Classification, use and advantages of solid tires
Solid tires are generally divided into bonded tires and non-bonded tires. The former refers to the rubber that is directly vulcanized at the edge of the tire, and the latter refers to the rubber that is vulcanized and then fixed at the edge of the tire.
According to the shape, there are two types of cylindrical solid tires and inclined bottom tires; according to different uses, they are divided into antistatic, conductive, oil-resistant, high-load solid tires, and environmentally friendly non-marking solid tires.
1. Mainly suitable for special vehicles such as anti-riot vehicles, cash transport vehicles, anti-terrorism vehicles, engineering vehicles, and forestry machinery.
2. It is suitable for low-speed, high-load and harsh use of industrial tires for operating and managing vehicles under different conditions. Its safety, durability, and economy are significantly better than pneumatic tires. It can be widely used in various electronic industrial social vehicles, Military vehicles, construction engineering machinery, towed vehicles in ports and airports, etc.
1. The advantages of solving tire slip rings, sliding blocks, cracks, etc.
2. Excellent safety performance is beneficial to enterprises to improve the efficiency of students' work and study
3. Reasonable structure design to ensure better tire performance
4. Advanced technology and formula design
Choose different tires according to the different needs of the enterprise to bring the performance of the tires to a certain level of development.