Tires: life cycle and duration, recycling and recovery

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Tires: life cycle and duration, recycling and recovery




by Christophe » 19/05/11, 20:21

Small extract from "Everything about the tire" (published by Michelin in 2002) on the lifespan according to use, the analysis of the lifecycle and the possible valuations (date of beginning of 2000, other techniques may exist. since?).

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Another file of the same work: https://www.econologie.com/forums/petite-his ... 10764.html

Note: personally I ride really cool but I never exceeded 70 km (michelin energy) .. those who make 000 km on the power train I say hat!
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by Flytox » 19/05/11, 21:46

Little flat about your link

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In chai more which post, it seems to me that one spoke about this recycling of the tires like fuel in the cement factories etc ... and it was said that the recent erasers, more powerful, more economical and ptaatietpatalas on the cars ... burned much more dirty in fuel use ...
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by Christophe » 19/05/11, 21:55

Can a tire burn properly? : Shock:

Good without laughing: thank you for the precision, hence my parenthesis on the fact that this information dates from early 2000!

For me, a tire must be valued other than by combustion!
We do great exterior floor coverings based on old tires (for children's playgrounds for example).

If it had existed in my time, I would have less scar on my knees ... and elsewhere! : Cheesy:

Good tire and waste level: strongly the Tweel :) https://www.econologie.com/forums/post202160.html#202160
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by Macro » 20/05/11, 16:02

Christophe wrote:Can a tire burn properly? : Shock:



In gasification unit then cogeneration ... It only really peanuts ...

Personally I want to try the gasifier to burn it inside and roll with ... : Cheesy:
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by Exceed » 20/05/11, 16:52

The Thai flowerpot ... 100% tires

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The Thai trash ... 100% tires

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And for the joke ... the Thai garden furniture ... 100%

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Family business ,,, welcome !!!

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by Christophe » 20/05/11, 18:21

Beautiful direct recycling!

Can you put these images on the image server of the site stp? Thank you.
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by fthanron » 20/05/11, 20:44

There is interest in being an artist at heart for this kind of direct recycling ... and sacred commercial because of what I achieved with tires systematically received as pre and post achievements reflections: "we are not at 24h du mans "-" it's too ugly "-" even decorated it's still a tire "...

Far from being encouraging despite the qualities I find in the products! O)

PS: in protection of children and shrubs by the same, "it goes" according to the audience! Still a victory; o)
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by Exceed » 21/05/11, 16:00

Christophe wrote:Beautiful direct recycling!

Can you put these images on the image server of the site stp? Thank you.


Me, not understand ... koi kesse ???
These are not personal tofs ... I pick on the net ... but if necessary I take out the camera ... I have the flowerpots and the trash can at home.
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by Christophe » 21/05/11, 20:54

Even if it's on the net: you save on your pc and you re-upload.

This is just to prevent the photos from being HS when the source site no longer exists.

Nice example here: https://www.econologie.com/forums/gifnet-et- ... t1283.html = we no longer understand anything about ...

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by Exceed » 22/05/11, 02:51

good i will try to find to put the photos on the server of the site ... and i will go to photograph my trash! No but !!! : Cheesy:
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