Dynamic Energy Campuses
DYNAMIC’s laser focus is on the development of a specific Energy Campus that we call our “Pyrol-Black Energy Campus”. It consists of three independently operating technologies referred to as Pyrol-A, Carbon-B and Petrol-C. DYNAMIC will use these technologies to convert scrap tires primarily into 4 high-value, saleable products including pyrolysis oil, carbon black, a high BTU (butane like) gas and steel wire. The current 15-acre development model for this “Pyrol-Black” Energy Campus is designed with approximately 50,000 sq./ft of block and mortar vertical construction, employing approximately 40 individuals per site.
The first technology, “Pyrol-A,” is a waste free “Pyrolysis Acceleration” process that recycles scrap tire shreds by converting them into 4 primary outputs: a unique blend of pyrolysis oil, carbon char and a butane-like gas. In ad dition, the process also recaptures the small amount of steel threads remaining in the shred.
The second technology, “Carbon-B” is a waste free “Carbon Black” finishing process that converts the carbon char from the pyrolysis process into a recycled carbon black alternative while eliminating over 3,360 pounds of CO2 from going in the air for every 300 tires processed. This reduction in CO2 is over 95% of traditional methods of Carbon Black production. The patented finishing process is proprietary and produces an output in high demand for the Carbon Black marketplace (currently over 23.5 Billion pounds per year). This technology is currently in operation with existing customers and revenues from outputs.
The third technology, “Petrol-C” is DYNAMIC’s proprietary, no-emissions “Petroleum Conversion” process that transforms waste or pyrolysis oils into useable, high value fuel products. In addition to Petrol-C trade secrets, DYNAMIC’s technological development team is currently preparing the patent filing for an addition to the process allowing portions of the pyrolysis oil to be further converted into high value, pure extracts. Due the current proprietary development status of this design, no further information is available at this time.