Where Are Dunlop Tires Manufactured

where are dunlop tires manufactured
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  • Dunlop Tyres is a British company owned 75% by Goodyear Tire and Rubber Company and 25% by Sumitomo Rubber Industries, which sells Dunlop branded road tyres in succession to the Dunlop Rubber Company.
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  • produced in a large-scale industrial operation
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  • (manufacture) industry: the organized action of making of goods and services for sale; "American industry is making increased use of computers to control production"
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Engine Testing
Engine Testing
Water brake type absorberThe water brake absorber is sometimes mistakenly called a "hydraulic dynamometer." Water brake absorbers are relatively common, having been manufactured for many years and noted for their high power capability, small package, light weight, and relatively low manufacturing cost as compared to other, quicker reacting "power absorber" types. Their drawbacks are that they can take a relatively long period of time to "stabilize" their load amount and the fact that they require a constant supply of water to the "water brake housing" for cooling. In many parts of the country[where?], environmental regulations now prohibit "flow through" water and large water tanks must be installed to prevent contaminated water from entering the environment. The schematic shows the most common type of water brake, the variable level type. Water is added until the engine is held at a steady RPM against the load. Water is then kept at that level and replaced by constant draining and refilling, which is needed to carry away the heat created by absorbing the horsepower. The housing attempts to rotate in response to the torque produced but is restrained by the scale or torque metering cell that measures the torque Wikipedia
The Materials Department, Dunlop Tyres UK Ltd, Fort Dunlop, Birmingham 04/01/2000
The Materials Department, Dunlop Tyres UK Ltd, Fort Dunlop, Birmingham 04/01/2000
This is part of the Compounds Laboratory at Dunlop Tyres in Birmingham. This room was used for the storage of carbon black, the most common reinforcing filler material used in tyre rubber compounds. These are all carbon black samples for development purposes. I worked in the tyre industry for a total of eighteen years, starting my career at Dunlop Tyres UK Ltd (formerly SP Tyres UK Ltd) at Fort Dunlop in Birmingham. I left Dunlop at the end of January 2000, following the closure of the Materials Department where I worked developing rubber compounds for car tyres. Most of those who worked in the department were made redundant at the end of 1999, following the takeover of the company by Goodyear. The redundancies were announced in October 1999, and those affected left at the end of that year. I was given a job in the factory but left at the end of January 2000.

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