Green tyres with S-SBR rubber grades and Evonik’s silica/silane combination technology have proven to have significantly lower rolling resistance, resulting in a reduction in fuel consumption by 5% and thus lower carbon dioxide (CO2) emissions compared to conventional tyres made…
Researchers at the University Miguel Hernandez in Elche developed a new tyre manufacturing process to produce cost-efficient, fuel-saving and more quiet tyres.
German specialty chemicals company Lanxess reported that motorists who use green tyres can get to enjoy more return on investment from the money they have spent to buy the tyres.
German specialty chemical company Lanxess is participating in the first ever Tire Label Legislation & Marketing Conference (TLLM) in Brussels.
The new regulations in tyre production of some countries that uses synthetic rubber encourages the use of eco-friendly tyres.