Effective January Table of Contents. Light TruckTire Size and Availability. Recommended Medium Truck Tire. Recommended Usage of Premium Rib.
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Due to the constant advance of tire technology, the contents of this data book are subject to change without notice. Industry Standard Application Vehicle Matching Chart Structural Diagram Tire Markings Tread Designs Technical Data Special Operations O-Ring Specifications Flap Specifications Rim and Valve Unit Conversion Tables Specific Weight Approximately Industry Standard Bridgestone Corporation has developed a wide range of tire patterns and specifications, so that the proper Off-the-Road tire can be matched to any vehicle, service, or operating conditions.
Load capacities, inflation pressures, dimensions such as overall tire diameter and width, as well as the relative rims and tube valves follow these standards. If a tire is to be used for a purpose other than that for which it is originally intended, please consult Bridgestone Corporation for advice.
Definitions 2. For some bars or decorations. Example 2. Classification 3. Code No. Bridgestone Steel Breaker Off-the-Road tires are widely used on loaders at mining and quarry sites, loaders and underground trucks in underground mines, and also on log loaders. Side Steel Breaker Bias Tire In this tire the steel breaker extends to the sidewall of the tire to protect it against damage.
The construction is similar to that described above. Combination Construction Size Designation Strength of tire casing is designed to constrain inflation pressure used. The primary task of these heavy-duty tires is to haul heavy loads faster, over longer distances.
This heavy hauling inevitably causes heat built-up in the tires. As tires have limited resistance to heat, deterioration of the tire may occur at an early stage of operation if used beyond the rated TKPH. Accordingly, it is necessary when selecting tires, to determine the amount of work which will keep the tire within a safe range to avoid over-heating when the vehicle is operated under given conditions.
When haul length exceeds 16 km one way, consult a Bridgestone Representative. Exceeding the tire TKPH may result in serious tire damage or failure. Please refer to page Will be discontinued. VSW 40 kg For extreme conditions, consult a Bridgestone Representative for additional 25 lbs recommended operating requirements. For extreme conditions, consult a Bridgestone Representative for additional recommended operating requirements.
For further information, please consult a Bridgestone representative. Remarks Both rules of 1. These excess loads result from items such as actual vehicle weight exceeding the design weight, varying density of materials, field modifications to the equipment, load transfer, etc.
Maximum inflation pressure should not exceed kPa psi. Standard - Underground Truck Service 2. However, a loader can pick up a load and transport such load to another location and return unloaded for a longer distance. This type of service is called as Load-and-Carry operations.
The tires when used in Load-and-Carry operations may encounter heat problems especially on the front axle tires. To avoid such problems, Bridgestone recommends the following operating conditions. For tires over 33" inch rim diameter tires, careful study is required to maximize tire life while considering Ton- Kilometer-Per-Hour limits.
Please consult a Bridgestone representative for more information. If you need to use the tire beyond this recommendation, please consult a Bridgestone representative.
However, the application is considered to be similar to load and carry operation which has relatively slower speed and shorter distance with more load than normal dump truck use. Consequently, the severity to the tire is estimated using the load and carry concept.
Bridgestone defines the recommendation in this section. For Bias Tires Not recommendable. If the precautions are not observed, excessive tire heat is built up and the tires most likely will fail prematurely. These precautions are as follows and apply to tires on all vehicles in transit—driven or towed. Consult a Bridgestone Representative for specific information before starting out on a drive-away trip.
Stop for a minute cooling period after each 80 km 50 miles of driving or before 2 hours of continual operation, whichever comes first. One-hour minimum midday lunch stop should be observed during full day operations. This is good insurance for a valuable investment. Remarks; 1. Time for cooling temperature of the tire Parked up the loader should be applied prior to start to travel on the road. Maximum load on tire should be less than the Load per tire in the above table.
We recommend that it would be best way for Giant loaders to use tow hauler for long way traveling. If you have a plan of Drive-Away, please consult a Bridgestone representative. PV-7 73 7 90 C D dia. E TR13 Test must be made to know exact weight. Related Papers. By Leonardo Lavado Canchari. Caterpillar Performance Handbook Edition By Dhedy Suprayogi. By Manuel Alegre. By brandon ramos. Caterpillar Performance Handbook. By Vita Alesya. Download pdf. Remember me on this computer.
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No part of this manual may be reproduced in any form by any electronic or mechanical means, including information storage and retrieval devices or systems, without prior written permission from Off-The-Road Tire Department, Bridgestone Corporation, Tokyo, Japan. Notice: Although great care has been taken in producing this manual, we can accept no responsibility for any loss or damage resulting from undetected errors or misprints which may have occurred. Due to the constant advance of tire technology, the contents of this data book are subject to change without notice. Industry Standard Application Vehicle Matching Chart Structural Diagram
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