Butyl Reclaim rubber is a reclaim rubber from butyl scraps. Around the world million tons of natural and synthetic rubber, butyl rubber are used for automobile tyres, tubes, industrial parts, foot wears, and other domestic goods production. In the consequent usage of such products for human comfort, transportation, and other activities, huge volume of spent waste are created, which results in the pollution of the environment. Within these categories of rubber wastes, used tyres, and auto-mobile inner tubes contributed to be the main ones. This waste is not out of question, and far from a solution. Re-cycling, reclaimation, or so-called regeneration of such rubber waste for re-application in further usage can play a special role in reducing pollution and keep the world green and clean. Devulcanization is a potential method of recycling waste tyre rubber. As its name implies, in the process of devulcanization, the structure of the vulcanized waste rubber is modified. The resulting material can be devulcanized or transformed into useful products. Most scrap tubes are generated by commercial truck tyres, heavy equipment tyres and farm tyres. From a collectorÃ¢â‚¬â„¢s perspective, tubes are generally found in relatively small amounts (several thousand pounds) and must be accumulated for transportation. There are many truck stops, commercial tyre dealers and agricultural tyre dealers who have 2,000 kilogram per month of tubes but are not willing to accumulate full loads. Butyl Reclaim rubber can be produced from scrap of whole tyres, tread peelings, tyre inner lining scraps, butyl tubes, molded rubber products for different applications in both, tyre and non tyre rubber products. Butyl Reclaim Rubber is a unique product recycled out of Scrap Butyl Rubber Tubes. The scrap Butyl tubes are pure Butyl and no other polymer content is present. Butyl Reclaim is a unique product with a minimum Tensile strength of 75 kg/cm. Highly refined butyl reclaim rubber is widely used in Truck Tyres, Tread Rubber and High quality Rubber molded Components. When reclaimed, butyl rubber retains much of its original properties and can be blended with virgin rubber to produce new inner tubes, inner liners for tyres and various types of tape. All these applications are very high tech products and the reclaim must meet stringent quality specifications for acceptance. There continues to be an excellent market for butyl reclaim. The demand for reclaimed arises from a complex situation of rubber market. Reclaim rubber accounts for about 11 to 12 per cent consumption of the total polymer off take of the industry. The consumption of Reclaim rubber which was just about 2000 tones in 1952-53 has increased to 91103 tones in 2001-02. On the basis of 7% growth rate, the estimated demand for reclaim rubber is likely to go up to about 188500 tonnes by 2010-11. So, there is a good scope of enter into this field.