Have you ever wondered what happens to old tires once they’ve retired from their vehicles? Often times, once they’ve reached the end of their useful life, used tires end up in landfills. But in some cases a more sustainable alternative is feasible. Retreading tires is becoming increasingly popular as is’s cost effective, environmentally friendly, and also produces quality performing tires.
Also known as remolding or recapping, retreading used tires calls for a number of steps in order to produce a perfect end product.
The first step in retreading is inspecting the casing to locate damages that may not be seen at first. Embedded debris and nails are some of the most common damages that a tire Continue reading