Retreading is a tire repair process that gives new life to a used or worn out tire. In many cases, worn out tires still have a lot of serviceable life left even though there is no useable tread remaining. Only sound, carefully inspected tire casings are used for retreading.
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The retread process consists of 6 Steps;
Initial inspection: The tire (or casing) is inspected to ensure it passes industry standards in regards to casing integrity, age, etc. before it begins the retread process.
Buffing: The casing is buffed to remove the old tread and prepare the tire for the new tread.
Repair/Skiving: The casing is repaired and any debris (stones, etc.) are removed manually.
Building: An adhesive agent is applied on the casing then new rubber is applied to the casing.
Curing: The casing with new rubber is placed in a either a mold or a chamber (depending on the process) to cure the rubber to the casing.
Final inspection: The tire is thoroughly inspected before it is shipped to the customer.