Tire cord fabrics are used as reinforcing materials for tires and designed to keep tires in shape and support vehicle weight, having a significant impact on tire performance. In the manufacturing process, after polymerization and spinning, high-quality nylon and polyester yarns get twisted and woven into fabrics. Then an adhesive solution (latex) is added to the fabrics to increase bonding between the fabrics and rubber. Finally, the products are heat-treated to improve the dimensional stability of tire cord fabrics.
Fibers made of polyester, nylon, aramid, etc., are used depending on what physical properties match the characteristics required for the tire. Also, two or more types of fibers can be combined to create special properties that meet the special characteristics required for the tire.