IAEC fuels are direct import substitutes for fossil fuels and considerably reduce greenhouse gas emissions without compromising performance. At a production price on average 30% less than regular diesel, IAEC diesel delivers significant commercial and environmental savings.
From 1 ton of end of life plastic, IAEC Technology creates approximately 1,000 liters of liquid.
The prime chamber performs the essential functions of homogenization and controlled decomposition in a single process. The IAEC Technology process requires minimal maintenance and produces a consistent quality distillate from end of life plastic.
The vapor from the chambers passes into the contactor, which knocks back the long chained carbons and allows the required condensable vapors to pass into the distillation column. The system diverts the non-condensable synthetic gas through a scrubber and then back into the furnaces to heat the chambers. The condensable vapors are then converted in the distillation column to produce lite oil and raw diesel. The lite oil is put into storage. The raw diesel is passed to the vacuum distillation column to be further refined to produce diesel, kerosene and lite oil; the distillates then pass into the recovery tanks.
The IAEC Technology consists of the efficient and effective conversion of end of life plastics to alternative liquid transport fuels. Suitable end of life plastics are pre-processed to reduce size and remove any contaminants or non-plastic materials from the feedstock. The shredded plastics and are then loaded via a hot melt in-feed system directly into main chambers. Agitation commences to even the temperature and homogenize the feed stocks. Our system then commences and the plastic becomes a vapor. Non-plastic materials fall to the bottom of the chamber.
IAEC diesel is high-cetane, low-sulphur and can be used neat or blended at a high ratio for use in all standard diesel engines. The greenhouse gas index of IAEC diesel is also lower than traditional diesel, helping fuel suppliers to reduce emissions in their transport fuels. And, IAEC diesel uses existing transport infrastructure and requires no additional refinement or end-use modification.
With IAEC’s modular technology, communities all over the world can turn the problem of waste plastic into a secure, sustainable and domestic supply of alternative transport fuels.
• 700 liters Diesel
• 100 liters of Kerosene
• 200 liters of Lite Oil
Plastic Waste Feedstocks
IAEC’s Technology process is specifically designed to manage most plastic waste feedstock in a single profitable process that is pertinent to the persistence of global plastic disposal issues.
Acceptable Plastic Feedstocks:
2 HDPE (High Density Polyethylene). Examples: Crinkly shopping bags, freezer bags, milk bottles, bleach bottles, buckets, rigid pipes and crates.
4 LDPE (Low Density Polyethylene). Examples: Garbage bags, squeeze bottles, black irrigation tubes, films and garbage bags.
5 PP (Polypropylene). Examples: Trays, drinking straws, containers, tubs, plastic garden settings, baby baths and plastic boxes.
6 PS (Polystyrene). Examples: Trays, yoghurt & dairy containers, vending cups and produce boxes.
Non-Acceptable Plastic Feedstocks:
1 PET (Polyethylene Terephthalate). Examples: Soft drinks bottles, food grade packaging and trays.
3 PVC (Polyvinyl Chloride). Examples: Pipes, window fittings, bottles and laminates.
7 Other. Examples: Foams, nylons and fiberglass.