Discussion on the classification of automobile tir


Mention of tire type, there are many kinds of method: according to vehicle classification, classification according to use, according to size, according to the markings classification, classification according to plan.

According to vehicle classification

Tire press vehicle classification, can be roughly divided into 8 types. Namely: PC -- LT -- car tire; light truck tire; TB -- truck and bus tire; AG -- agricultural vehicle tires; OTR -- engineering tyre; ID -- industrial vehicle tires; AC -- MC -- aircraft tire; motorcycle tire.

According to the classification of tire use

Tire press use classification, including truck tires, car tire and tire and other varieties of mine use.

Truck tire except in the sidewall superscript standard standard outside, still must indicate layer series. But here we need notice is, truck tire layer series does not refer to its theoretical layers, but refers to the use of high strength materials cord manufacturing the tire carcass, the load function is equivalent to using a cotton cord manufacturing the tire carcass ply rating. This is because cotton cord is first used in the manufacture of tire cord, therefore, international practice with cotton cord layer for marking tire plies benchmark. Not the same level, tire load can not. Even as a standard tire, due to its layer series is different, its load to is not the same, therefore, different levels of tyre, not on the same axis use, otherwise, running at high speed and load condition would be a risk. For example: the liberation of vehicle 900 - 20 tyres ( 16 level ) can not and 900 - 20 tyres ( 14 level ) and use of the same in a shaft, due to their different load levels, is not the same as, mix after brief seizure risk

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