- Sep 28, 2017 -

A tyre is a ring-shaped elastomeric rubber product that is ground-rolled in a variety of vehicles or mechanically assembled. Usually installed on the metal rim, can support the body, cushion the external impact, to achieve contact with the road surface and ensure the vehicle performance. Tyres are often used in complex and harsh conditions, which are subjected to various deformations, loads, forces and high and low temperatures during driving, so they must have high load-carrying capacity, traction performance and cushioning performance. At the same time, it also requires high wear resistance and flexural flexibility, as well as low rolling resistance and thermal property. Half of the world's consumption of rubber is used for tyre production, which can be seen as a tire consumption of rubber.

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