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tire

(tīr) [AS. teorian, to tire]
1. To become fatigued.
2. To exhaust or fatigue.
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The advent of radial tires has revolutionized the market of pneumatic tires.
Based on the results of previous studies [5-6], we hypothesized that the pneumatic tires would have significantly lower rolling resistance than the solid airless tires.
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Key statement: A process for producing a tread for a tire with a radially inner layer composed of a first rubber material and with a radially outer second layer composed of a second rubber material and forming the ground-contact surface of the pneumatic tire.
Add to this equivalent wet and dry traction compared to a rubber pneumatic tire and you have the most unique non-pneumatic flat free tire ever produced said Mr.
Key statement: A pneumatic tire includes a plurality of circumferential grooves and a first land portion.
Sid Asthana who has been responsible for the development of this unique chemistry and establishing the necessary fundamental processing conditions, says this new product will be unique in its ability to provide the key desirable characteristics of the pneumatic tire such as good rolling resistance and softness of ride, and maintain the good characteristics of the non-pneumatic tire such as being flat free, maintenance free, easy to mount and improved tread wear.
Key statement: The pneumatic tire includes a tread pattern having a land portion sandwiched between tire circumferential grooves.
Derek Bowers, who heads American Tire Corporation's engineering, says this new and unique tire which is designed to operate in many ways similar to a belted hoop found in a radial passenger tire but without the belt will have rolling qualities substantially equal to a pneumatic tire.
Key statement: A pneumatic tire having a belt structure includes: a first belt layer; a second belt layer in a radially inner position with respect to the first belt layer, a third belt layer in a radially inner position with respect to the first and second belt layers, each belt layer including a plurality of elongated reinforcing elements disposed at a first, second and third belt angle, respectively.
One is the URATHON Commercial Turf Tire which is a urethane foam tire with a 90% closed cell construction and a thick outer skin, weighing very close to a pneumatic tire, and requires no maintenance such as the need to refill tires low on air pressure.