05  Tread Wear Test


We used the VMI Tread wear Test from The Netherlands .The Tread Wear Test aims to quantify the rate at which a tire’s tread wears down under controlled, repeatable conditions, simulating typical driving scenarios. The test results are used to assign a tread wear rating, which serves as a comparative measure of a tire’s durability and expected lifespan compared to other tires in the market. This rating enables consumers to make informed decisions based on their driving needs, preferences, and budget. The Tread Wear Test is typically conducted using a dedicated test track or facility designed to reproduce common road surfaces and driving patterns. This test helps predict a tire’s expected service life and provides consumers with valuable information when comparing different tire models.

06 Noise Analysis Laboratory


A Tire Noise Analysis Laboratory is a specialized facility dedicated to measuring, analyzing, and mitigating noise generated by tires during operation. Such laboratories helping manufacturers create quieter tires that meet increasingly stringent noise emission regulations and consumer expectations for comfort and environmental friendliness.

1.Noise Measurement: Accurately quantify tire noise levels under various operating conditions, such as different speeds, loadings, and road surfaces, to assess the tire’s overall noise performance.

2.Noise Source Identification: Determine the primary sources of noise within the tire, such as tread pattern design, cavity resonance, or interaction with the road surface, to guide targeted noise reduction strategies.

3.Noise Reduction Technology Development: Test and evaluate new materials, tread designs, and construction techniques aimed at reducing tire noise without compromising other performance attributes.

4.Compliance Testing: Conduct noise testing to ensure that tires meet regulatory requirements, such as those set by the European Union’s Tire Labeling Regulation (EC 1222/2009) or the U.S. Federal Motor Vehicle Safety Standard (FMVSS) 138.

5.Benchmarking: Compare the noise performance of different tire models or competitors’ products to inform product development and marketing strategies.

07  Flat-Trac Test System ——

The System is a sophisticated laboratory testing platform designed to evaluate the performance characteristics of tires under controlled, repeatable conditions that closely mimic real-world driving scenarios. This testing method allows researchers and engineers to analyze various aspects of tire behavior, such as handling, stability, wear, and noise, without the need for actual on-road testing.

1. Performance Evaluation: Assess tire characteristics such as cornering force, lateral force variation (LFV), rolling resistance, steering response, and braking performance under various load, speed, and slip angle conditions.

2. Design Validation: Test and validate tire prototypes or modifications against performance targets, benchmark competitors, or comply with industry standards and regulations.

3. Durability Assessment: Simulate accelerated wear conditions to predict tire lifespan, investigate wear patterns, and evaluate the effects of aging on performance.



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08  Bead Unseating Test


The Bead Unseating Test is a crucial evaluation procedure conducted on tires to assess their resistance to bead unseating, which is the displacement or separation of the tire bead from the wheel rim under dynamic loading conditions. This test is particularly important for ensuring tire safety, as bead unseating can lead to rapid deflation, loss of vehicle control, and potential accidents.

 03  X-ray Inspection


We used Y.MITS Tire X-ray Inspection from Japan, The tire X-ray Inspection is a non-destructive testing method used in the tire manufacturing industry to detect internal defects or abnormalities that may not be visible through visual inspection alone. This advanced quality control technique plays a crucial role in ensuring tire safety, performance, and longevity by identifying potential issues that could compromise the integrity of the tire during its service life.

1. Defect Detection: To identify and locate internal defects such as voids, foreign objects, incomplete bonds, or delaminations within the tire structure that could weaken the tire or lead to premature failure.

2. Quality Assurance: To verify the correct placement, alignment, and bonding of various tire components, such as steel belts, ply layers, and bead wires, ensuring they meet design specifications and contribute to optimal tire performance.

3. Process Control: To monitor and analyze trends in defect occurrence, helping manufacturers refine production processes, troubleshoot equipment issues, and implement continuous improvement initiatives.


Prior to shipment, finished tires undergo a final quality control check, including high-speed dynamic testing for performance characteristics such as handling, noise, and rolling resistance. Approved tires are then inventoried, packaged, and dispatched to customers worldwide, ranging from original equipment manufacturers (OEMs) for vehicle assembly lines to distributors and retailers serving the replacement market.

01   Manual Inspection

02   ASTEC Tire Uniformt Testing Machine from USA

03   Y.MITS Tire X-ray Inspection from Japan

04   Dynamic Balance Inspection

05   VMI Tread wear Test from The Netherlands

06   Noise Analysis Laboratory

07   Flat-Trac Test System

08   Bead Unseating Test


04  Dynamic Balance Inspection


Tire dynamic balance inspection focused on ensuring the uniform distribution of mass within a tire-wheel assembly to minimize vibrations during vehicle operation. Properly balanced tires contribute to improved ride comfort, longer tire life, reduced wear on suspension components, and enhanced overall vehicle safety. 1.Prevent premature tire wear: Uneven weight distribution within a tire can cause uneven tread wear, leading to reduced tire life and potentially compromising traction and handling. 2.Maintain vehicle stability and safety: Balanced tires play a crucial role in maintaining proper vehicle handling and stability, which is essential for safe driving, particularly during cornering, braking, and acceleration.

 02  Tire Uniformt Testing Machine


We used the ASTEC Tire Uniformt Testing Machine from USA, TUTM used to evaluate the consistency of various performance characteristics across the surface of a tire during the manufacturing process. Unlike tire dynamic balancing, which focuses on correcting mass imbalances after the tire is assembled onto a wheel, tire uniformity testing assesses the intrinsic qualities of the tire itself before it is paired with a wheel. These tests are crucial for ensuring that newly manufactured tires meet quality standards.

 01  Manual Inspection


Visual Inspection: Tires are examined for surface defects, proper labeling, and overall appearance. Dimensional Checks: Tread depth, circumference, and other critical dimensions are measured to verify conformity.