Yuelong realizes the fact that we are apart of the Earth's Eco system, and so we take pride in our responsibility to provide a better environment for future generations. Our raw materials are formulated to lower pollution emissions. As such, our suppliers are required to provide raw materials which conform to all relevant internationally recognized environmental regulations.
Environmental-friendliness, safety and retreadability are essential features of the new Yuelong product lines. Innovative compounds, structure and tread patterns mean that the new Yuelong Truck products ensure lower fuel consumption and carbon dioxide emissions, higher mileage and excellent retreadability.All this is achieved whilst further improving the established safety characteristics on both wet and dry surfaces that have always placed Yuelong industrial vehicle tyres at the top of the sector.
Conformity to Regulations with HA (High Aromatic)-Oil Free Formula for VOC Reduction
HA-oil free compounds are used across the major portion of our product line. In addition, necessary measures are taken to reduce volatile organic compound ( VOC) generation in our manufacturing, thus eliminating further pollution in the process.
Lower Rolling Resistance for Fuel Saving and Carbon Dioxide Emission
Fuel consumption and carbon dioxide emissions are direct functions of a tire's rolling resistance. Lowering rolling resistance is one of the top priorities for our product development. High dispersible silica and unique cross linking agents are applied in our formula to achieve the stable integration of natural, synthetic rubber and silica, which leads to the advanced result of lower rolling resistance, less heat generation and better grip performance.
Retreading has a positive impact on the environment
Prolonging the lifespan of a tyre by retreading has a positive impact on the environment in several ways. Retreads use fewer raw materials, produce less waste (both during manufacturing and because casings are re-used) and mean less energy waste. For example, producing a retread consumes about 66% less oil than production of a new tyre.