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    Socks and fabric shaping machine
    In response to the national policy of energy conservation and emission reduction, coal-fired boilers need to be dismantled. Our company developed an electric heating sock and fabric shaping machine in early 2015; Subsequently, in August 2015, our company developed a direct combustion gas setting machine. Due to its useless electrical pressure and low setting cost (lower than coal-fired boilers), it can also choose canned gas or natural gas according to demand, which is flexible and more in line with user choices. As soon as it was launched, it was highly favored by users.
    The main problems with tire refurbishment
    The main problems with tire refurbishment are quality and safety issues. If the quality is excellent, there will be no safety hazards. The quality issues mainly include: 1. issues with the body itself, 2. imprecise repair techniques, 3. poor quality of raw materials, and 4. unstable vulcanization temperature and pressure. These can all lead to defective refurbished tires.
    The Development Prospects and Significance of Tire Refurbishment
    Tire refurbishment is a positive way to recycle and reuse waste tires, an extension and processing of the tire industry, and has positive significance in promoting resource conservation and comprehensive utilization, transforming economic growth patterns, and promoting sustainable development. In terms of its prospects, the refurbishment of waste tires, like the tire industry, is an indispensable industry in the automotive industry and transportation.
    The Basic Status and Main Characteristics of Tire Refurbishment Industry
    1、 The Basic Status of Tire Refurbishment Industry China is a major consumer of rubber in the world. With the rapid development of the automotive industry and mining machinery, China has become the world's largest rubber consumer for seven consecutive years. According to statistics from the World Rubber Research Organization, China's rubber consumption in 2008 was 5.995 million tons, accounting for 27% of the world's total consumption. At the same time, China is also a country with extremely scarce rubber resources, with over 70% of natural rubber and over 40% of synthetic rubber relying on imports, resulting in a prominent supply-demand contradiction. In 2008, the domestic production of various types of tires was about 546 million (including motorcycle tires, etc.), and the generation of waste tires was nearly 200 million.
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