TDS (Tire Derived Shreds)
These first shreds contain steel, fiber, and rubber. Processors are able to sell these shreds to buyers or continue processing for additional material outputs.
TDS shreds have numerous uses—from a fuel additive to civil engineering applications. Depending on the use, TDS shreds may be labeled differently. For example, shreds used for burning and energy production are typically called, “TDF” or “Tire Derived Fuel” due to their high BTU heating value.
- Scrap Tires Reduced to 2”-6” shreds.
- Takes 100 passenger car tires to make one ton of TDS.
- TDS contains steel, fiber, and rubber in shreds.
- TDS can be processed further removing steel & fiber.
- Cost Effective Solution to Native Materials
- Efficient Insulation and Vibration Properties
- Suitable for both small and large-scale projects
- Diverts Tires from Landfills and Environment
- Cement Manufacturing (TDF)
- Pulp and Paper Facilities (TDF)
- Civil Engineering Applications (TDA)
- Other Electric and Industrial Industries