Airless Tire of the Future - How It Works?

Airless Tire of the Future – How It Works?

In 2013, Bridgestone developed airless tires for the passenger car market, attracting attention with its environmentally friendly and good driving performance. Airless tires are developing and continuing to be developed. It is estimated that the studies could take up to 10 years to complete. The future of the airless tire project looks bright.

Airless tires

Bridgestone airless tire technology has a rubber wire structure designed to support the weight of a vehicle, eliminating the need to inflate tires with air. Ribbon wires made of rubber allow to hold onto the road. In addition to reducing the accident rate, it provides balance by distributing the weight of the loads equally.

Currently, airless tires on the market are made of hard rubber or plastic. Golf carts, trailers and lawnmowers are some examples of these tires.

Benefits of Airless Tires

Aims to reduce accident rate

It will reduce your need of spare tire

Your job will be less in industry

When used in agriculture, mining and construction sectors, problems such as explosion will disappear.

Environmental Tire

The airless concept tire is one of the initiatives aimed at sustainable long-term vision of Bridgestone. The materials used in the tire are made of recycled material, which contributes to the efficient use of resources. Airless tires aim to bring about a wide range of commercial use of vehicles as soon as possible.