How to choose off-road tires for all-terrain forklifts?
Forklift off-road tires are tires specially designed for
, which need to meet the following requirements: rough terrain forklifts
1.Good off-road performance:
need to have good off-road performance, including excellent passability, grip and obstacle overcoming ability, etc., and be able to maintain stability on various road surfaces and complex terrains. Off-road tires
2.Strong wear resistance: Off-road tires are used in difficult terrain and environments, and need to have good wear resistance and be able to withstand high friction and wear.
3.Good anti-puncture performance: various sharp objects may be encountered in off-road conditions, such as stones, glass fragments, etc. Off-road tires need to have good anti-puncture performance, which can prevent being pierced by external objects and ensure the normal operation of the tires. service life.
4.Strong load capacity:
usually need to carry a large load, and off-road tires need to have a strong load capacity and be able to bear a large weight. Off-road forklifts
5.Adapt to different road surfaces: off-road forklifts run on a variety of road surfaces, and off-road tires need to have good adaptability to maintain stability and good performance on different road surfaces and terrains.
6.Good mud drainage performance: Off-road tires need to have good mud drainage performance, be able to remove mud and sand under muddy roads, and maintain good traction and stability.
Therefore, off-road tires need to comprehensively consider the above requirements in order to provide better performance and safety.
The pattern of engineering vehicle tires mainly has the following types:
1.Lateral tread: The transverse arrangement of treads is mainly used to provide better traction and stability on muddy or slippery roads.
2.Longitudinal pattern: Patterns arranged longitudinally are mainly used to provide better traction and stability on dry or hard roads.
3.Mixed pattern: Mixed pattern is the combination of transverse and longitudinal patterns, which can provide good traction and stability, but also provide good performance in different road conditions.
4.Stoke pattern: The Stoke pattern is mainly used to provide better traction and stability on icy and snowy roads. The pattern depth is shallower and the pattern spacing is larger to better shed snow and rain.
5.Block pattern: The block pattern is mainly used for driving in the field or wilderness areas. The pattern depth is deep and the pattern spacing is small, which can provide better wear resistance and puncture resistance.
The above are the common pattern types of OTR tires. The design and structure of different patterns are mainly to adapt to different road conditions and use environments, and provide better performance and safety.
The tread width of the tire has a certain influence on the load and friction of the tire.
1.Load capacity: The wider the tread width of the tire, the greater the load-bearing area of the tire, so the load capacity of the tire will increase accordingly. However, it should be noted that the load-bearing capacity of the tire is not only related to the width of the tread, but also related to the structure, material and other factors of the tire.
2.Friction: The tread width of the tire is also related to the friction of the tire. On dry roads, the wider the tire's tread width, the greater the contact area between the tire and the road, which provides greater friction, making the vehicle easier to grip and providing better handling. However, on wet and slippery roads, an overly wide tire tread may cause the tire to float on the road, reducing the contact area between the tire and the road, thereby affecting the grip and handling performance of the vehicle.
Therefore, when choosing tires, it is necessary to consider the actual use environment and the performance requirements to be achieved, and choose an appropriate tread width.
need to choose different tires in different working environments. For environments such as grassland, desert, mine, and mud, we all need to choose tires according to the actual situation. All-terrain forklifts