The birth and development of cars is the great achievement of the world's scientific and technological progress, and it is an important footprint for human progress. It has entered the era of automotive industry from the carriage era. In the early stage of cars, in order to meet the comfort, control stability, and dynamicity of the car, scientists continued to research and innovate, and continuously promoted the progress and innovation of the tire industry.
In 1839, Gutter developed "rubber vulcanization technology", and the rubber that would not be decomposed at any temperature decomposed at the boiling point was successfully developed. After 38 years of death of Guteter, Frank Koblin named Getey the tire company established to commemorate Charles Getergyon, who has made great contributions to the US rubber industry.
In 1888, John Dunlop made the rubber into a tube, wrapped on the edge of the wooden wheels, and then filled the gas. The elasticity of this tire could not only fully absorb and vibrate, but also made the mechanical performance of the car body well protected. The world in the world. The first inflatable tire was born, and the technology was first applied in the bicycle.
In 1891, Andrew Michelin developed a bicycle inflatable tire that could be replaced. On June 11, 1895, the Michelin brothers applied the inflatable tire technology to the automotive field.
In 1903, Mr. J.F. Pama invented the oblique textile. This product was very abrasion -resistant and applied to the tire field to greatly extend the service life of the tire. This invention contributed to the advent of oblique tires.
In 1930, Michelin added a rubber seal layer of about 2 to 3mm thick on the inner wall of the tire. The development was the first inner tireless tire, which is the vacuum tire.
In 1946, Michelin invented the meridian tire. The design method increased the service life of the tire by 30 to 50%, and the car fuel consumption was reduced by about 8%. The use of meridian tires has ushered in a real technological revolution in the tire industry.
Since the appearance of the meridian tires, people have made great progress in the pattern style, structural design, skeleton materials, and the design and development of skeleton materials.