Carbon fiber recycling companies use a proprietary continuous pyrolysis equipment to remove epoxy resin and wetting agents from carbon fiber composites waste.

The modern recovery system (Connecticut Bethel) a subsidiary of carbon fiber recycling company is the United States of Tennessee, tazewell construction of a factory, they will recycle up to 2000 tons of carbon fiber.

The company is focused on the extraction of carbon fiber from the finished composite materials, including laminate, scrap, mold, R & D and scrap parts. Carbon fiber recycling company uses proprietary continuous pyrolysis equipment to remove epoxy resin and wetting agent from carbon fiber waste, and then process recycled carbon fiber into grind or any short cut form. Tim Spahn, director of licensing and sales of carbon fiber recycling company, said: “nothing in our technology goes into landfills, even boxes or plastic. We recycle everything. ”

The company has tested, established and verified the technology in the test system of Bethel plant in Connecticut, and is now ready to build a commercial scale factory. At the same time, the company is collecting waste from selected producers of composite carbon fiber waste producers and providing recycled carbon fiber materials for sale.