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radial tire[¦rād·ē·əl ′tīr]
A pneumatic tire constructed with a layer of fabric between the tread and the plies (cords), which run straight across the tire. Also known as radial-ply tire.
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2) was due to the reduction in cost and the increase in production capacity for natural and synthetic rubber; as well as to the more demanding technological developments of the following decade such as the introduction of steel belted tires
and radial tires.
The ND-PG1 can be installed close to the tire to monitor the rotation of steel belted tires
and also comes with a polarization "wand" used to magnetize the steel belts.
29, 1994--Every year $50 billion worth of automobile and truck tires are sold worldwide and 250 million old steel belted tires
roll into junkyards and landfills.