Classification And Characteristics Of Solid Tires

- Oct 17, 2017 -

Solid tire is a kind of specially made automobile tire, which is mainly suitable for anti riot vehicles, cash carts, anti terrorist vehicles, engineering vehicles, forestry machinery and other vehicles. The solid tire is now only used for low speed moving high load vehicles or machinery, but also for fixed position machinery. For solid tire rubber for the whole structure, to ensure the maximum tire puncture resistance, fundamentally eliminate the industrial vehicles in operation process and bearing tire puncture danger in the harsh environment of the.

The solid tire is usually used under high load, and the rubber material has satisfied pressure resistance and wear resistance. It has high stress, high hardness, low endurance deformation and excellent wear resistance. Solid tire is suitable for low-speed, high load with harsh operating conditions of vehicle industrial tire, safety, durability, economy and significantly better than the pneumatic tire, widely used in various industrial vehicles, military vehicles, construction machinery, port and airport trailer vehicles and other fields. For example, forklift tires are solid tires, solid tires mainly in the following three categories:

1, the solid tire is usually divided into two types of bonding and non bonding, the former refers to rubber directly vulcanized on the rim of the tire, the latter refers to the tire after vulcanizing and then fixed on the rim;

2, solid tire according to the shape of cylindrical solid tire and inclined bottom solid tire two kinds;

3, solid tires according to the use of anti-static, conductive, oil resistant, high load solid tires, environmental protection traceless solid tires.