Why Relaston For The Worlds Recycling Needs?
The negative effects arising from the presence of waste materials on the environment and in the workplace is a major problem worldwide. Relaston and it’s international patents have the technology and know how to recycle scrap rubber and thermoplastics into new synthetic rubber compounds to help restore our environment while reducing the cost of synthetic rubber for the rubber products industry.

Devulcanization Without Depolymerization

Transforming scrap rubber into virgin synthetic rubber for less than it costs to produce natural virgin rubber with the same industry applications.

Real World Circular Economy

With the resources of the world at a premium (especially true for certain metals and rubber) Relaston is a beacon of light for a truly circular economy and when most sustainable solutions require customers to pay a premium, Relaston actually makes going sustainable less expensive.

Customized Production Methods

Relaston’s Devulc and Devulc compounds can be custom-tailored to meet the specifications of any manufacturer’s product. Our technical staff is able to work with rubber manufacturers to produce a rubber Devulc solution to exactly match their needs.

Internationally Patented Process

For a long time, fine recycled rubber powder wasn’t available in the right quality, in the right grain size, and at the right price. Relaston changes that with our patented process, we can offer the right solution for all rubber manufacturers.
GLOBAL
ENVIRONMENTAL
WASTE
Current scrap rubber solutions are sorely inadequate and fail to use valuable resources to their highest potential. Thermoplastics suffer even greater disparity with 14% of waste being recycled globally.
Current scrap rubber solutions are sorely inadequate and fail to use valuable resources to their highest potential. Thermoplastics suffer even greater disparity with 14% of waste being recycled globally.
Our Multi-Patented process makes it possible to devulcanize rubber without depolymerization, making it possible to reuse the rubber in any assortment of rubber products, creating a true circular economy. Similarly, thermoplastics can be cryogenically ground and mixed with devulcanized rubber to create an assortment of rubber compounds that can be customized to meet any manufacturers requirementsfrom adhesives to tires.
GLOBAL INDUSTRIAL RUBBER MARKET
Key Facts
6%
COMPOUND ANNUAL GROWTH RATE
(CAGR) 2018 – 2025
49.2%
AUTOMOTIVE, TRANSPORTATION & INDUSTRIAL MARKET SHARE
$151 BILLION
GLOBAL INDUSTRIAL MARKET
IN US$ BY 2025
HOW WE MAKE MONEY
BY SELLING CUSTOM BLENDED RUBBER DEVULC TO MANUFACTURERS OF RUBBER PRODUCTS

FEEDSTOCK

We purchase ground rubber from suppliers or acquire scrap from an open source.

PROCESS

We fine grind and process scrap rubber through our patented system, including lab testing for quality control.

CUSTOMERS

We custom blend our rubber devulc to match the client’s specific needs.
PROPRIETARY TECHNOLOGY

FACT1

In the crumb granulation process, we have no burnt rubber particles, i.e. the carbon/sulfur bridges are not destroyed in the production process.

FACT2

Only with our process is it possible to vulcanize rubber like “new” virgin rubber at a considerably lower price than actual virgin rubber.

FACT3

We can produce fine crumb of
less than 50μ at +400 mesh that always has an ambient surface.

FACT4

Replastikat is a substitute for fresh rubber compounds at 45% or more
below world market prices.
THE COMPETITION
CURRENT COMPETING TECHNOLOGIES HAVE ALL FAILED TO CREATE DEVULC PRODUCT
THAT CAN BE ECONOMICALLY USED BY ORIGINAL MANUFACTURERS

ULTRASONIC DEVULC

Expensive alternative technology produces poor quality devulc rubber resulting in limited use

MICROWAVE ENERGY

Alternative technology produces poor quality burnt rubber

MICROBIOLOGICAL DEVULC

Alternative technology produces expensive devulc rubber with inconsistent results

THERMAL WITH CHEMICALS

Targeted chemical reactions at elevated temps result in burnt rubber with no commercial use
Continental, Trelleborg AB, SaarGummi and Addidas have received samples of our Replastikat and expressed interest in using our product in their respective product production.
Relaston has a huge price advantage over natural rubber even when charging premium prices for our product. Scrap rubber supply is abundant and an ever increasing supply will serve to stabilize the otherwise volatile market.
According to a report by Transparency Market Research, companies in the global rubber market are reducing their dependency on the automotive sector. Manufacturers are shifting to synthetic rubber from natural rubber due to irregular supply and higher prices. Manufactures are engaging in research and development to cater to the demands of their consumers. The major players have adopted various strategies such as acquisitions, partnerships, joint ventures, expansions, agreements, product launches and others so as to expand their horizon in the market. Some of the key players in the global industrial rubber products market are Yokohama Rubber CO., Ltd., Cooper Standard Inc., Bridgestone Corporation, Freudenberg Group, Continental AG, HEXPOL AB, The Goodyear Tire & Rubber Company, NOK CORPORATION, Gates Corporation, Eaton, Sumitomo Riko Company Limited, and Myers Industries, Inc.

The global industrial rubber products market is expected to grow at a healthy CAGR of 6% during the forecast period of 2019 to 2027. According to product type, the global industrial rubber products market is leading by mechanical goods. It is dominating the market as it held 50% of the share in the market during 2018. It is expected to rise significantly during the forecast period. Asia Pacific among all other regions is leading the market. It held one third of the shares in market during 2018 and is expected to lead the market during the forecast period.

Rise in Demand from End Users to Boost the Market
The global industrial rubber products market is driven majorly by manufacturers of auto component and motor cycle output. The rise in demand from automotive industry is likely to fuel the market for industrial rubber products market during the forecast period. End users have also increased consumption of rubber products that has led to rise in demand of industrial rubber products. End user sectors include automotive, aerospace, energy, construction and infrastructure, all have shown significant rise in the demand of industrial rubber products are expected to keep rising in the coming years. There has been increased consumption of battery and autonomous vehicles in the market which has propelled the rise of rubber products in the market as well. Demand for industrial rubber products are also driven by growth in construction and infrastructure markets and Emerging economies have led to greater demand of industrial rubber products.
Reclaimed Rubber Gains Widespread Application in Construction and Automotive Industries
Reclaimed rubber is associated with reduced processing costs and easy availability of raw materials, which makes it a cost-efficient option for manufacturers in the industrial rubber products market. Easy availability of waste tires and the advent of recyclable materials are triggering the demand for reclaim rubber. However, innovative elastomer-based products pose a threat to reclaim rubber. Although, elastomer is associated with very weak intermolecular forces and high failure strain as compared to rubber. Hence, manufacturers should increase the availability of industrial rubber products with high intermolecular forces and low failure strain for the construction and automotive sectors.
Environment Conservation to Boost Demand
Increase in awareness about environment conservation is expected to boost the demand for green tires in the near future. Increase in recycling rate is anticipated to create opportunities in the global industrial rubber products market during the forecast period.

Styrene Butadiene rubber (SBR) is anticipated to dominate the global industrial rubber products market with the second-highest production amongst all rubber types, estimated to reach an output of ~7,500 kilo tons by the end of 2027. Hence, manufacturers are innovating new synthetic rubber solutions to improve tire technology.

SEED ROUND
Capital Raise
  • Security:
    • Convertible Promissory Note / SAFE
  • Amount:
    • Up to $1,500,000
  • Annual Interest:
    • 12% beginning at funding
  • Qualified Conversion:
    • 20% to the next Financial Round
  • Note Conversion at Maturity:
    • $25,000,000 Valuation
Use of Funds

Rubber Devulc Samples

Marketing Campaigns

Consultants, Contractors and Team Compensation

THANK YOU!
Let’s start an Investment journey together for the betterment of our Planet and ROI .

Jeff Hunter


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