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What is a Tyre Vulcanisation Label (in Under 100 Words)

Tyre, 100 Words or Less | 13 March 2019

Posted by Simon Boddy

What is a tire vulcanization label_ in under 100 words UK

Tyre vulcanisation labels are a type of bead barcode label that are applied to the bead of a tyre prior to vulcanisation. The label withstands the vulcanisation process and remains attached to the tyre.

Tyre specific details such as date of manufacture, safety and performance ratings, etc. can be tracked using the barcode.

Additionally, tyre vulcanisation labels can function post manufacture. Some automated tread label systems source information from the barcode as tyres pass integrated scanners—providing variable data necessary to print the tread label.

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Simon Boddy

Simon Boddy is Computype’s Global Product Manager within our Industrial Business Unit. Based in our UK facility, he has worked closely with many global tyre manufacturers to improve their processes and ensure accurate bead and tread labelling. Most recently, Simon played a large role in launching Computype’s new automated tread labelling system, Chromaffix.