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NAW Recycling is in talks to bring to the Middle East patented Recycled Tire Rubber automotive products designed to enhance the life of off-road vehicles and extend the life of tires.

Automotive Coatings :

NAW Automotive Coating products are made with recycled rubber particles. The rubber in these products comes from Saudi Arabian recycled waste tires. In the Kingdom, there are millions used tires that are stockpiled in landfills with hundreds of millions of tires being discarded annually. NAW is committed to introduce new and innovative applications using recycled tire rubber and are continuously improving our products to include more rubber and achieve better functionality.

These applications include 

  • Truck bedliner
  • Undercoat
  • Garage floor
  • Bumper coating


Tire Sealant

Whether you have a car, SUV or truck, Tire Sealant will increase the reliability and safety of your vehicle. The formula coats the inside of your tire preventing air leakage, tire blowouts and flats caused by punctures and accidents. This also extends your tire life and increases your gas mileage by keeping tires at optimal inflation, saving you money.


How does Tire Sealant work?

When puncture occurs, the tire pressure forces the tire sealant into the open area, sealing instantaneously around the penetrating object. If the object self-extracts then, as the tire rotates the tread area is deformed when in contact with the road surface, the puncture wound is forced open and the product is forced into the puncture wound by the air pressure within the tire.


Is Tire Sealant Safe?

Tire Sealant is completely non-toxic and non-hazardous. inTire Seal complies with all Toxic Substance Authority requirements, and its main ingredient, Propylene Glycol, is an additive found many food products.


What about extreme temperatures?

Tire Sealant has been extensively tested by RAPRA (Rubber and Plastics Research Association) and is certified to -45 degrees without freezing and remains stable at temperatures up to 155 degrees.


Regular vs. Industrial grade

The formula is designed specifically for passenger vehicles, providing enough liquidity to maintain optimal effectiveness, preventing punctures up to 1/4" (6mm) in diameter. We also produce an Industrial-Grade formula designed specifically for industrial and commercial uses, such as construction, farm, trucking, and other large vehicles. The thicker, heavy-duty formula is for huge tires and extreme conditions as it prevents punctures up to 1/2" (12mm) in diameter.

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