External, circumferential bevels 20, for example, may be cut into the spike so as to act as barbs and retain the spike in the tire after penetration. A tire deflator as claimed in claim 6, wherein said spike and said support mechanism comprise a detachable integral unit separated from said base upon said tire being penetrated by said spike. When such a rock or sharp object penetrates the sidewall, moisture and air can cause rusting, or deterioration of the wire carcass ply, or the rock or sharp object can actually break some'of the radial wire cords. Taking as little as 1. While certain representative embodiments and details have been shown for the purpose of illustrating the invention, it will be apparent to those skilled in this art that various changes and modifications may be made therein without departing from the spirit and scope of the invention. Suitable for all weather conditions, the spike system incorporates a self-cleaning mechanism and drainage. In Ontario, the extensive grants program initiated to establish a tire-recycling infrastructure has been greatly reduced now that this infrastructure is in place and tire recycling is essentially a market-driven industry.
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The federal government considers used tires to be a non-hazardous waste that poses an environmental and human health problem only when improperly managed and there are no federal programs specifically promoting tire recycling. Senate House of Commons. Suitable for all weather conditions, the spike system incorporates a self-cleaning mechanism and drainage. Author links open overlay panel A. Obviously, numerous modifications and variations of the present invention are possible in light of the above teachings. For purposes of this invention "unstretched nylon cords shall mean greige nylon cords, or nylon cords which have not been stretched at an elevated temperature after being formed into cords.
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When the tire 8 rolls onto the spike in its corresponding support block, the tire is impaled by the spike. Summary Xingda International's track record of consistent profitability and revenue growth is underpinned by high industry entry barriers and stable replacement demand for truck tires. Moreover, many of these devices are fixed in place and are neither remotely deployable or retractable, and thus do not allow for rapid immobilization of an offending vehicle when necessary. This, in turn, raised concerns that there might be an interprovincial flow of used tires to the provinces with the most generous recycling subsidies. A first chipper ply 27 extends circumferentially of the tire, and about the bead core 17 from the toe 25, past the heel 26 to a point radially outwardly of the lip
US USA en In the particular embodiment illustrated the barrier layer comprises four plies of unstretched nylon tire cord fabric having a cord angle of approximately Nylon tire cord is normally made by spinning molten polymer into filaments which are then cooled and combined into a yarn. Customs and Border Patrol inspection sites, sensitive government facilities such as nuclear weapons storage sites, secured industrial and private property, etc. At one time, tires were collected by waste management companies for a small fee. For purposes of this invention "unstretched nylon cords shall mean greige nylon cords, or nylon cords which have not been stretched at an elevated temperature after being formed into cords.