Why do solid tire manufacturers use imported viscose?
Solid tires are industrial tires suitable for low-speed and high-load running vehicles. In addition to the characteristics of pneumatic tires, they also have small starting resistance, simple structure, convenient use and maintenance, small maintenance workload, no need to inflate, and no Hidden dangers of air leaks and flat tires.
It is suitable for industrial vehicles such as low-speed and heavy-load hoisting vehicles, towing vehicles and flatbed vehicles, such as various forklifts, towed vehicles in ports and airports, etc.
In daily driving and work, it is inevitable that solid tires will have slippage and other phenomena.
If the carcass heats up too high and expands, a slip ring condition will occur. Imported viscose is generally the base rubber of solid tires, which can greatly reduce the heat generation performance of solid tires and effectively prevent slip ring phenomenon. The viscose has the advantages of good rigidity, high hardness, small expansion coefficient, low heat generation, etc., which can well eliminate the slip ring phenomenon caused by the expansion of the inner hub caused by the heat generation of the tire.
In addition, we sometimes hear the phenomenon of tire chipping, cracking and delamination.
The aging of the internal rubber of the tire and the collision during use will cause the phenomenon of lumps and cracks. This requires us to regularly check whether there are sharp foreign objects on the tire during daily use.
If the rubber material contains moisture and sundries or viscose is contaminated by rain or sundries during storage and transportation, the solid tire is prone to delamination. In addition, factors such as poor fetal insulation, premature fetal formation, overload, overspeed and other factors can also cause the above phenomena to occur.