Cara Kerja Vulkanisir Ban OTR

Cara Kerja Vulkanisir Ban OTR | Langkah Kerja Proses Vulkanisir OTR | Vulkanisir Ban OTR
Due to technological advancements, Tytec has a state of the art system for retreading OTR tyres. Tyres produced using this system are detreaded, buffed, built, and the tread designs cut on air inflated computerised modules. 

These modules are fully automatic and controlled by a C.N.C. computer, which can store up to 600 programs and is designed for complete interface of the buffing-building and cutting procedures. This system ensures that your tyres are retreaded to precise diameter and tread depth specifications.

With Tytec field engineers conducting heat studies on our retreads we are continually changing rubber compounds to build you a retread that will continually improve your cost per hour. We also have the ability to tailor design tread depths and pattern designs to tailor build a retread for your application again improving your cost per hour.


 

Retreading Procedure - Peeling
Peeling is performed to detread the tyre and to highlight separations and rock injuries. This is vital in assessing the casings suitable for retreading.



Retreading Procedure
 

 




Buffing
Buffing assists by smoothing the working surface of the tyre this highlights small rock injuries.
Buffing Buffing assists by smoothing the working surface of the tyre this highlights small rock injuries.

 Retreading Procedure - Skiving

Time is spent diligently skiving all the rock injuries and separations to minimize the steel belt exposure. This stage is the most crucial of the retreading process, to ensure that all separations are completely removed.




Retreading Procedure - Clean & Paint

Cleaning is done to remove any contaminants from the tyre prior to applying the retreading solution.

 Retreading Procedure - Filling

Each individual skive is filled with raw rubber compound using extruder guns and is hand stitched in to remove any air voids. This is then trimmed smooth to the contour of the surface, ready for the build process.

Retreading Procedure - Building

Rubber compounds are one of the secrets to a successful retread.

Tytec hold a stock of various rubber compounds to enable a site specific retread to be built for individual customer requirements. The CNC computer, controlled by a red light laser system, allows the exact dimension of a tyre to be created. i.e: E3 or E4
 Retreading Procedure - Curing

Tytecs Auto Clave enables us to cure the largest of the 63" dump truck tyres. This equipment is computer controlled to allow precise adjustment to the flow of steam and air pressure thus ensuring the correct curing procedure.
 

Retreading Procedure - Regrooving

Tread patterns are applied according to customer requirements.
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