Iran Rubber envisions a future where every end-of-life tire is recycled in the most ecologically and economically advantageous manner. This entails utilizing all outcomes of the recycling process for applications of significant value, rather than resorting to mere incineration.

The primary fractions obtained through Iran Rubber's tire recycling technology comprise rubber and steel. Rubber-based products constitute roughly three-quarters of the yield from Iran Rubber's facilities, while steel accounts for approximately one-sixth of the total output.

 Textile Remnant

In Iran Rubber's context, the textile portion represents a residual fraction, encompassing elements such as aramid, nylon, polyester, rayon, and about half the content being rubber. This amalgam of diverse materials constitutes about a tenth of the overall production. Currently, Iran Rubber's repurposed textile fibers primarily serve energy reclamation purposes (incineration). Although the thermal value is harnessed, this practice results in the squandering of valuable materials that unfortunately cannot be easily recycled.

 Textile fibers sourced from end-of-life tires have already demonstrated exceptional insulation capabilities, surpassing materials like stone wool and mineral wool.




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