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Incorrect tyre storage causes high damage and dissatisfied customers.

The customer has taken his tyres to the workshop for storage - and gets them back with damage. This is annoying for everyone involved, causes unnecessary costs and also damage to the company's image.

Damage occurs, for example, when tyres are stored too damp or come into contact with oil, petrol or solvents. The rubber compounds react very sensitively to this. Another problem arises when tyres are stacked on top of each other and tread deformation occurs. Gravity acts on complete wheels. Pressure on one spot can cause deformation, which can lead to lasting damage.

Tyres should not be stacked if possible. However, due to a lack of storage capacity, workshops often have no other solutions.


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