Features and advantages of solid tires

A type of tire that corresponds to a solid tire and a pneumatic tire. The carcass of a solid tire is solid and does not require cords as a skeleton, and does not need to be inflated, so there is no need for an inner tube or an inner liner. Earlier tires are solid tires. Solid tires are currently only used in low-speed high-load vehicles or machinery and equipment, and can also be used in fixed-position machinery.
Solid tires can usually be divided into two types: bonded type and non-bonded type. The former is a tire with rubber directly vulcanized on the wheel frame, and the latter refers to a tire on the wheel frame after a vulcanization process.
According to the shape, it can be divided into cylindrical type and inclined bottom type. According to the purpose, it can be divided into other forms such as antistatic, conductive, oil resistant, high load, and environmentally friendly.
It has strong bearing capacity and can be used in harsh environments with high safety performance and high elasticity. It is mainly used in dock trailers with low rolling resistance, low heat generation, and ultra-high load-bearing capacity.
At the same time, solid tires can be used all-weather, can be used in various weather conditions, are flexible in use, and have a long service life.
It is an industrial tire that is suitable for running vehicles under harsh conditions of low speed and high load. The safety performance and economic performance of solid tires are very obvious. And solid tires are also widely used in various industrial vehicles such as industrial vehicles, military vehicles, and construction machinery.

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