The Tirex Corporation develops and owns technology that is semi-cryogenic tire recycling process, known as the Tirex Cryo System (TCS). The technology reduces scrap tires into -5 to 30 inches mesh (or finer) clean crumb rubber with a morphology and saleable, intact steel wire and fiber. The Company's TCS System is a tire reduction system, which uses a fracturing unit in combination with a freezing process. The Company's process uses liquid nitrogen, freezes the rubber and then passes it through its fracturing mill, which breaks the rubber apart. The whole strands of steel and fiber are then exposed leaving a crumb rubber that is suited for extrusion molding recycled rubber products.