Amazing Process of Making Retreaded Tire With Old Tires. Tire Recycling Factory in Korea

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Amazing Process of Making Retreaded Tire With Old Tires. Tire Recycling Factory in Korea
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@Factory_Monster 3 aylar önce
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@722win2 3 aylar önce
@user-fb8pi4pc2i 2 aylar önce
타카를 쏘내 ㅋㅋㅋ
@will-vi9pk 2 aylar önce
Pretty cool.
@user-db1cu4ic2f 2 aylar önce
15분30초에 그만 보려 했는데 더 재미 있는과정 시작이래서 못 끄고 끝까지 봤음~😁
@larszenthio1012 2 aylar önce
I worked at a small retreading company for about 6 years retreading truck tires. They also retreaded car tires, but stopped in the late 90s due to less demand. Truck tires, on the other hand, are always in demand. It was tiring and heavy work and very hot. One guy scraped the tread and I did all the rest of the work for the finished product. We managed about 8-12 tires a day, depending on the sizes. I left there in 2002. Now they have 8-10 employees and manage 32-40 tires a day. 🚌🚒🚚🚛😉👍
@soldick11 2 aylar önce
Does it take that long? Tractors and combines did not work?
@shawbros 2 aylar önce
"It was tiring"
@quantumleap359 2 aylar önce
That's why bicycles can't stand up by themselves - they are two-tired. @@shawbros
@nikolasidoroff8530 2 aylar önce
И посмотрите как покрышки карьерных самосвалов ремонтриуют
@kenlund9671 Aylar önce
A really well made video. So nice to see, thanks. What an amazing high-tech process this is. So extensive. A really large number of machines and also a large number of knowledgeable fitters. Well retreaded, the tires look really nice. Of course, the quality is hidden from us viewers, but based on the qualitative process, you can probably assume that it is high. This was fun, how lucky I came across this video. Again, many thanks.
@user-be1zd4wr7k 9 gün önce
Снаружи,всё прекрасно.Но безопасность шины,внутренний корд,который уже гнилой.Они просто мошеники,потому лица спрятаны.
@kenlund9671 4 gün önce
@@user-be1zd4wr7k What basis do you have for that claim?
@johnp8813 2 aylar önce
Great video! I like the use of subtitles rather than voice over because it allows me to listen to the machines working. I love the camera angles and explanations. I wouldn't hesitate to recommend this video to others.
@Factory_Monster 2 aylar önce
Ur comment made my day. Thanks!
@RepentandbelieveinJesusChrist5 Aylar önce
Repent to Jesus Christ “For whoever wants to save their life will lose it, but whoever loses their life for me and for the gospel will save it.” ‭‭Mark‬ ‭8‬:‭35‬ ‭NIV‬‬ T
@canadianoddy8504 27 gün önce
I watched this video beginning to end. VERY well done video. Great work on this.
@fernandoestrada6426 15 gün önce
I totally agree with you !! 😃👏🏼👏🏼👏🏼😃
@user-mb29068 8 gün önce
Хотел сказать тоже самое, но Вы меня опередили😊
@user-pt7im7ry3l Aylar önce
아버지께서 카센타를 하셔서 재생타이어를 많이 봤는데, 이렇게 복잡하고 정교하게 만들어지는지 몰랐네요, 재밌게 잘봤습니다. 타이어 갈때 분진이 상당할거같은데 다들 건강하셨으면 좋겠네요!
@samjone478 Aylar önce
Ayy lmao
@luismatos9179 14 gün önce
VERY VERY NICE FACTORY. !!!! WORKING THE PLANET BETTER. !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! THANK YOU VERY MUCH !!! A VERY GOOD VÍDEO. !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
@m.astudiodegravacaomarryad2144 2 aylar önce
Esse sim é um trabalho extraordinário e feito com muito amor, pois dependemos do trabalho de vocês pra termos mais segurança e conforto nos nossos veículos e viagens. Que Deus abençoe cada dia mais a saúde e o trabalho de vocês 🙌👋👋👋👋👋 merecem todos os likes do mundo
@CALLOFDUTY.99 2 aylar önce
Que bueno que existan fabricas ecologistas y así puedan mejorar el mundo 🌍🌎 reutilizar los viejos por nuevos ❤
@haitchteeceeeightnineeight5571 3 aylar önce
It's really interesting that these two methods for retreading coexist. I imagine the first method is cheaper but the seam in the tread would yield a less durable type, or perhaps lower speed rated, but it cooks dozens of tyres at a time in the oven, compared to the mould-cured method's one at a time. I think the video still would have been fascinating if you'd included all the rubber mixing stages. Heavy machinery chewing on rubber like a cow on grass.
@JHoonSeo 2 aylar önce
2번째 제작 방식은 좀 더 비싼 대신에 내구성이 좋습니다.
@6tonn Gün önce
On 18:40 you see that speed rating is just 60 km/h
@aguiadourada6445 2 aylar önce
E maravilhoso o trabalho de todos vocês , gostei muito de ver que pessoas como vocês se preocupam com a natureza , a minha nota pra vocês e nota NIL meus parabéns ❤
@LeoKim-dj9se Aylar önce
안녕하세요, 당신은 정말 아름답고 매력적으로 보입니다.
@fernandocarvalho2710 Aylar önce
@elisioeudes6288 2 aylar önce
Sensacional; Tiro o meu chapéu para esses profissionais guerreiros! 👍👏👏
@thatdrewmoore Aylar önce
When I started working for Goodyear at a Goodyear Commercial Tire and Service Center, I had no idea retreads existed. It blew my mind once I learned about them. Some people swear by them, some people hate them, but it definitely is more cost-effective in the short term at the very least. One of these days I'm going to visit my region's retreading plant to see the action in person.
@Coecoo 3 gün önce
Is it more cost effective? There's just so many frikking additional steps compared to just recycling the rubber and producing an entirely new tire.
@thatdrewmoore 3 gün önce
@@Coecoo You think retreading a tire has more steps than creating an entirely new tire from recycled tires? Considering I can sell a retread trailer tire at 1/2 the cost of a new tire is proof that they can be more cost effective.
@Coecoo 3 gün önce
@@thatdrewmoore Last time i checked, creating a new tire is layering recycled material, molding&/curing it, adding tread patterns and you're all done. In the video, they are doing all this plus a whole bunch of extra steps like precisely shaving off old stuff (no doubt also meticulously inspecting every single tire), trimming excess, manually slabbering on adhesives and much more. I really don't see how this works economically speaking unless there's stuff like massive recycling grants, not needing some fancy permit or licensing for brand tires, etc.
@thatdrewmoore 3 gün önce
@@Coecoo There's a significant decrease in the amount of rubber that is needed. The casing is already complete with rubber, steel cords, etc. They buff it down, ensure the casing is good, and cement new tread on it. You're definitely not appreciating the costs/steps that go in to creating a brand new tire casing.
@PAcifisti Gün önce
@@thatdrewmoore Oh, it requires less resources and is technically more cost- effective, but in the same way eating from dumpster is also cost-effective way to save on food. Rethreaded tires are a gamble when it comes to their performance. They usually try to copy some existing tread patterns but can't replicate the kind of rubber it might require to work. Save money now, pay for hospital / Funeral later for your family.
@davidf3696 2 aylar önce
I used to be a tire retreader. Almost 50 years ago. Although we did passenger car tires only, the basic systems have not changed at all, in that time. I found that quite interesting.
@NetHazard 2 aylar önce
Alot of people despise re-treads, especially as truck tires, but as you know, they can be a very good tire. The problem is, they're only as good as the skill of the person re-treading them.
@ceedaddy 2 aylar önce
If it ain't broke ...don't fix it. Simple and Original is usually the best way !!
@brickleyyard4966 2 aylar önce
Do thay really retred aircraft tyres
@user-jh6vt8vx4v 2 aylar önce
​@@brickleyyard4966yes, actually Aircraft tire get retread lot earlier compare to truck tire. And the reason it is more viable is due to the aircraft tire work on lot cleaner Road surface. Hence, even with same process same skill people. It is less likely experiencing failure. Actually to be fair, I would like to see the statistic of failure rate of new tyer vs retread. For semi case, the retread tire are used on the trailer where the load is. Of course it is going to experience more failure. Im just not convince new tire will fare significantly better.
@brickleyyard4966 Aylar önce
@user-jh6vt8vx4v cool I always assumed that it was possible but just be safer to just fit new tires Thansk for your reply
@yusticiano 22 gün önce
Looks like its a good quality retread one. I saw them here not as good as those in video. And I like the way you present everything here without any voice narrations. Like watching a masterpiece. And nice angle too thanks for the video.
@clintwilde1048 2 aylar önce
I used retreads on my cars for years in the 60's and 70's by Bandag. They were inexpensive, and as long as you did not do a lot of high speed driving, as on an Interstate, they would give good service. Retreads are still used a lot in the trucking industry, judging by all the 'alligators' you see on the highways.
@tywal 2 aylar önce
Ditto - I too used retread car tires back then. They were very inexpensive. I vaguely recall having a problem one time with a recently purchased retread tire, I don't recall what was wrong, and the local tire dealer replaced it under warranty.
@KarsKirai 2 aylar önce
100% correct about highway driving caution.
@user-xz1po6py7z 2 aylar önce
​​@@tywalтебе протектор резали по твоей покрышеке, а не наклеивали. Где гарантии что эту хрень тебе не размотает в лобовое стекло?!
@Rainmotorsports 2 aylar önce
Alligators are just separated tread period. Driving on a blow out which is way more common with larger wheel count vehicles will cause the tread to separate and roll into the road. I always thought it was funny people think these are all from retreads.
@Legion563 2 aylar önce
Oh shit so all those random tire treads I see on the side of motorways make perfect sense now, its the retread coming off the tire itself. You've answered a question I've had for years that I've never actually ended up asking anyone about so thanks for that. Btw calling them 'Alligators' is just perfect, definitely sharing that one lol.
@capela8669 2 aylar önce
Solid video. I'm on the side of the industry where I collect the tires and bring them to be processed into crumb rubber but I've always been intrigued by retreading.
@NikolayBychkovRus 2 aylar önce
Hi. Do you know where all this rubber crumbs is used? Could you,please, be so kind to share your experience? As far as I know there is much more crumble produced than used.
@realtundratrash 2 aylar önce
Great video, shows what goes on behind the scenes to keep trucks on the road, most people never give it a second thought
@antoniocarlossantosfo1070 2 aylar önce
Perfeito! Ganhou um amigo no Brasil!
@MatCendana 2 aylar önce
More processes and more thorough in this factory than I've seen elsewhere. New tyres are better, of course. But this company's rethreads are of high quality.
@roscoejones374 2 aylar önce
@danielbeiman7259 2 aylar önce
Tyres is the British English equivalent of tires.
@gerardvaldepenas3119 2 aylar önce
I wish we have the same facility here in the Philippines. We have recapping companies here, but not as good you have shown in this vlog. It is really like brand new quality.
@aliciaqueupumil3186 2 aylar önce
Ojalá unieran más plantas recicladoras en muchos países!!😊❤❤❤
@user-xz1po6py7z 2 aylar önce
Ты один живёшь?. Близких нет? Никого не жаль?
@cagallobrut301 2 aylar önce
no crees que es peligroso? para un coche vale pero para un camion que lleva combustible?¿
@marcioferreira6584 2 aylar önce
Parabéns pelo trabalho muito bom
@kkclasses7369 Aylar önce
Smoothness of work done by them is really appreciating!
@Killerean 2 aylar önce
We once changed our whole fleet to retreads. Four trucks, 16 tires. It was like riding on marshmallows and then we've had two catastrophic failures. Not only the tire went but it also took a piece of the truck with it. That's a fail rate of 1 in 8. A bit too much for my comfort.
@user-we6wv2hk7u Aylar önce
폐기물이 많은 문제가 되고 있는데, 이렇게 자원을 선순환 시키는 기술과 업체들이 많아졌으면 좋겠습니다. 타이어를 어떻게 만드는지 그 공정을 잘 볼 수 있어서 좋았습니다. 감사합니다.
@martin425 Aylar önce
1970부터 재생산업기술은 발전해왔어요. 영상 막바지에 있는 고무스크럽들을 이용해 F1이나 레이싱서킷 등을 만들기도 하고. 뭣보다 타이어회사들은 재생타이어 기술만은 특허를 내지 않고(라이센스가 없음) 재생타이어용 트레드 패턴 모델 까지 있습니다. 원한다면 그냥 시스템 받아서 바로 찍어내서 팔아도 되는정도구요. 모두가 만반의 노력을 기울이나. 오염내는사람 따로. 최소한 막고자 하는 사람 따로 이렇게 있습니다.
@gargoyle7863 2 aylar önce
What a highly automated yet labour intense work. Well done boys!
@retovideogames 3 aylar önce
I really enjoyed the longer tour through this factory. Thanks for sharing and all the explanations, Factory Monster!
@divanilramos2356 2 aylar önce
@user-xz1po6py7z 2 aylar önce
Да, природу нужно удобрять вдоль дороги трупами людей...
@lazarobraga5354 Aylar önce
Dependendo da rodagem, essa capa se solta, principalmente nas rodovias.Servem mais para os grandes centros.
@Come-What-May Aylar önce
I'm amazed at how involved this is. Now Im curious to see how a new tire is made. Fascinating video.
@BuddWolf 2 aylar önce
I remember when retreads weren’t allowed in certain states. I used to travel down I-95 from New York to Florida and the retreads were all over the side of the road. Now, with better manufacturing processes, you hardly see them anywhere. Retreads are common place now.
@Acepilot235 2 aylar önce
Go follow 81 from PA down to Knoxville, TN and you'll see retreads all over the place.
@oirammario Aylar önce
Tudo que for benéfico para o nosso planeta, traz benefícios para todos... Precisamos inculcar em nossos filhos o, RECICLAR. Pois tudo que plantarmos de bom, iremos colher bons frutos no futuro... Parabéns!!!
@brucewayne2773 3 aylar önce
So glad you showed us both ways of how they retread tires. Mold cure to me seems like a better option if I was in the market for retreads. Thank you for your continued hard work and comical narrations as usual 😁
@krsanth-4142 3 aylar önce
Mold curing has a better 'adhesion' than the 'gluing' type, but it's not as cost affective. Depending on the size of the Chamber (the tube oven at 13:10) used to cure the tires, the plant I worked in for Goodyear could hold 32 tires at a time. Where there were only 3 molds doing on at a time each
@Joonbumy 3 aylar önce
@@krsanth-4142 Correct. Because just what you commented, we are doing hot and cold cure process both.
@brucewayne2773 3 aylar önce
That is impressive, thank you for sharing.@@krsanth-4142
@BM-if9zn 2 aylar önce
My opinion as well, a simplify process versus the other one
@JustWasted3HoursHere 2 aylar önce
I've never seen a forklift that grabs from the side like the one at the very beginning. Interesting! Also, on the first retread method, what happens with the stapled split on the tread at 11:40? Seems like that would cause some road noise or imbalance.
@philelliott5327 2 aylar önce
I used to drive one just like it! We called it a bale grab, for moving large compressed bales of wool and staple fibre.
@prestonvaughn2078 2 aylar önce
Staples used to hold tread segments together before curing. They missed the step where staples are removed, same time that the excess rubber is removed with knife.
@JustWasted3HoursHere 2 aylar önce
@@prestonvaughn2078Ah! That explains it.Thanks!
@idahofur 2 aylar önce
To add to the comments below. I remember asking about re-tread tires for cars and trucks. I was told they had lots of problems and didn't save you much money. So nobody I know of when I asked around stocked them. When I asked it was around mid 90's and a set of 235 75 r15 was $200.00 compared to new of being $600-$800. Imagine my surprise when I found out trucks and other products still used them due to costs. I was wondering the process compared to now than in the 60s and 70s would have improved. But, being in the USA. Finding stuff like re-tread car or truck tires is not easy. I'm sure they would rather sell you the $$$$ ones. The other thing to is if I did find them online. Trying to find a place to put them on. most places won't touch tires they don't sell.
@GeekBoy832 Aylar önce
In the US it is illegal to use retreads on the front steering wheels so you wouldn't be able to rotate the tires like normal on passenger vehicles. Big trucks don't really rotate the tires so they put retreads on the non-steering axles. When you're replacing up to 16 non-steer tires the cost savings add up fast.
@fernandocarvalhocarvalho7936 2 aylar önce
Congratulations on the wonderful work, my first time witnessing a tire renovation! This is Fernando from Brazil! Hug! 😊
@user-mb29068 8 gün önce
А что, очень экологично. Я ездил на восстановленных покрышках на грузовике, проблем не было. Если все сделано качественно- срок не меньше новых.
@antonioduarte8617 2 aylar önce
Merveilleux ce commentaire !! Fantastique ces gens qui recycle les pneus qui nécessite un savoir-faire. Bravo à ces travailleurs
@gedstrom 3 aylar önce
With all of the processes necessary, it is amazing to me that they are able to produce re-treads for less cost than brand new tires!
@Trust_but_Verify 3 aylar önce
Only with lower labor costs and high priced tires.
@kun866 2 aylar önce
@@Trust_but_Verifylabor isn’t that cheap in Korea and the price is relative to supply and demand.
@brucelyon6398 2 aylar önce
Exactly what I thought. How is all this less expensive than making a new tire? Very fascinating though. Excellent video. Thanks!
@Trust_but_Verify 2 aylar önce
@@brucelyon6398The cost of core and virgin rubber around the core.
@nightinthewhite3817 2 aylar önce
@@brucelyon6398 you'd need another machine to make the entire tire and who knows how they make the steel wires go inside, pour the rubber on a steel wire tire frame? idk, this way at least to my thinking, used tires are often thrown away or sold for very cheap, they look big so they must be used on industrial equipment, and new, they cost a LOT.
@anthonytran7566 2 aylar önce
Thanks for making this world environmentally friendlier and healthier !!!!!
@WvlfDarkfire 2 aylar önce
If there's one thing i love, its the sound of machinery. Great filming and editing. This is asmr for the working class, now i can sleep peaceful at night listening to the sound of progress.
@keith32482 2 aylar önce
I used to work security at a Goodyear plant. LOVED the smells and whirrs and humms from the machines. Didn't like that I had a half inch of sticky rubber and debris stuck to my boots after every patrol lol
@BM-if9zn 2 aylar önce
I had retreads in my semi and never had an issue, as long as they are from a brand name company. Those workers definitely need to be appreciated, inhaling the fumes and the heat it is not good for them.
@user-dx1cs4bb5s Aylar önce
браво, молодцы!
@luizbelo9677 2 aylar önce
Gostei 👍 muito interessante
@James_burn 2 aylar önce
와...저 크고 무거운 타이어를 신발 밑창 대듯이 재생하는 공정보고 진짜 설비와 저기서 일하는 분들에게 박수를 보냅니다..대단합니다..
@user-up7bz3fd3l 2 aylar önce
재생 타이어와 신품 타이어의 분별범은 또 신품과 재생품의 가격은 어떻게 되나요
@kki-yooooo-ot 2 aylar önce
​@@user-up7bz3fd3l재생신품은 그냥타이어에 표시돼잇음
@user-hj9wx3oc1j 2 aylar önce
@@user-up7bz3fd3l 한국타이어 금호타이어 처럼 옆에 양각되는 상표 부분을 갈아버리고 재생타이어라고 찍혀나오기때문에 속여서 팔수는 없습니다.
@user-rm7ly1pz8f 2 aylar önce
​@@user-up7bz3fd3l타이어옆면만봐도 덧데어있는게 보여요~~
@jaesoonjjj 2 aylar önce
일반타이어 60%정도 가격인데 요즘 중국타이어가 좋아서 굳이 재생을 쓸까요?
@user-xd8ol2ij3t 2 aylar önce
You're making a difference in people's lives! 🌎
@user-qg8mv3vc4k Aylar önce
Excellent video , I wish there were more places like this , there is so many mountains of dumped tyres around the world.
@carreras7524 Aylar önce
I'm from Brazil and watching the whole process I found it very interesting, in Brazil I believe there's no way to do this because here we use it until the steel wires appear
@isaiascarvalho2732 Aylar önce
Sou muito fã desta canal assistindo sempre e dando like 🇧🇷🇧🇷🇧🇷🇧🇷🇧🇷🇧🇷
@roscoejones374 2 aylar önce
As someone who works for a trucking company that used recaps for a couple years I must say they kept me busy changing tires.
@andyguy0610 2 aylar önce
This is the sort of video that is the reason I do not bother with a TV licence. 20 Minutes watching a well produced video and I have learned something new. thumbs up mate, keep making quality videos like this 🙂
@sabledriver 2 aylar önce
I haven't watched "regular" broadcast or cable or satellite TV for years. There are much better shows on this platform.
@Johnnywhamo 2 aylar önce
I find it strange you need a TV license to watch TV.
@soundspark 2 aylar önce
@@Johnnywhamo Required by the UK to fund the BBC. Applies to watching any live TV service, so if you get any subscription service with live TV you also need the license to legally use it. There are these supposed TV detector vans, but it's more likely they are just stalking addresses known not to have licenses and perhaps also taking customer lists of those who buy TV sets and/or cable/satellite/IP services.
@frankyg2384 2 aylar önce
You know you don't need a TV license, it's all a scam.
@hoonfox5087 2 aylar önce
@@soundspark The memes were real all along??
@oldhunterdan 2 aylar önce
Worked in a Bandag retread shop in the late seventies. Not much change in technology but definitely not as labor intensive, We had to manually take the rubber boots off the tires and the repair filler rubber was in a roll that we manually applied then worked into the repair with a tool.
@fabiofeles9177 2 aylar önce
Gostei muito trabalho no ramo de bandas aqui no Brasil parabéns pelo vídeo
@sandisandi-bl9sg 2 gün önce
Muito obrigado por este vídeo senhor e me sinto ajudado por este vídeo
@fkostas01 2 aylar önce
Спасибо! Очень познавательно.
@YuWo-ph9dz Aylar önce
Отличное видео, показывает, что происходит за кулисами, чтобы грузовики оставались на дороге
@user-db7fi6cb4s 3 aylar önce
수 없는 시행착오 끝에 만들어진 제작공정 설계한 사람은 노벨상 줘야한다.
@Factory_Monster 2 aylar önce
시청해주셔서 감사합니다:)
@davestevens4263 2 aylar önce
What ??? Are you drawing me a pic ??? How old are you . The pictures are pretty ! My name is sally
@claudejuteau18 2 aylar önce
I agree
@DonTruman 2 aylar önce
Great video, thanks. The second method *seems* easier and better, but there must be benefits to the first method.
@bglee9929 9 gün önce
일정한 품질의 재생타이어 생산설비에 감탄하고 갑니다!!
@user-xf1xu1sp6b 8 gün önce
Сила.Вот это и есть умение правильно относится к деньгам.Молодцы корейцы,во всём рационализаторский подход.Так держать :)
@sirystio 6 gün önce
Да уж , это получается универсальный протектор для грузовиков, что hankook что kumho похер-ветер ))) Однако...
@user-il3eu5yu3d 6 gün önce
В СССР еще делали наварку типо такой, так что идея не нова!!!! да и даже сейчас в России делают кое где,не массово правда.
@user-xf1xu1sp6b 6 gün önce
Об этом и речь,что не массово.На заре перестройки появлялись кооперативы на эту тему.Отдельные почти частные случаи в Союзе и сегодня,это и я слышал,а вот производств на эту тему к сожалению нет,но буду искренне рад когда появятся:)
@silvasilvasilva5516 2 aylar önce
Parabéns a todos pelo tamanho.abracos
@thegray5730 2 aylar önce
No mouthy narration, no insipid music, just the work....I love it!!
@coolso5053 2 aylar önce
환기 시설이 매우 열악해 보이네요...10년이상 근무하면 폐암발병 100% 입니다..
@MrNeversweat 2 aylar önce
Just the way I like it, zero narration
@RepentandbelieveinJesusChrist5 Aylar önce
Repent to Jesus Christ “For whoever wants to save their life will lose it, but whoever loses their life for me and for the gospel will save it.” ‭‭Mark‬ ‭8‬:‭35‬ ‭NIV‬‬ G
@David-eb6zj Aylar önce
Me too!
@bih196 4 gün önce
I hate it
@starguard4122 2 aylar önce
There is a guy in Zamora Spain that owns a company there that does the exact same thing. Thank you for taking the time to make this video. It was very useful and informative.
@Zakhar-jh6cc 2 aylar önce
Клёвый выпуск! Автору респект. Хозяину завода уважение
@choninsoo 16 gün önce
Обычное восстановление, это придумали в США так делать, уже лет 60 или 70 назад, корейцы просто взяли старый метод
@user-qp6fs6jd1g 2 aylar önce
재생 타이어 역시 한국의 기술력이 매우 우수 합니다.
@JackAssetsBakin 2 aylar önce
@user-oe3gj5wl1n 2 aylar önce
Помню у нас наварки были в конце 80-х, все также, только обьемы поменьше!
@jorgevicentefariasfarias9548 Aylar önce
Muito bom mesmo
@teachist 2 aylar önce
요즘 같은 시대에 환경을 위해서 정말로 필요한 공장이네요~ 일하시는 분들 더운데 정말 노고가 많으십니다...
@1jay288 2 aylar önce
Дышать там вредно😢
@RobotsCanDoAnything 26 gün önce
Excellent video, very informative. Thank you.
@Southwest44 Aylar önce
Sehr gute Arbeit 👍 und sehr umweltfreundlich 😊 Respekt 😍
@user-sl7qu7pi6q Aylar önce
완전 신기하네요~! 저는 이거 보기전에는 타이어 안에있는 철사랑 고무랑 완전히 분리를 하고 고무는 녹이고해서 다시 만드는줄 알았는데 아니네요ㅎㅎ
@KarsKirai 2 aylar önce
I had retreaded tires on a 1969 Dodge Dart. In 1989 I was on a highway on a particularly hot day (Aug 4 in NE WI if you want to double check) and a retread came off one of my tires. The car slid into the median and flipped several times as we were going highway speed. We ended up upside down in the oncoming car lane. I still have a scar on my right calf. Thankfully the only injury was to my leg and no one else got hurt. F retreads, man. Just buy new.
@poly_hexamethyl 2 aylar önce
Great video! How come you can't get them for cars any more, only trucks and earthmoving machinery ? I remember retreads used to be quite common for cars in the 60's, and were cheaper than new.
@DeanstuD 2 aylar önce
Thank you for sharing! My wife's Grandmother worked in a retread factory during ww2. First set of new tires that I bought for my 1969 Dodge Monaco were retreads. I don't know if it is still legal for passenger cars in the USA. Big Semi trucks are not allowed recaps on the steering tires.
@Ttamlin 2 aylar önce
There are a few similar-ish channels to this one on TRshow. Touring factories in Asian countries, usually Japan or Korea. And they're good, I enjoy watching them. But they're nowhere near as good as you. Because the absolutely UNHINGED closed captions you put on your videos! They're fantastic. They're why I'm subscribed to you, and not any of those other channels. Always looking forward to the next video you put out. Thank you for putting this amazing stuff on TRshow for us to enjoy!
@user-rf5xr3mf56 2 aylar önce
Очень интересное производство! SUPER!💥💥💥👍👍👍
@user-co3hn1iw1q 2 aylar önce
Спасибо огромное!!! Было очень интересно!!! Не знал о таком способе восстановления.
@choninsoo 16 gün önce
Серьезно? В США этот метод придумали и начали первыми делать, уже лет 60 назад. А корейцы взяли технологию и также использовать
@gamer_ded5102 20 saatler önce
в нашей стране умеют тока нарезать протектор на остатках корда и продавать это дерьмо под видом почти новой бушки
@scotthiscoe5307 2 aylar önce
Gotta love an educational video. Thanks for that 👌🏼
@imedical 2 aylar önce
이런 공장들 볼 때마다 늘 드는 생각이.. 제품을 만드는 것도 신기하지만 그 제품을 만드는 공정에 적합한 기계를 만든 게 더 신기함...
@cancceed4349 2 aylar önce
대부분의 공장은 저런 설비들이 맞춤형으로 주문 제작 됩니다..그래서 사업 망하면 고철덩어리가 됨 다른 공장에선 못 써서ㅜㅜ
@sonyp74 2 aylar önce
일본산 공작기계
@-spbd6660 2 aylar önce
그런기계만드는공학자들이 진짜 개천재임
@5lofbread2fishes81 2 aylar önce
@nasei6590 2 aylar önce
메인설비는 일본 제품이네요. 명찰 보니 일본 회사 이름이 보이네요.
@schoolmonkey1875 2 aylar önce
진짜 이게 보이지않게 지구를 살리는 일이다...
@iL_Sol 2 aylar önce
Really ecological and interesting, thanks so much
@user-ct8em6xv5u 2 aylar önce
힘든건 그렇다쳐도 진짜 하나하나 전부 감각성 기술력을 요구하네...
@nikolasidoroff8530 2 aylar önce
Кстати метод вальцевания применим и при производстве шлифовальных кругов для машиностроения. А просто добавляются некоторые компоненты в смесь каучука и серы..абразивы и т.д.
@leonelmates9683 Aylar önce
Una maravilla la verdad ❤❤❤
@jamesrader3329 3 aylar önce
This was a great video. Very cool to see how this is done. Congrats to the people that does this work. Thank you for sharing this. Great job.
@davecundiff3663 2 aylar önce
What an amazing detailed process.
@user-zu5ce4ll2z 2 aylar önce
Хорошо, полезное дело делают.
@quimt.6440 Aylar önce
Llanta es la parte metálica de una rueda, compuesta de llanta y neumático. La parte metálica viene de las ruedas de madera de carruajes de caballos antiguos a los cuales se les ponia un aro de hierro llamado llanta.
@user-oc1nl6ec1n 2 aylar önce
Отличный обзор, спасибо.
@jaredkennedy6576 2 aylar önce
Nice. I need a couple of those tread strips though, they look like they would make awesome tracks.
@off_mah_lawn2074 2 aylar önce
Much respect to this company for re-finishing something most people would just throw away!
@persimon6598 2 aylar önce
Is that how Hankook tyres are made?
@joakey 2 aylar önce
@@persimon6598 No, if you mean for a small passenger vehicle with steel belted radials. This is how large vehicles that have "retread" tyres get new tread. In the US we call them "semis" and other heavy vehicles that use these types of tires. I'd guess "lorries" in the UK use these retread-able tires as well. Not for your Kia, Hyundai, Toyota, BMW, Ford... hatchback, SUV, crossover, light passenger trucks - our consumer vechicles use tires that aren't retreaded, rather recycled when they've been worn out
@mbak7801 2 aylar önce
Tyres for domestic vehicles should always be recycled, never retreaded. Re treading used to be popular but there were many catastrophic crashes when the tyres split apart on high speed roads. In the 1970s I brought some but the tread came adrift and started coming off the side of the tyre. Super dangerous.
@ik-ab2yz 2 aylar önce
Most people do throw it away. They buy these thrown away tyres and retread as you see. Moreover, most dealerships take a fee for tyre recycling. Maybe the whole tyre retreading business is more profitable than the new tyre manufacturing business.
@Kart0nas 2 aylar önce
10/10 video, thanks for showing me something new as always!
@user-mp9rd4hg8b 2 aylar önce
I think I would prefer the 2nd method, since the hot rubber is wrapped around the casing in a single strip. With the first method, if the tire is going to fail, it seems it would fail at the seam, where the tread came together. But I'm just guessing.
@michaelmixon2479 7 gün önce
What is the average lifespan of the retread tires?
@mahesatv1867 2 aylar önce
Ingin banget kerja ke Korea ❤️❤️
@nomanvardag1 Aylar önce
Much appreciated. Love Korean technology.
@bpd231martinko9 2 aylar önce
It's very hard for me to believe that this process is more cost efficient than just making a new tire from recycled rubber etc...
@mjb2709 2 aylar önce
Excellent work, cannot wait to see these retreads come flying off on the highway!
@idahotech5175 2 aylar önce
Just thinking the same thing. Amazing during the hot summer months how many retreads are on the highway. I avoid driving near semis as much as possible.
@ReginaldoGomesDosSantos-zu4nk Aylar önce
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@user-fs7gj7sl9i 2 aylar önce
Great 👍 , it's a very wonderful job .
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