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Tyre bead is the term for the edge of a tyre that sits on the wheel. Wheels for automobiles, bicycles, etc. are made with a small slot or groove into which the tire bead sits. When the tyre is properly inflated, the air pressure within the tyre keeps the bead in this groove. It is common amongst drivers of off-road vehicles to decrease the air pressure in their tyres. This makes the tread of the tyre spread out, creating more surface area for the tyre’s tread to grip the terrain. If the pressure is too low, there may not be enough pressure to keep the bead on the wheel, thus causing the bead to pop off the wheel; this is often referred to as “losing a bead”. Beadlocks, which clamp the bead on the wheel, are often used in this case.

Properties of Tyre bead wire :

Diameter Breaking Load Elongation At Break Torsion No of Bends Coat Weight
(mm) (Kg) Minimum Minimum (Gm/Kg)
0.89 ± 0.02 135 min 5.00 % min 58 10 0.30 – 0.65
0.93 ± 0.02 130 min 5.00 % min 58 10 0.30 – 0.65
0.965 ± 0.02 135 min 5.00 % min 58 10 0.30 – 0.65
1.10 ± 0.02 178 min 5.00 % min 58 10 0.15 – 0.45
1.30 ± 0.02 235 min 5.00 % min 58 10 0.15 – 0.45
1.60 ± 0.02 426 min 5.00 % min 58 10 0.15 – 0.45
1.83 ± 0.02 557 min 5.00 % min 58 10 0.15 – 0.45

Dimensions of Packaging :

 

Size

Type of Packing
Z2 Cheese Coil Bobbin
 

 

 

 

0.89 – 1.83 mm

 

ID – 380 mm OD – 750 mm

Width – 285 – 300mm

OD – 760 mm

Barrel Dia – 400 mm Bore Dia – 33 mm Inner Width – 305 mm Outer Width – 349mm

Pallet Base – 760 mm × 760 mm

Pallet Height – 690 mm

PalletBase – 760 mm ×760 mm Pallet height – 880 mm Spool Weight – 73 Kg