Cold and hot vulcanization

In recent years, the cost of tires is becoming higher. But on the roads from time to time may occur unpleasant situation. For example, a lateral cut of the tire. The most effective way to fix the tyre is hot vulcanization. Generally there are two types of curing, hot and cold. Hot vulcanising is a high temperature treatment using "raw rubber". It provides repair of side cut wheels, without herniation. Cold vulcanization takes place without heat treatment, and holds the cut with the help of special cement.

Differ these two processes are the fact that when heat-cured bond of the tire this is one process by which the space of the cut is filled with rubber. Patch when hot vulcanization much stronger. In a side cut 1 cm or more, it is best to apply hot vulcanising. After hot vulcanizing want the wizard to test it. To do this, it downloads into the tire the air to such a pressure that exceeds the limit established by the manufacturer.

But every day there are new technologies that differ in both the process and the result. For example, there is a cure with the use of nitrogen, which is also considered effective.

Cold vulcanization occurs at ambient temperature, and after installing the patch, the tire needs at least a day to settle at a temperature of twenty degrees Celsius. If the temperature is below, you might need two days. Any deviation in cold vulcanization may cause marriage. If successful, the vulcanization of the tire has all the properties that are required for reliable and long life.

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