RINGtreading vs retreading

Learn more through the following comparison between the RINGTREAD System and the traditional retreading:


   

Traditional retreading
 


RINGTREAD BUFFING

Convex profiles perfectly match to the curvature of the tread ring. The tread residual is uniform along the surface, thus ensuring maximum adhesion between tread and casing. The advantages are improved performance on the road and increased tyre life.
 
 
 
 

TRADITIONAL BUFFING
The traditional buffing of a flat tread does not remove the residual tread uniformly. 
This causes deformation and weak points that bring to tyre overheating.
Furthermore the flat tread has to follow the curvature of the casing. The result is more stress between tread and casing that reduces tyre life.

     



RINGTREAD BUILDING
Ringtread is the only one tread that, because of its tailor-made ring, has not joints and weak points.
The advantages are improved reliability and better performance.
 

  

TRADITIONAL BUILDING
Uses flat treads and therefore needs to be cut to length and spliced.
The tread pattern is subject to longitudinal and transverse deformation.
 
 
     

RINGTREAD CURING

The curing of a ring is uniform around the complete circumference.
The advantages are an impeccable appearance, and uniformity of the tread pattern.
 
TRADITIONAL CURING

The pattern can change at the tread splice.
This causes the increased possibility of tread lift.

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