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This document concerns the characterisation of the materials produced from end-of-life tyres in the following categories: passenger car, utility, truck/lorry and other tyres (off-road, agricultural and aircraft tyres) as well as inner-tubes. The document does not cover the characterisation of:;those materials as fuel which is within the scope of CEN/TC 343 Solid recovered fuels;;those materials that consist mainly of constituents of tyres other than rubber. A principal purpose of this document is to provide guidance to material recyclers and users, as well as to purchasers and suppliers, in the selection of practical, commercially available materials and to provide a system of specifying these materials by the use of a simple means of categorisation. The system is based upon the premise that the characteristics of end-of-life tyre materials can be described by three designations: material source, technology used and size. This document describes the minimum technical requirements for the designation and specification of various categories of materials produced from end-of-life tyres, including inner tubes, and intended to serve a wide range of possible uses. These are whole tyres, size reduced materials (cuts, shred, chips, buffings, granulate and powder), regenerated materials (from reclaiming, devulcanization and surface modification) and materials from pyrolysis. This document is limited to those materials defined, which are not currently the subject of other CEN programmes. It does not cover the operational performance or fitness for use of the materials and applications which are deemed to be a function of agreements between the manufacturer and the consumer.
|Nederlandse titel||Gebruikte banden - Materialen en toepassingen|
|Engelse titel||Post-consumer tyre - Materials and applications|