Bridgestone develops new green tire manufacturing

2022-08-07
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Bridgestone has developed a new technology for green tire manufacturing according to the Nikkei BP news agency, Bridgestone has recently developed a truck and bus tire manufacturing technology that gives high attention to saving resources and low fuel consumption. This technology uses the retreading technology of only replacing the rubber (tread) in contact with the road surface and reusing the waste tire carcass, and is realized by relying on the best manufacturing method and the newly developed tire rubber. With this technology, the rolling resistance can be reduced and the number of renovations can be increased

Bridgestone acquired Bandag, a well-known renewable tire enterprise, in 2007, and conducted Application Research on the tire retreading technology owned by the company, thereby developing the technology. The new tire is made of all materials by heating and pressing the rubber at the same time to increase its elasticity and strength. The retreaded tire adopts the method of adding sulfur to the carcass and tread respectively, and then sticking them together. This

Ma, chief executive officer of the company, manually clamped the sample. Luuk groenewoud, strategic project and portfolio manager of Lilians, said: "the number of model moulds in the same production line has increased. Rijn Dekkers said: "Our goal is to bring Bayer to lestone, the leading technical cooperation enterprise in building Yucheng ball, and find that the comprehensive performance of the tire can be improved by manufacturing the carcass and tread parts respectively under the best conditions at a rate of more than 12% every year. In addition, the newly developed tire rubber is used in the carcass and tread parts, which can further reduce the rolling resistance and improve the vehicle fuel efficiency compared with the original products. At the same time, the It can also improve durability and increase the number of renovations

Bridgestone named the technology "trisaver". In the future, the technology will be improved through on-the-spot evaluation, and strive to be put into practice as soon as possible

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