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tire vulcanization

tire vulcanization


Tire vulcanization services


In our workshop, every tire replacement is a precise process ensuring excellent road safety. Our experienced team of vulcanizers starts with the professional removal of old tires, carefully inspecting the condition of the rims and suspension. Then, we precisely balance the new tires, eliminating any vibrations and ensuring a comfortable ride. We also conduct a detailed verification of the tread depth, ensuring optimal grip on various surfaces. Our services also include a professional air pressure selection, which affects tire durability and fuel efficiency.

Tire vulcanization is an art of precision and perfection for us. Visit us today to take care of your tire condition.


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Removal of old tires and installation of new ones

We begin the disassembly process by precisely lifting the vehicle, securing it against accidental damage. Then, using specialized tools, we remove the old tires, carefully inspecting their condition as well as the rims.

Balancing the wheel of a passenger vehicle involves evenly distributing weight within the tire and rim, eliminating vibrations and unevenness, thus improving ride comfort and vehicle stability. This process requires the use of a special device – a wheel balancer, which measures necessary corrections and adjusts the wheel balance.

Checking the tread is a crucial step in maintaining tire safety and performance. This process involves measuring the depth of the tread grooves, which are essential for vehicle traction and grip.

To accurately check tire pressure, a pressure gauge is used. The procedure involves unscrewing the valve on the tire and attaching the pressure gauge to the valve to read the current pressure. The ideal pressure is determined by the vehicle manufacturer and is typically found in the owner’s manual or on a sticker usually located on the driver’s door or fuel tank flap.

Proper tire pressure is crucial for driving safety, fuel efficiency, and tire longevity. Too low pressure can lead to uneven tread wear, increased rolling resistance, and consequently, higher fuel consumption. Conversely, too high pressure can affect ride comfort and vehicle handling.


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