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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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A retread truck and bus tyre takes seven barrels of crude oil to produce, while a new one takes 22 barrels of crude oil, so it is environment friendly and one is leaving something for the next generation.
AR 750-1, ARMY MATERIEL MAINTENANCE POLICY, (SEP 13) OUTLINES THE ARMY'S TIRE RETREAD PROGRAM IN SECTION 8-12 STARTING ON PAGE 116.
The European Union (EU) formally adopted the UNECE's (United Nations Economic Commission for Europe) technical standards for retreads in September 2006.
Sakuma said that in case of a plant with an annual capacity of 24,000 retreads, the required investment will be around $1.
Every tire we can retread keeps a vehicle running in this worldwide shortage," says Blake.
Retreads are done to the same TSO as new tires and cost less than half of new.
Although all UK airlines and more than 40% of British commercial vehicles already use retreads as standard procedure, uptake is still slow in Wales.
COTTAGE GROVE - Already home to two lumber mills and a host of other wood-products-related ventures, the city has attracted a niche player in the forestry field: a firm that retreads tires on logging trucks and other equipment.
Blocker found that by using retreads from Bandag Inc.
These retreads and wannabe retreads from the 1960s that protest any involvement in Iraq should remember a line from one of their protest songs from that era.
The Tire Retread Information Bureau lists dealers who do retreads at www.
However, we have sold over 100,000 of these retreads in Australia over the last several years.