tyre liner fabric for tire

Short Description:

Standard width: 100mm-1 700mm
(warp) : PET1000D
(weft) : PET φ0.30mm
( Thickness) : 0.75mm土5%
(Weight) : 540g/m2 士5%
( Strength) :
( warp )≥4000N/5*20CM
( weft)≥5500N/5*20CM
(Elongation):(warp)≤70/ (weft)≤35


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Product purpose

The liner is mainly used in、tread、sidewall、 carcass、 inner and so on.

Product feature

Its' advantages are high stiffness、long ageing、the high strength both on lengthways and widthways, not easy folding on the process, also easy peel off from the rubber so the insulation is excellent and the other function of anti-static, color is blue to play a role in resistant to dirt and distinguish and it can be reused above 3500 times.

Product process

It's plain woven with high strength polyester anti-static filament and polyester mono-filament then singeing to clear away the batting and impurities, finally high heat setting treatment

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Market Overview

The tire cord fabrics market is expected to grow at a CAGR of over 5% during the forecast period. Major factor driving the market studied is growing demand of tire cord fabrics from automotive. On the flip side, volatility in raw material price and unfavorable conditions arising due to the COVID-19 outbreak are hindering the growth of the market.

1. Growing demand of eco-friendly tires from automotive is forecasted to offer various opportunities for the growth of the market over the forecast period.
2. Tire cord fabrics from automotive application is expected to dominate the market studied over the forecast period.
3. Asia-Pacific region represents the largest market and is also expected to be the fastest-growing market over the forecast period owing to the increasing consumption from countries such as China, India, and Japan.


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