radial tire


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radial tire

[¦rād·ē·əl ′tīr]
(engineering)
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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* SR51 all-steel radial tire for loaders and dozers with optimal performance in severe operations requiring added cut resistance, sidewall protection and exceptional traction.
This project focuses on improving the fuel efficiency of truck and bus radial tires using PPG's AGILON performance silica platform.
The opening of a new off-road radial tire plant in South Carolina is a strategic business decision that will give us the capacity to build these tires domestically and improve our supply systems globally," Garfield said.
"Bridgestone has made significant investments in technology and training to ensure we are producing the world's leading off road radial tires in North America," said Kazuhisa Nishigai, COO and Board Member of Bridgestone Corporation.
While American cars and light trucks are nearly all equipped with radial tires, that's not the case on the farm.
Cooper Tire & Rubber in Findlay, Ohio has successfully tested the chemical on the steel cords in their tire belts to improve the performance of radial tires.
The price of radial tires of ring 13 was US$ 27 per unit in international market, but the price for one from Indonesia was only US$ 20 per unit.
One of the big stumbling blocks in TDF is allowing too much wire (from the radial tires) in the material.
The durable radial tire is made for articulated dump trucks, scrapers and front-end loaders.
Goodyear will supply its Flight Radial tire for the new aircraft, the company's most advanced aviation product, incorporating Goodyear Featherweight Alloy Core Bead Technology.
Bridgestone's Off-Road Radial Tire Plant is the second tire manufacturing plant Bridgestone has built in Aiken County.
Tokyo, Apr 14, 2014 - (JCN) - Bridgestone Corporation broke ground this month at the planned site of a new passenger car radial tire plant in Ulyanovsk Oblast, Russia.