The solid tire carcass is made of all-rubber material, which has a long service life and low deformation rate, which can effectively reduce vehicle maintenance costs and ensure the puncture resistance of the tire to the greatest extent. According to the purpose, solid tires
can be divided into non-marking environmental protection type, conductive type, optional type, standard type, oil-resistant type and other classifications. Let's take a closer look at them below.
1. Non-marking environmental protection tires: suitable for industries such as electronics that require high cleanliness. The color of the carcass is mostly white, gray, green, yellow, etc. During use, no or less tire marks will be left, effectively maintaining the ground tidy.
2. Conductive tire: the carcass is black, and it can release static electricity during use, and will not generate sparks due to static electricity, so as to avoid the occurrence of fire.
3. Optional tires: mostly used on European cars, such as Linde, Jungheinrich, STILL, OM, etc., also known as quick-install solid tires.
4. Standard solid tires: most models can be used.
5. Oil-resistant solid tires: suitable for roads that are heavily polluted by oil and other substances.