"Tire gnawing" means abnormal accelerated wear on the inside or outside of one or more tires. A part of a tyre wears out faster than other tyres. Don't worry in this case. Here are a few tips to help you.
Check whether the air pressure of the full-automatic concrete mixer is too low or whether the tire quality meets the standard.
Check whether the tire rim is not round and make dynamic balance.
Check the toe in size, whether the steering rod ball joint is loose, and whether the steering gear fixing screw is loose.
Check whether the steering shaft main shaft or pressure bearing is worn, severely deformed or damaged.
Irregular wear of rear tire tread. Solution: check whether the steel ring, hub screw and shaft head screw are loose. Check whether the brake hub is not round. Check whether the spring plate and bow clamp fixing screws are loose.
Check the tire pressure frequently and check the tread wear.
The solution to the early wear in the middle of the tire of the full-automatic concrete mixer: appropriately increase the tire inflation. (not too high)
Increasing tire inflation can reduce the contact area between the tire and the road surface, thus reducing the rolling resistance of the tire and saving fuel. However, when the inflation is too large, the shock absorption performance of the tire will be affected, and the tire will be deformed too much, resulting in too small contact area with the ground. In this way, the wear can only be borne by the middle of the tread, resulting in early wear. So the rate of inflation should be appropriate.
Here are some tips for dealing with "tire gnawing" of automatic concrete mixer truck. You can refer to it. For more information, please visit our website at www.zkzdsljbc Com consulting!