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TDF (Tyre Derived Fuel)

Tyre-derived fuel (TDF) is composed of shredded scrap tyres. Tyres may be mixed with coal or other fuels, such as wood or chemical wastes, to be burned in concrete kilns, power plants, or paper mills.

TDF has a very high energy content, with an average heat value of 15,500 BTUs per 0.45Kg of fuel. This is roughly the same as heavy petroleum fuel oils. Fuel begins to burn (flashpoint) at 290 to 340 degrees Celsius. Complete combustion is achieved with flame temperatures of 650 degrees Celsius.

Lakss Asia Limited can supply of TDF/Tyre Shreds from 20 mm to 200mm in Loose or bags as per clients’ requirements.