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Monday, November 9, 2015

The future technology of Tire is Airless and Leakproof

Concerns over the tires problems, such as leaking, not durable, expensive, and monotonous because it always appears in black, are likely to disappear in the future. At the Tokyo Motor Show 2015, Sumitomo Rubber Industries (Dunlop Japan) featuring two new tire technology concepts, ie. Gyroblade, an airless tire and Coreseal, a sealant tire, both make you no longer need to carry a spare tire on the your car.
At the Tokyo Motor Show 2015, Sumitomo Rubber Industries (Dunlop Japan) featuring two new tire technological concepts, Gyroblade, an airless tire and Coreseal, a sealant tire. (Picture from: http://bit.ly/1MdFuoA)
Gyroblade is the concept of an airless tire. The design, a metal rim that circled by special resin material (purple and yellow color section), then coated the tire tread. This configuration was said to meet all the requirements of a tire, without the need of air-filled.
Gyroblade, an airless tire technology. (Picture from: http://bit.ly/1NnelAt)
Gyroblade design is said to be not only safe when punctured of sharp objects, but also cut maintenance costs. Once used, the car does not need to change the tire. The resin layer can be made a variety of colors, so this product supports the aesthetic style as desired of the user.
Coreseal, a sealent tire technology. (Picture from: http://bit.ly/1NnelAt)
While Coreseal is a tire technology concept that has a first-aid system when the tire punctured of sharp objects. It is possible, because there is a special coating on the inside of the tread which served to fill a gap after the tire hollowed. Its function is to prevent the air out. So, you no longer need to use the spare tire when have used Coreseal.
Gyroblade, an airless tire technologies (green) which mounted on the Toyota's new urban transport system, named Ha:mo. (Picture from: http://bit.ly/1H15frU)
The results of this development not only get rid of the problems on the conventional tire but also increase the safety factor. Currently on display, the two concept tires are mounted on the vehicle concept of Toyota's new urban transport system, named Ha:mo. *** [EKA | FROM VARIOUS SOURCES | SUMITOMO RUBBER INDUSTRIES | EN.RESPONSEJP]
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