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Pneumatic Tire Definition
"Pneumatic" is a Greek word for "spirit". "Pneuma" means something that is filled with air. Most tires you utilize or see these days are more than likely pneumatic tires. In fact, most modern commercial transportation and private motor vehicles could not function without using pneumatic tires.

Webster's online dictionary defines pneumatic tires as tires that are made from durable rubber and could hold compressed air. Any tire that needs air pressure to hold its shape is considered to be a pneumatic tire.

The invention of the pneumatic tire has been credited to John Boyd Dunlop, an Irish surgeon, who during 1888 developed the very first practical pneumatic bicycle tire. In the year 1895, the Michelin brothers Edouard and Andre, the Michelin brothers were the very first ones to utilize pneumatic tires on a car during a race.

Pneumatic tires are made from many bands of plys or corded fabric. Plys are normally coated with rubber which enables them to hold air pressure. Bias ply tires have the plys overlaid at a specific angle to the other layers. Radial tires have all plys laid at 90 degrees to the casing or tire body.

Inside tube tires, there are a kind of rubber inner tube to be able to hold the air pressure. Bicycle tires, motorcycle tires on spoke rims and older bias ply truck and car tires use inner tubes. Tubeless tires have a stiff bead on the edges of the sidewall that forms an airtight seal with the wheel. This eliminates the need for an inner tube.

Pneumatic tires could lose air pressure when punctured that makes them unsuitable for certain applications. Tires tires used by the military, used on forklifts, tires used in construction are normally filled with resilient foam or constructed with solid rubber.

Komatsu FD150ET-7
The lifting capacity of the Komatsu FD150ET-7 in Massachusetts is 33000 lbs. Some of the other notable features of the FD150ET-7...
Komatsu FD100T-8
The lifting capability of the FD100T-8 from Komatsu in Massachusetts is 22000 lbs. The FD100T-8 model contains a diesel powered...
Komatsu FD115T-7
The lifting capability of the Komatsu FD115T-7 in Massachusetts is 25000 pounds. Some of the other notable features of the FD115T-7...
Komatsu FD135T-7
The two wheel drive Komatsu FD135T-7 in Massachusetts is a diesel powered vehicle with an articulating boom that has a maximum...
Komatsu FD135T-6
With a lifting height of 168 feet, the FD135T-6 in Massachusetts produced by Komatsu is ideal for many different applications. This...
Komatsu FD135T-8
Komatsu produced the FD135T-8 model to have a lifting capability of 30000 lbs in Massachusetts. With a straight boom that extends...
Komatsu Dual Fuel Forklifts
Dual Fuel Engine Dual Fuel or DF Engines are the type of engines which could operate on a mixture of gas fuel or diesel fuel or it...
Komatsu Used Forklifts
Komatsu began to establish themselves during 1921 as a diversified provider of industrial-use products and services. Still to this...
Komatsu Counterbalance Forklift
Counterbalance forklift Training The Occupational Safety and Health Administration does require operators using a counterbalanced...
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