When inflating tires, you need to pay attention to whether the tires have been dissipated. When the vehicle is running, the tire will generate heat due to rolling friction, which will cause the tire temperature to rise, and the air pressure in the tire will increase, affecting the accuracy of inflation.
Before inflation, pay attention to whether the matching between the tire valve and the valve core is smooth, and whether the valve is clean. When inflating, try not to loosen or take out the valve core to prevent the valve screw from falling off and leaking.
Before inflation, it is necessary to pay attention to whether the air source is kept pure. The gas filled into the tire must ensure that it does not contain moisture, oil or impurities, so as to avoid the deterioration of the rubber inside the tire and cause damage.
Each tire has its own standard inflation pressure and must be inflated within the tire's standard air pressure range when inflating. If the tire pressure is insufficient, it will lead to increased fuel consumption, increased tire wear, poor braking effect, and may even cause a tire blowout. Hazards such as increased wear and tear.
After the inflation is completed, you should pay attention to checking whether the tire may leak. You can use soapy water to smear the valve or the area with obvious tire wear. Check whether there is air leakage by observing whether air bubbles are generated. The caps should be assembled and tightened tightly to prevent dirt such as sand and sand from entering the inside of the valve.