Wind Turbine Blades

WRI has developed a patent pending proprietary method to depolymerize epoxy resins using renewable carbon solvents. This method produces little gas and no coke. The thermochemical method modifies the epoxy to produce a range of products from oils to waxes. Oils produced from the process are highly oxidatively stable (resistant to aging) and have been proven to work as recycling agents in a wide range of asphalt binder bases. These recycling agents help to use waste from one industry to produce new materials with biogenic carbon sequestered from CO2 in the atmosphere to produce help recycling efforts in the asphalt industry. Reclaimed fibers from the process can be used for remelt to produce new fibers for new wind turbines, or they can used in other compounding or construction applications.

For more information, contact:

Jeramie Adams / Bio
Vice President
(307) 721-2324

Western Research Institute
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Also, you are welcome to contact the appropriate WRI representative directly.


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