Abstract: A pneumatic vehicle tire of a radial belt construction has a tire tread comprising first trapezoidal tread elements that are arranged in circumferential rows and slanted transverse rows whereby the circumferential rows and the slanted transverse rows are separated from one another by circumferential grooves and slanted transverse grooves. The first trapezoidal tread elements form pairs that are enclosed by adjacent ones of the circumferential grooves and adjacent ones of the slanted transverse grooves. The first trapezoidal tread elements of such a pair are arranged adjacent to one another within one of the slanted transverse rows in a mirror-symmetrical manner relative to one another and are staggered relative to one another in a circumferential direction of the tire. The tread elements of such a pair are separated by a short circumferential groove at a bottom of which a circumferential cross-piece is provided that connects the tread elements of the pair.
Abstract: A container having flexible walls. One or more layers of a high-strength load-carrying member are provided, with the member including meandering, aromatic, polyamide cords, with a cover material having a relatively slight adhesion to the cord. Where several layers of load-carrying members are provided, the meandering cords are angularly shifted so that the cords of one layer cross the cords of another layer.
Abstract: A pneumatic radial tire for trucks which exhibits high dimensional stability, satisfactory behavior in running in a rectilinear course, has particularly high resistance to shoulder wear and exhibits a satisfactory drainage effect.
July 10, 1978
Date of Patent:
August 4, 1981
Uniroyal Engelbert Reifen GmbH
Karl A. Grosch, Paul H. Moitzheim, Gert Schloesser, Daniel J. M. Hensgens