Profession tyre vulcaniser
Tyre vulcanisers repair tears and holes in castings and treads of tyres by using handtools or machines.
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- Realistic / Conventional
- Types of tyres
Different types of rubber coverings and inflated tubes used for specific vehicles and weather conditions such as winter and summer tyres, performance tyres, truck or tractor tyres.
- Balance tyres
Measure the static and dynamic balance of tyres using sensors, bubble balancers and spin balancers, and adjust by fitting weights on the wheel to correct any unbalance and avoid vibrations, noise and ocillations.
- Rebuff tyre
Use abrasive tools to grind the old tyre and to remove the worn tread, brush or spray a rubber solution to join the new and the old material, and fix the new tread or piece of tread.
- Clean tyres
Clean the completed tyres in order to prepare them for painting.
- Inspect worn tyres
Inspect worn tyres in order to determine if they can be retreaded, evaluating the degree of damages such as cracks, cuts or other faults.
- Coat inside of tyres
Coat the broken tyres on the inside by using rubber cement.
- Adjust vulcanizing machine
Adjust the heating of the vulcanizing machine according to the specified temperature, ensuring the placing of the tire in the tire mould is safe.
- Clamp tyre into mould
Clamp the tyre already placed in the mould, making sure the tyre remains clamped until the end of the vulcanization process.
- Apply rubber patches
Apply the already shaped rubber patches onto the broken part of the tire by using a handroller and the correct rubber cement.
- Adjust bag inside tyres
Adjust the pressure of the air bag inside the tyres.
- Prepare tyres for vulcanization
Prepare tyres for vulcanization by building semi-raw rubber treads onto the already buffed tyre casings.