Two main items
1, Basic description of equipment and process needed to convert 10 tonnes per day of 7cm long pieces of tyre steel wires produced from tyre pyrollysis. (with approx 5% carbon) to synthetic red oxide pigment.
2. Recommending a a high value product such as carvone, or other ,that is marketable and easy to sell and outlining a basic process to manufacture it using 20 tonnes per day of dipentene made from tyre pyrollysis and fractional distillation of its oil.
3. Suggestion for any other high value end product from tyre oil
4. Basic assessment of the viability of using carbon char from tyre pyrollysis to make carbon electrodes. The carbon char has 15% Ash, 2 % Sulfur, less than 2% moisture, greater than 80% carbon, but unknown electrical conductivity/resistance. One option is to buy suitable anthracite and mix in carbon char as a substitute for anthracite,