Solid tire manufacturers explain the pattern types and performance of solid tires

The main function of the solid tire pattern is to increase the friction between the tread and the road surface to prevent wheels from slipping. The tire pattern improves the ground contact elasticity of the tread. Under the action of the driving force, braking force and lateral force between the tread and the road surface, the pattern block can produce greater tangential elastic deformation.

  1. Straight groove pattern:

This pattern has excellent handling stability, low rotation resistance, low noise, especially excellent drainage performance, and is not easy to slide laterally. The reason why it is called an ordinary pattern is relative to the cross-country pattern and the mud-snow pattern. In fact, there are many types of ordinary patterns in general, because every major tire manufacturer has its own laboratory and test yard, where countless engineers and technicians study patterns. However, in the research process, the benevolent sees the benevolent, the wise sees the wisdom, some patterns focus on tranquility and comfort, some patterns focus on waterproof and anti-skid, some patterns focus on grip, and some patterns focus on small fluctuation resistance and save fuel.

  1. Horizontal groove pattern:

The driving force, braking force and traction force of the transverse groove pattern are particularly excellent, and its wear resistance is excellent. Therefore, it is very suitable for construction vehicles such as bulldozers and excavators, but the transverse groove pattern has poor maneuverability and drainage performance.

  1. Mud and snow pattern:

Mud and snow patterns, as the name suggests, refer to patterns specially designed for mud and snow use. When using this type of tire, you must remove the cleats on the tread, otherwise, it will damage the road surface, because many of our drivers buy this type of tire, not for snowy use.

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