argeted solutions for solid tire manufacturers
A solid tire is a type of tire corresponding to a pneumatic tire (hollow tire). The carcass is solid. No cords are used as the skeleton, no need to inflate, so no inner tube or inner liner is needed. Early tires were solid tires. Solid tires are currently only used for high-load vehicles or machinery running at low speeds, as well as for fixed-position machinery. Its safety, durability, economy, etc. are significantly better than pneumatic tires, and are widely used in various industrial vehicles, military vehicles, construction machinery, towed vehicles in ports and airports and other fields.
Solid tires are generally used under high loads, and therefore require strong bearing capacity, are suitable for harsh environments, have high safety and high elasticity. The special rubber material of solid rubber tires is all solid except for the few hollows in the middle to maintain the overall gravity point. The tires made in this way can achieve the effects of nail-proofing and bullet-proofing, but there will also be problems such as slippage, falling blocks, and cracks.
In view of the above phenomenon, the new solid rubber tire adopts imported fiber rubber as the tire base rubber, which improves the heat generation performance of the tire and greatly reduces the heat generation of the tire. The fiber rubber has good rigidity, high hardness, good stiffness, and deformation. The advantages of small, small expansion coefficient, low heat generation, etc., thus fundamentally eliminate the slip ring phenomenon caused by the expansion of the hub caused by the heat generation of the tire.
Blocks and cracks in solid rubber tires are caused by many factors. In addition to external factors such as hard injuries during use, internal factors are mainly caused by rubber aging, and mainly heat aging and light aging.
The use of viscose reduces the heat generation of solid rubber tires, thereby eliminating the cracks and lumps caused by the damage to the solid rubber tires due to thermal aging.