Lubricants for Tyre Manufacture
Lubricants are used during tyre manufacture in the hot moulding operation which is a critical process.
The lubricants used must allow for high temperatures and prevent 'burning in' and corrosion.
During the making of large tyres for trucks and tractor type vehicles, very high temperatures
and relatively long moulding periods are encountered, and mould release lubricants in the tyre
industry are subjected to extreme conditions.
Lubricants have developed special environmentally friendly grease, oil and spray lubricants for
tyre moulding, and we know you will benefit from using some of the following products
Lubricants No657 TAS-WT series which are anti-seize lubricants and separating agents, and are
a combination of solids with a synthetic carrier oil that will cope
with temperatures up to 1400°C.
Lubricants No889 11/400 RS 1 which is a fully synthetic special grease that is
non-toxic, non-combustible, has excellent corrosion protection and optimum oxidation
stability, and is used as a release agent in the moulding of car tyres.
Lubricants 1 which can be used for manual or automatic spray
application to lubricate such items as mould opening threads and chain
studs at temperatures up to 250°C.
We have many other products, and we know we can provide you with the correct
lubricant for your tyre moulding machinery from the large Lubricants range.
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We look forward to speaking with you.
Related web sites for tyres which may be of interest
Kumho European Technical Centre is the European tyre
development facility for the Korean tyre manufacturer
Kumho. KETC is actively developing car, 4x4, van and
heavy truck tyres for the European market.
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