The Tire derived Steel, or Tire Wire Scrap is a light melting scrap obtained during the shredding process of used tires.
This material is a by-product obtained during the granulation process of waste tyres.
Generally 10% - 20% of the weight of an old passenger car tyre usually consists of steel. An average shredding plant produces about 100-200 MT of steel tyre wire and its quality can vary according to technology, storing and management systems adopted by the producing plants.
We can provide:
- clean steel cord that is processed in order to reduce the rubber/fiber content
- Tire wire scrap that still contains up to 20% rubber/fiber
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Steel Scrap . High grade ASTM 1070 1/2" steel wire is used in radial and truck tires for strength. Production at capacity (per plant) is 35 metric tons per day per plant.
Supplier: Scrap tire wire, crude oil
Services: Trading, brokerage, commissioned agents
Buyer: Crude oil