As we all know, compared with pneumatic tires, the development of solid tires has its own unique advantages. Because the carcass is solid, they can bear higher load-bearing requirements, are resistant to punctures, do not require maintenance, and have relatively high wear resistance. Because of this, the cost of solid tire manufacturers is also relatively high, and the price is usually 2-3 times that of a corresponding pneumatic tire. Then, how long can a solid tire be used? What are the important factors that affect the solid tire and the service life of the network?
1. Solid tire parameters
Each solid tire has its dimensions and parameters, such as outer diameter, inner diameter, and cross-sectional width. The load of solid tires corresponding to different sizes and parameters will be different, and the service life will be different. Before buying solid tires, it is best to communicate with the manufacturer or seller the parameters and load-bearing capacity of the solid rubber tires purchased to ensure that the later service process is not overloaded to ensure a longer service life.
2. Use environment
Under different conditions, such as concrete floor on the platform, indoor floor, outdoor filled with sharp stones, etc., how long the solid tire can be used, the life of the solid rubber tire will also be different.
3. Continuous working time
When the solid tire is operated continuously for a single length, the use of different frequencies can also affect the service life of the solid tire. The length of the solid tire will be very different from the strength of the solid tire at 24 hours and the continuous high-load operation of only 8 hours per day.
In addition, the life of solid tires will also be affected by analysis of many important factors such as the ambient temperature, whether it can be exposed to chemicals, solid tire formulations, and manufacturing techniques.
The following is the relevant data obtained by top R&D centers:
The minimum impact of ordinary solid rubber on the network life of tire companies is 2000 hours, and the maximum is 4000 hours;