In the 19th century, a car tire was born at that time. He kept the nature of rubber—white; a single color usually cannot meet the diversified pursuits of car owners. We began to add various dyes to the solid tires
, and the tire colors began to Then it changed; in 1915, carbon black raw materials were added to tires, and it was accidentally discovered that the wear resistance of tires after adding carbon black was 4-5 times that of white tires; then black tires began to dominate the world. The editor of the solid tire manufacturer tells you why it is black? You may also think why the color of the tire can only be black? Can’t it be white, pink, or rainbow? In fact, this question was asked more than a hundred years ago Some people have thought about it, and it has been practiced vigorously. The result is that we chose black again by coincidence. History of tire discoloration: from colorful to black. In the 19th century, a car tire was born. It kept the nature of rubber—white; a single color usually cannot meet the diversified pursuits of car owners. We began to add various kinds of tires to tires. With different dyeing agents, the color of tires began to change accordingly; in 1915, carbon black raw materials were added to tires, and we suddenly found that the wear resistance of tires after adding carbon black was 4-5 times that of white tires; Tires began to rule the world.
A colorful counterattack: an endless test. In the 1950s, in order to flaunt their magnificence, the tall and rich once again set their sights on the tires. This time it was more direct. The surface of the tire is washed and rinsed, and all kinds of colors can be painted out! Nowadays, XX paint is shouting "rewriting life" every day. Is it possible to find the idea from the tires that were washed and brushed in the last century? But this kind of decent project is easy to be unfinished. After a long time, the paint is easy to fall off, and the spots are very unsightly, so this method is gradually abandoned. In the 1960s, white tires made a comeback. Although they have been improved, their performance has not been greatly improved. Instead, the cost has soared. What is even more unbearable is that the color of white tires will turn brown and yellow after a long time, so they gradually decline. Later, in the 1980s, solid rubber tires with white fonts or white side bands appeared in developed countries, and some companies even developed transparent tires, but the practical significance was not great. With the development of science and technology, silicon dioxide replaces carbon black, and colorful tires stand out again. This time the technology is more mature, but the market acceptance is still not high.
The "color" temptation is invalid, returning to the original. After two centuries of "color" temptation, after the "deviation" failed, we gradually got used to black. The color to flaunt the identity. Black is still the rule in the tire industry, but at the same time, technology has also given tires more colors, which only exist as decoration and fashion.