How to Build a Tyre
Do you know how tyres are made? They come in various shapes and sizes, depending on their intended use. Our white paper explains how the tyre building process works. For this process, we assume that all requirements for the tyre are known and have been included in the engineering process prior to production. We take you through the tyre production process in the white paper.
How Tyres are Made
The process of building a tyre consists of four phases. The first phase is the preparation phase. This is where the tyre compounding and tyre mixing process take place. After this, the tyre carcass is built. This carcass is the foundation of the tyre. When the foundation is ready, it will be combined with the mixed rubber compound of the tyre and a tread pattern will be added. The tyre is then placed in a mould, for giving the tyre its final shape and size. Up next, is the tyre curing process. This process helps to bond all the layers of the tyre together and makes the tyre ready for tyre marking. In the last phase, the tyre undergoes quality control. Once the tyre’s quality is up to our standards, the tyre had passed all the stages and will be ready for shipment.
Would you like to know more? Download our white paper for the full explanation of how to build a tyre.
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