There are many types of solid tires on the market, but the prices of many tires of the same size vary greatly. So what are the differences between solid tire manufacturers' high-quality solid tires and ordinary tires?
1. Glue content
Rubber content The ratio of rubber to high-quality tires is 55%; the general quality is usually 45%.
2. Physical indicators
Tensile strength: high-grade rubber material is above 22MPa, and general quality is above 18Mpa.
Akron abrasion performance of tread rubber: The abrasion resistance of high-grade rubber can be increased by more than 40% compared with ordinary tires.
3. Operating time
High-quality tires have low heat generation and are suitable for high-frequency locations; ordinary tires are mostly used for clearance operations.