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tire

(tīr) [AS. teorian, to tire]
1. To become fatigued.
2. To exhaust or fatigue.
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China tire industry, especially the truck tire field, is facing serious overcapacity.
Tuesday, March 13--Session 3--Optimization of the testing process: "T3M-TUV tire temperature method--applied for performance and wear optimization in testing and simulation," Bernhard Schick, TUV SLID Automotive; "Xpert --automatic x-ray inspection software for tire applications," Thierry I.
As consuming markets have strengthened, the number of tires sitting in stockpiles has declined.
Children playing on tire crumb could potentially be exposed by ingestion of the product directly, by ingestion of surface water runoff through the product, by inhalation of dust, or by skin contact with the material or surface water runoff.
Angling into the pile exposes tire sidewalls to a beating from fallen rocks.
Check tire pressure: "The number on the tire wall is the maximum inflation pressure for the tire--not what's recommended for your vehicle.
Ontario's dependency on the automobile has created a large environmental challenge with an estimated 10 million used tires strewn around disposal sites across the province.
The Indian tire aftermarket is experiencing significant growth due to a combination of factors such as high vehicle sales across all categories, increasing industrial activity, and rising rates of radialization.
The study also considers key market environment factors, evaluates company market share and profiles 32 competitors in the tire industry worldwide.
In previous scrap tire reports, RMA listed information only in millions of tires.
Be prepared well in advance to hear your local off-the-road (OTR) tire dealer talk about long lead times, tight supply and higher costs.
Michelin's Pax System uses a new tire and wheel assembly system to eliminate these problems.