Ever Wondered How Convoluted The Process Of Fixing Giant Construction Machinery Tires Are? Watch THIS!
You might have come across huge gigantic machineries on the construction site quite often but ever thought how those massive tires are repaired when damaged ?
One such video was filmed by REMA TIP TOP Company, a manufacturer of industrial repair equipment.
#4 The Process Begins!
The damage is first inspected and the the area is skived to reach to the affected region. Though time-consuming, this is just the beginning.
Once the skiving is done, the injured area's near by region is cut along followed by buffing.
#3 Reaching To The Core!
The code is then matched with the numbers on the tire to get the right material for that particular tire. Then the main work begins.
The centre of the damaged region is marked and the preparing sheet is applied on it.
There's alot more to explore about the reformations ahead.
#2 The Right Way!
The repairing sheet is applied with minute observation and skills. The area is skived taped and then the unit is stitched to fix it up. It is then filled with cushioning gum and stitched again.
But the tire is still not ready to be back on work. Continue reading.
#1 The Entire Process!
Even after finishing up the work with repairing unit, the process is yet to be over. After stichting up the sheet, the detailing is then completed on the front side.
Watch the entire process in the video below.
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