Heat And High Temperature Resistance Of Solid Tires

- Jul 28, 2020-

Vehicles will generate a lot of heat during work, which needs to dissipate. Coupled with the high temperature outside, many rubber parts on the car will deteriorate, and the rubber surface of tires is more prone to aging at high temperatures,and in serious cases, it will cause tire burst, which will bring hidden danger to the driver's personal safety.

As we all know, solid tires are special industrial tires used for low-speed and high-load running vehicles. They are widely used in various industrial forklifts, mining trucks and port cranes. The heat generation of rolling solid tires is the main factor that reduces their life. The rapid development of the automotive industry has put forward higher and higher requirements for the heat resistance of solid tires. From the standpoint of stability, heat-resistant solid tires have significant advantages over other vehicles, super wear-resistant tread rubber, and high elasticity The core glue with fast heat dissipation and the solid base glue ensure the safety, comfort and wear resistance of vehicle driving.

Generally speaking, the base rubber of high-temperature solid tires basically uses imported high-rigidity, low-heat-generating rubber materials, so that the heat generation and temperature of solid tires are reduced to a low level. This kind of heat-resistant rubber compound can increase the heat resistance of tires by adding an appropriate amount of rigid structure benzene ring structure, such as styrene-acrylonitrile graft modified polyether polyol, etc., and the tires made are compared with conventional tire Not only has better performance, but the ability to withstand heat within a certain period of time is much better than that of ordinary tires. At the same time, the carcass rubber has superior wear resistance, higher tensile strength and tear strength, It takes longer to run under high-speed conditions, which more effectively protects the personal safety of drivers.

Heat and high temperature resistance of solid tires