One of the most important keys to the decades-long success of OT INDUSTRIES is continuous renewal and fulfilment of the actual market via applying the best engineering and technological solutions. Our mission statement that the key factor of the success is innovation.
To accomplishing of the company statement a significant part of the resources are dedicated for development. The task of the Incubation is finding, analyzing and following the new ideas and technological solutions till the start of the feasibility. The technologies could be at the stage of the lab scale or even after the pilot scale but it has to have a realistic chance for EPC business.
The target of the Incubation Center is to licence, acquire and develop new technologies in recycling, waste management and renewable energy.
Our goal is to incorporate these technologies into our sales portfolio and market them to our customers.
A cooperation agreement was signed in 2017 between OT Industries and Hiventures whereby the parties undertake the technical and financial support of the
A HOMATECH-WTM is an innovative technology that can be used to convert rubber waste into products that are usable by the industry, without incineration.
A patented world innovation
The patent-protected process, certain parts of which are considered a world innovation, a method that combines the advantages of a closed system and a continuous process can be used for the environmentally friendly recycling of rubber waste according to international certifying organizations – including the ISCC, a benchmark for sustainability issues – and the Hungarian Academy of Sciences.
Recycling without incineration
The HOMATECH-WTM technology is based on a hermetically sealed, double walled depolymerization technology unit. Inside the unit, at atmospheric pressure and in an oxygen-free environment, the rubber waste is transformed into valuable products. At the inlet and outlet of the technology, a fluid lock ensures that the interior does not come into contact with the air at all. The cut up rubber waste melts and boils at normal atmospheric pressure at a temperature of 250 ° C to 600 ° C, which is much lower than that required for combustion. During boiling, the multi-molecule chains of the so-called polymeric compounds that make up the rubber are fragmented and decomposed, and new substances are formed.