The ability to bear the load of a car
It can buffer the impact from the road together with the vehicle suspension system, and attenuate the resulting vibration, so as to ensure good driving stability and ride comfort
Provide enough adhesion for the transmission of driving force and braking force
To provide enough steering control and directional stability for changing or maintaining vehicle driving direction
Shaping vulcanization shearing
Inspection (appearance, X-ray, Tuo, dynamic balance,strength,high speed, durability) → warehousing
The tyres are worn on the edges with exposed cords due to a wheel alignment issue, most likely caused by hitting or driving up and down kerbs or hitting potholes, which can knock out the wheel alignment.
Incorrect wheel alignment causes premature tyre wear and affects road handling and safety. It is the driver's responsibility to check their vehicle's tyres regularly.
The typical signs of incorrect wheel tracking alignment are:
Uneven or feathered tyre wear
Steering wheel vibration
Drag or pulling
Audible distress while turning corners
Wheel alignment should also be checked after having steering components changed.
Maintain the normal tyre pressure and tyre pressure
Prevent tyre overload
Control the tyre running temperature too high
Remove the stones and other impurities in the pattern
Prevent tyre aging
Please check your tyres' tread depths regularly and at least once a month and don't leave changing your tyres to the last millimetre. Most tyre manufacturers recommend changing at 3mm. If you don't have a tread depth gauge, use the simply 20p method below.
1.Load bearing performance
2. Handling stability
3. Driving safety (wet skid resistance and sideslip resistance)
4. Adhesion and traction performance
5. Durability (fatigue and damage resistance, wear resistance)
6. Energy saving and economy
7. High speed performance
8. Ride comfort
9. Low noise performance