Those factors related to loader tyres

Construction vehicles equipped with tires have higher requirements for their use efficiency, so every link from purchase to use has many limiting factors, which can better assist construction vehicles to complete construction operations, but also obtain high tire utilization.
   First of all, the selection of load tyres should consider factors including: type, construction environment, weather, heavy load, speed, distance, heat resistance, cutting resistance, and other factors. The wheel tire platform generally has a small survey to recommend suitable tires after understanding the actual construction environment of the customer.
  Secondly, due to the wide application range of load tyres and the complex construction environment, there are relatively more limiting factors. The factors that affect the service life of tires include many factors such as air pressure, load, and driving speed. Excessive air pressure will cause the tread contact area to become smaller, the bead lip part tension will increase, the middle part of the tread will wear out early, the tread and the sidewall will easily burst; if the air pressure is too low, the carcass will be deformed, the tread will be concave, and the tire will be concave. Insufficient load-bearing capacity, early wear of the tire shoulders, easy damage to the carcass and easy breakage of the cord; excessive load will cause increased stress on the tire shoulders and large bead deformation, which will easily cause the tire to heat up and cause accelerated wear of the tread; long tires Uninterrupted driving distance can easily cause abnormal heating of the tire, coking inside the tire, abnormal separation of the tread, and a tire blowout.
  Because load tyres also have different products under several categories such as use, pattern, tire cross-sectional width, tire inflation pressure, model, etc., different tires have different precautions. Regular inspection and replacement are indispensable.

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