by Prof. Dr. Gernot K Brueck, CEO of Plasma Power BV and Plasma Power Holding BV
Long molecules chains of PE and PP can be cut down to usable chemicals like olefins, naphtha and paraffin. This cracking procedure needs defined temperatures which only can be realized with contact-heat. Such a system was realized and finds worldwide interest.
Totally mixed plastic has to be treated with high temperature to dissolve the molecules entirely into the atomic state to generate pure syngas and from there various ways are possible. To go towards plastic just olefins have to be produced.
About Gernot K. Brueck
Studies of physics, especially then finally laser physics.
Development of lasers for special applications, the most important of which was classified as a state secret and laser measurement systems for medical diagnostics.
In 1976 development of the fastest computer system in the world in terms of hardware and the associated operating system.
Active as professor in the USA in the field of laser physics and in Zambia in the field of microelectronics.
Developments in the field of fluoropolymers with a realization at the airport in Bangkok.
Since 2008 developments in the field of recycling and renewable energies.
About Plasma Power Group
Development and production of plants for cracking plastic waste and plants for the conversion of plastic via syngas into chemicals and various forms of energy
The focuses on turning waste plastic via pyrolysis /chemical recycling into new plastics competing with plastics made from virgin fossil oil. This will change the current recycling value chain into a new sustainable ecosystem.
The new ecosystems contains the following steps in the materials cycle:
- End of life Plastic Waste Stream Collection
- Cleaning, Sorting and Separation
- Chemical recycling
- Thermal and Thermochemical recycling / Pyrolysis
- Processing of recycled materials (plastics and chemicals)
- Production of recycled plastic materials
- Reuse of the newly created plastics in applications
- End of life plastic waste stream collection