How much gas does the car tire?
The pressure of a car tire is between 2.2 and 2.8bar. The standard pressure of car tires can be found in the following areas: the user's manual, the car door (near the B column), the label next to the driver's seat, the fuel tank door, and the door.
Under normal circumstances, we recommend referring to the pressure specified on the car announcement or the maximum pressure 80-100% indicated on the side of the tire. If you are ready for a long-distance high-speed, please raise pressure 10-15%, to reduce the heat caused by the sidewall flex. In addition, the load capacity of tire inflation pressure is corresponding to it, must be reasonable to determine the tyre pressure according to the load condition of the vehicle, and not according to the change of climate and season to raise or lower pressure.Too high or too low pressure will affect the service life and safety performance of tires. First of all, too high or too low pressure will lead to partial wear of tires and shorten tire life. Secondly, the low pressure is likely to lead to excessive heat generation, structural delamination, cord breakage, and more likely to cause the impact of drums, but also increase oil consumption. The pressure is too high will make the tire increased rigidity, reduce area, thus easily lead to sideslip and spin phenomenon, but also increases the risk by the impact of tire.
Tire pressure, in a strict sense, refers to the pressure of the air inside the tire. In the maintenance of automobile engine is the heart of the car, the car engine damage will result in depletion of life, so the tire pressure is the pressure, plays a crucial role in tire pressure level of performance and power for cars.
Recommended tire pressure refers to the cooling tire pressure. Defined as follows: after parking at least three hours or after the tire travel no more than 2 kilometers. If you can only measure the tire pressure during the hot tire, please subtract the measured tire pressure value by about 0.3 bar (=4psi), that is, the tire cooling and charging pressure.