According to the EU's general Motor vehicle safety regulations and tire labeling directives that came into force on November 1, 2012, tires that do not meet the EU minimum standards such as rolling resistance, will not be sold in the European Union. At present, there are some indicators of domestic large-scale enterprises up to the EU lower standards, but the overall quality of radial tires from the EU labeling requirements there is still a gap. In an interview with reporters on September 20, 2011, Fan Rende, president of the China Rubber Industry Association, pointed out that the national radial tire production enterprises, especially the radial tire production enterprises that export to the EU, should pay close attention to their production processes, raw material procurement, and quality inspection indicators. The orientation is adjusted and strengthened to accommodate the EU Tire Labeling Act.
From September 15th to 16th, 2011, Mr. Michael Staude, who participated in the drafting of the directive, was sponsored by the technical meeting of the Technical Committee of the China Rubber Industry Association to discuss the EU tire labeling directive. He said that according to the directive, the passengers entering the European Union after November of next year will be sold Tyres, light truck tires, truck tires, and bus tires must be labeled to indicate the tire's rolling resistance, noise, and wet grip rating. The directive also clearly stipulates the lowest indicators of performance in these three areas: The tires with the best performance are Class A, and the worst is Grade G. Tires that do not meet the minimum limit (ie, below Class F) must not be sold in the European Union. . However, tires produced before June 30th next year will not have to be labeled and will still be sold in the European Union.
The National Tyre Rim Standardization Technical Committee recently conducted a sample survey of large-scale tire companies and found that the rolling resistance of Chinese passenger car tires is mostly E and F. Most of them can meet the minimum requirements of the first phase of the EU, but a considerable proportion of them failed to reach the EU. The second phase of the minimum requirements. Shanghai Tire & Rubber (Group) Co., Ltd. Tire Research Institute's investigation and analysis of national heavy-duty tires show that about 30% of heavy-duty tires do not meet the minimum requirements for rolling resistance in the first phase of the EU, and 70% do not reach the second phase of the EU. The minimum requirement for rolling resistance. Overall, 36% of the country has not yet met the EU's first-stage standard, and 50% does not meet the EU's second-stage requirements.
At present, more than 40% of China's tires are exported, and the European Union has surpassed the United States as the largest export market for China's auto tire companies. Fan Rende said that the implementation of the EU Tire Label Directive is approaching, and all export companies should pay attention to this, starting from various aspects such as tire formulation, design, and quality management to improve product quality. At present, China Rubber Association is preparing to set up a working group for tire labeling in China, and is working hard to promote the formulation of relevant regulations for tire labels in China. At the same time, the association is also stepping up the development of "Radial Tire Process Technical Specifications" and urges enterprises to strengthen and standardize technology management. Fan Rende hopes that tire companies will innovate information as soon as possible to significantly reduce the problems caused by human factors.
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