How about the performance of solid tires？
Solid rubber tires and pneumatic tires (including radial tires and bias tires) each have their own advantages. Solid rubber tires have large loads, are puncture-resistant, not need maintenance. Generally speaking, solid tires have a much higher load (1.5-2.5 times) than that of pneumatic tires, and they play a great advantage in many places with harsher environments, such as steel plants, timber plants, ceramic plants, and garbage power plants.
The performance of solid tires is generally affected by a variety of factors such as the use of rubber, formula, production process, etc. Regular manufacturers generally use a three-layer rubber formula for wear-resistant tread rubber, core rubber with good heat dissipation performance, and base rubber with higher hardness. To ensure the performance of the entire tire, if you use special ones, such as steel plants need high-temperature-resistant solid tires, ports need salt spray and corrosion-resistant solid tires, timber plants need puncture-resistant solid tires, etc., different places also need manufacturers to make different Formula to meet demand.
In addition, each solid tire has its dimensions and parameters, such as overall diameter, inner diameter,section width, etc. The load capacity of solid tires corresponding to different sizes and parameters will be different, and the service life will be different. Before purchasing solid tires, it is best to communicate with the manufacturer or seller the parameters and load-bearing capacity of the solid rubber tires purchased to ensure that they are not overloaded during later use and ensure a longer service life.
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