[Advantages]: It is not afraid of tyres, bad tires, longer service life, 3 to 5 years, no need to pump up, saving a lot of after-sales troubles.
[Disadvantages]: The ability to adapt to the road is poor, the uneven road is relatively bumpy, the shock resistance is poor, and the ride is a little heavier than the inflatable.
A solid tire is a type of tire relative to a pneumatic tire. Its carcass is solid, there is no inner tube and no inner liner, and of course it does not need to be inflated.
The characteristics of high elasticity, strong heat dissipation, and good wear resistance of solid tires make it have the advantages of low deformation rate, reduced maintenance costs and long service life.
But why can't solid tires with such advantages replace pneumatic tires? That's because solid tires are too bulky and because of their high elasticity, the maneuverability of the vehicle is not very good. If you replace the bicycle tire with a solid tire, although you can save the worry of the tire being punctured, once it encounters a slightly uneven road, it will make the bicycle jump high, which is uncomfortable and increases the risk factor. At the same time, due to its The bulky nature will make riding a bicycle as strenuous as riding an exercise bike.
So where exactly are solid tires suitable? The operating conditions of industrial vehicles, military vehicles, construction machinery, and towed vehicles in ports and airports are generally low speed and high load. At this time, the safety, durability and economic efficiency of solid tires will be far better than that of pneumatic tires. Therefore, industrial tire manufacturers such as Camo La Sulida generally produce solid tires.