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EMX-SL
RADIAL PATCHES FOR EARTHMOVER
P/N suffix: -67 = per box
• Sidewall, shoulder and tread injuries:
centre of injury = centre of patch
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The direction of the arrow printed on the patch indicates
the radial bead to bead direction.
Hot cure: use the
BLACK CEMENT
solution.
• Expiry date of EMX-SL:
3 years after date of manufacture.
+30°C
+15°C
EMX-SL repair instructions
1. To find out if the tyre can be repaired, carefully check the whole tyre inside and outside and mark the damaged area with chalk.
2. Buff back the damaged area at 60° to 90º on the outside of the tyre (
see figure 1
). Do not enlarge the damaged area more than necessary.
Cut and grind away exposed steel filaments.
3. Measure the injury size (
see figure 2
):
a) Tread injuries:
- Measure Ø “C” on the tyre tread’s most damaged working ply = 1st patch choice.
- Measure “A” and “R” on the casing ply = 2nd patch choice.
- Choose the larger patch.
b) Sidewall:
- Measure “A” and “R” on the casing ply and choose the patch.
c) Shoulder:
- Measure Ø “C” and choose the patch.
4. Choose the required repair patch with the help of this repair chart according to the tyre size and the size of the injury.
5. Mark a cross through centre of injury, larger than patch and position the patch centrally over injury with arrows pointing to tyre beads.
Mark an area, at 10-mm larger, all round the patch (
see figure 3
).
6. Evenly buff the inner liner within the marked out area.
7. Remove buffing dust dryly, if possible with a vacuum cleaner.
8. Stir the solution before use. Evenly coat the buffed area on the tyre inside once with hot cure fluid BLACK CEMENT.
Coat the buffed, clean skive area twice with
BLACK CEMENT. Drying time approx. 10 or 15 minutes (*).
9. After drying, place the tyre with the injured part turned downwards. Adjust the chosen repair patch exactly to the buffed/coated area,
take off the first part of the protection foil and completely stitch the patch with a small stitcher from the centre to the outside.
Then remove the remaining part of the protection foil and stitch the remainder.
10. Fill the damage skive with hot cure filler compound free of bubbles and stitch. Overfill the skive by approx. 3 mm at the centre.
11. Then Vulcanize the repair area in an appropriate vulcanizing machine at min 100°C. (Curing time approx. 4 min per mm
of skive at approx. 125ºC). After the Vulcanization and cooling check the tyre and proceed with finishing.
(*) Information for reference only (dry weather at room temperature of 20ºC)
Solution page 129
Description
Patch
dimensions
(mm) W. x L.
Plies
Quantity per
box
61100-67
EMX-SL 43
130 x 330
4
10
61101-67
EMX-SL 45
180 x 440
4
5
61102-67
EMX-SL 47
180 x 580
5
5
61103-67
EMX-SL 51
240 x 580
5
3
61104-67
EMX-SL 53
270 x 720
7
3
61105-67
EMX-SL 57
270 x 860
7
3
61106-67
EMX-SL 61 325 x 1030
7
3
61107-67
EMX-SL 71
350 x 760
7
3
61108-67
EMX-SL 81
450 x 530
8
5
61109-67
EMX-SL 85
530 x 730
8
5
Patches with textile protection for hot vulcanization
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