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How to Reduce Agricultural Tire Wear?

2024·04·19agricultural tire

To reduce the wear and tear of agricultural tires, you can follow the following suggestions:

1.Regular inspection and maintenance:

Regularly check the air pressure in your tires to make sure it is in the normal range. Too low or too high air pressure will increase tire wear and may reduce operational efficiency or even cause tire blowout accidents.

Check the damage of tires, if there are any problems such as cuts, ruptures or deformation, they should be repaired or replaced in time.

Remove debris from the surface of the tires to avoid the tires being eroded by unnecessary sunlight and chemical elements.

Regularly check whether the wheel nuts and bolts are tightened, whether the bearings are loose, and the depth of tire tread to ensure that the tires are in good working condition.

2. Pay attention to driving and operating habits:

Don't push too hard when starting, turning and braking, and avoid braking and turning sharply to reduce tire wear.

When working on uneven roads or stubble ground, slow down to avoid excessive shock and vibration to the tires.

When not working for a long time, jack up the farm machine so that the tires are not under pressure, and avoid exposing the tires to sunlight for a long time.

3、Choose suitable operating environment and conditions:

When working on soft land or paddy fields, pay special attention to the problem of tire skidding to reduce tire wear.

Try to avoid high speed idling in the pit to reduce tire wear and damage.

4, scientific storage and custody:

When parking the farm machinery for a long time, try to make the tires not to bear the load, to avoid tire deformation and aging.

Try to avoid tires contact with oil and chemicals to prevent corrosion and damage.

5, correct use and maintenance:

Agricultural equipment tires vehicles at work, should maintain a balanced load, avoid overloading, in order to reduce tire wear.

Regularly maintain and repair agricultural tires, including lubrication, adjustment, etc., to ensure that they are in the best working condition.

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