in 1986 – the plant series INTEC RC 400/01

INTEC
RC 400/01

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