Any kind of tyre failure—evens a simple flat—is a huge hassle. But this can be avoided with careful tire maintenance, regular tire inspection and care.
Monthly Once, Check your tire pressure, preferably when the tires are overnight cooled, or atleast 6 hours after the vehicle was driven.
Usually Tyre pressure is lower than the maximum pressure allowed on the tire’s sidewall, but they’re Differs to each vehicle and its load Rate. Usually tire pressure peaks at 32 to 36 psi. If the manufacturer specifies a pressure range, such as a minimum and a maximum Pressure, then use always the maximum to Inspect.
If you hit a road hazard such as a sharp rock or anything, even though its looks Normal, There is Slight possibility for damage. But remember, even if the exterior looks fine, the tire may be damaged inside. Even though It may not slow-leak, it could fail suddenly. The side slippage produces friction that Produces tire temperature. So inspect the tire treads. Tires with unevenly worn treads should be replaced.
Proper Wheel Alignment & Balancing
Wheel Balancing is the Proper Distribution of weight around a pivoting Tire and Wheel Alignment get together is suggest Wheel Balancing. Poor Wheel Alignment can influence both your Car and your Safety.
Side Well Check
Using a tire and wheel cleaning product will provide you a clear look at both the tires and wheels. If you find cracks in the wheel or damage beyond surface Cut the tire sidewalls, and damage to the bead area that could be responsible for pressure leakage.
Wheel alignment and Balancing
Wheel alignment and Balanicng is entirely different term, but many of them getting confusing this things. Wheel alignment is the process of adjusting the angles to make perpendicular to ground and ensure parallel to each other. The main objective of the alignment is to get maximum span of tyres. It helps the vehicle that to maintain their tract straightly while driving on road.
This wheel alignment is categorized as camber, caster and toe based on Primary angles and then further classified as;
Front: Caster (left & right)
Front: Camber (left & right)
Front: Toe (left, right & total)
Rear: Camber (left & right)
Rear: Toe (left, right & total)
Excess of toe-in or toe-out may cause the tires to scrub. Too much toe-in causes to accelerate the wear at the outboard edges of the tires, while too much toe-out may causes wear at the inboard edges.
Wheel Balancing is to allow the tires and wheels to spin without causing any vibrations. Wheel Balancing ensure that all of the tyres are balanced with the wheel weights for smooth running of each tyres. There is a possibility that the steering wheel will rock when your wheels are not properly balanced at particular speed.
Static balancing machine is used to measure static balance, where the tire is placed in its vertical axis on a non-rotating spindle tool. The amount of deflection shows in static balancing machines which indicate the magnitude of the unbalance. The angle of the deflection indicates the angular location of the unbalance
Dynamic balance describes the forces tested when the tire is rotated, usually at a high speed. The assembly is accelerated up to a speed of between 100 RPM to 300 RPM.
Tubeless Tyre Repair
Tubeless Tyre is closely similar to the normal Traditional tyres, Main Difference is that it has no tube inside. Air is contained between the rim and tyre with the help of airtight seal.
Tubeless tyres have the advantage that it has filled with liquid sealants. In case, If any sharp object makes a hole in a tubeless tyre, then liquid sealant flows out immediately to seal the hole. This allows you to travel longer, without a break to fix a puncture.
In case of puncture, the air will leaks suddenly in normal tyres, which might be dangerous on a highway or at high speeds. But in the Tubeless tyre, it will leak very slowly, which gives you much enough time to pull safely over on the side of the road.
While driving tube tyres at high speeds will produce the friction with the tyre, which leads to increases the temperature of the tube and there are chances of the tube exploding disaster. Tubeless tyres do not have this risk.
Since tubed Tyres has more components like tyre, tube and rim when compared to a tubeless tyre ( tyre and rim ), performance and efficiency are better with thee tubeless tyre.
Why are Tubeless tyres preferred?
1) Better Safety
2) Better fuel efficiency
3) Less chance of damage in case of flat running
4) Better heat dissipation
5) Cost saving on tube
6) No tube related problems
7) Less balance weight required