Because solid tires are in contact with the road for a long time, they will inevitably embed stones in the markings of the tires. Not only are the textures messed up, the stones in the markings hit the ground and make a pattering sound when driving. In other words, does this kind of broken stones embedded in the tire texture need to be sorted out, and what harm does it have?
① Noise: Because the noise announced by the tire is relatively small during normal driving, the rubber tire is softer than the surface, but it is different after being embedded in the stone. And the rubble in the markings will follow the tires and roll on the ground, like being pressed against the ground with the head and face, the kind of rapid click is almost maddening.
②Prevent drainage: If the tire markings can act as a water guide when driving in rainy weather, it can ensure that the tire can quickly shake off the liquid on the tire when driving through the stagnant water, and ensure that the tire grip will not drop too much. If too much gravel is embedded in the tire markings, the drainage of the tire will be significantly reduced, causing the tire to slip.
③Danger of tyre burst: Although the tyre face is solid, the stones embedded in the markings are usually difficult to puncture, but if you walk too much at night, you will hit ghosts. If you drive too much, you will inevitably get embedded in sharp and solid stones or even metal blocks. At this time, it is also possible to puncture the tire wall. On the other hand, when the car is traveling at high speed, the high-speed conflict causes the tire temperature to increase, the gas in the tire expands, and the tire wall becomes thinner. If sharp stones are embedded in the markings, the tire will simply blow out at this time.
In addition, the gravel embedded in the markings of the solid tire of the milling machine has to undergo double kneading and conflict between the sidewall and the ground, and some exposed outside the tread will soon be ground and smoothed. And in the process of flattening, if the car is traveling at high speed, the rubble will simply splash out, the impact is not small, and it will damage the car or the car traveling beside it.