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retread

1. another word for remould
2. a film, piece of music, etc. which is a superficially altered version of an earlier original
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Only by increasing the scale of production will it be possible to invest in the most advanced technology, AZ Retrax, to drive up quality and reliability, boost confidence in the effectiveness of retreads and raise profitability.
At the moment, the major manufacturer of passenger car retreads in the UK is Kingpin Tyres.
He added that the new factory can retread most sizes of tyres.
Bandag's history of success in the retread market and the similarities in the companies' business models, distribution networks, customer base and respect for employees make this a perfect fit.
Some tire retread facilities had to be shut down or moved to different locations where environmental laws were more relaxed.
of West Plains, Missouri, a Michelin Retread Technologies (MRT) retreader and owner of six commercial sales locations, has been using CarParts Technologies Tradera(TM) Tire Management System since September 2001.
Tyres4U supplies new Double Coin RT606 steer tyres for each bus complemented with VIPAL and Recamic bus tyre retread rubber according to the nature of the transport routes.
Topics of the retread process will included inspection, casing preparation including repair, application of the tread and curing.
Amerityre's technologies are currently focused on four additional major tire segments: 1) retreads for medium commercial truck, industrial and off-the-road tires; 2) passenger car and light truck tires 3) special trailer tires with "run-flat" capabilities; and 4) solid industrial tires.
29 /PRNewswire-FirstCall/ -- Amerityre Corporation (BULLETIN BOARD: AMTY) announced that it has achieved positive results from both independent laboratory and field testing of polyurethane retreads on truck tires.
Session 3 will include the following presentations: "Retreading: Where we have been and where we are going--a look at the economic and environmental benefits retreads offer," Harvey Brodsky, Tire Retread Information Bureau; "The retreading of military tires--the IDF experience," Jacob Peled, Pelmar Engineering Ltd.
This has brought the quality of retreads ever closer to that of new tires, in terms of reliability, safety and performance, to the point where retreads are today used more than new tires by transport fleets all over the world.