HT-Dipped Polyester Tire Cord Fabric refers to a type of tire cord fabric that is made by dipping polyester fibers into a high-temperature (HT) rubber compound. The HT rubber compound used in this process is designed to withstand extreme temperatures, making it ideal for use in tires that are subjected to high-speed driving and heavy loads.
Polyester is a strong and durable fiber that is resistant to stretching, shrinking, and abrasion. When dipped in HT rubber, it becomes even stronger and more resistant to wear and tear. This makes HT-Dipped Polyester Tire Cord Fabric a popular choice for high-performance tires, such as racing and sports car tires.
The HT rubber compound used in this process is typically made from a blend of natural and synthetic rubbers, along with other additives to enhance its strength and durability. After the polyester fibers are dipped in the rubber compound, they are dried and woven into a cord that is used to reinforce the tire structure.
HT-Dipped Polyester Tire Cord Fabric is known for its excellent heat resistance, dimensional stability, and low stretch, making it an ideal choice for use in high-performance tires. It is also used in other industrial applications where high strength and temperature resistance are required, such as in conveyor belts, hoses, and other reinforced rubber products.