Matters Needing Attention for Loader Tires when Operating in Summer
1. The temperature rise of the loader tires has a great relationship with the working time and environment.
During the operation of the loader, the load acting on the tires periodically changes, causing the tires to periodically deform, and at the same time, the tires contact the ground and rub. In this way, the temperature of the carcass will continue to rise. The temperature rise of the loader tires is not only related to the load weight, driving speed, and road conditions of the vehicle, but also related to the working time and ambient temperature.
2. What should be noticed about the loader tires when driving in summer?
It is relatively difficult to use the vehicle in winter. It is recommended that each start should not exceed 8 seconds. If you cannot start, you should release the start switch and wait for 1 minute before starting the second start. After the engine is started, idling for a period of time (not too long, too long will form carbon deposits on the inner wall of the cylinder, causing the cylinder to pull), one is to charge the battery, and the other is to make the water temperature reach 55℃ and the air pressure to 0.4Mpa, then Start driving again.
In summer, the outside temperature is high, and the tire temperature has a small variation range, and the tire temperature is easy to rise. As the temperature of the tire carcass increases, it promotes the aging of the rubber, and the performance of the tire will decrease. When it approaches or exceeds the critical temperature of the tire, it is very easy to cause the carcass ply to fall off and even burst. Check more about rubber tired loader.
The critical temperature of the bias tires we usually use for construction machinery is 105°C. Therefore, when driving in summer, the tire temperature range is limited to 100°C to 107°C. If it exceeds 115°C, it is a dangerous temperature and a tire burst will occur. Therefore, in the hot summer season, it is best to work in the morning and evening, and take a break at noon to prevent the tire temperature from becoming too high.
When parking, you should park the car in a cool place to avoid sun exposure to the tires, and wait for the tire temperature to naturally decrease before starting work. Loader tires must not be poured cold water or deflated to reduce pressure and temperature.