ETRTO Standards Manual 2011 (European Tyre and Rim Technical Organisation) \ (in English with notes in French and German)

The Standards Manual will be available mid-February 2011.

E.T.R.T.O. was founded in October 1964 but previously, from 1956 to 1964, it was known as the European Tyre and Wheel Technical Conference (ETWTC). Its principal objects, as stated in the current E.T.R.T.O.Constitution dated October 2008, are as follows :

To further align of national standards and ultimately to achieve interchangeability of pneumatic tyres, rims and valves in Europe as far as fitting and use are concerned.

To establish common engineering dimensions, load / pressure characteristics and operational guidelines.

To promote the free exchange of technical information appertaining to pneumatic tyres, rims and valves.

Since tyres are recognised as making a major contribution to road safety, E.T.R.T.O. is active in its contacts with national and international organisations and legislative bodies in order to make appropriate recommendations. However, the activities of E.T.R.T.O. are strictly confined to technical aspects of tyres, rims and valves as far as fitting and use are concerned.

E.T.R.T.O. was founded in October 1964 but previously, from 1956 to 1964, it was known as the European Tyre and Wheel Technical Conference (ETWTC). Its principal objects, as stated in the current E.T.R.T.O.Constitution dated October 2008, are as follows :

– To further align of national standards and ultimately to achieve interchangeability of pneumatic tyres, rims and valves in Europe as far as fitting and use are concerned.

– To establish common engineering dimensions, load / pressure characteristics and operational guidelines.

– To promote the free exchange of technical information appertaining to pneumatic tyres, rims and valves.

Since tyres are recognised as making a major contribution to road safety, E.T.R.T.O. is active in its contacts with national and international organisations and legislative bodies in order to make appropriate recommendations. However, the activities of E.T.R.T.O. are strictly confined to technical aspects of tyres, rims and valves as far as fitting and use are concerned.

E.T.R.T.O. Standards are specifications of international interest, including future developments, approved in accordance with the Organisation’s Constitution and Rules of Procedure. Although not exclusive, they are based on sound knowledge and experience and will enable users to obtain good services from their tyres/rims/valves, but as they give only general advice, they cannot take into account special conditions of use and every different type of vehicle.

In consequence, the application of E.T.R.T.O. Standards does not absolve the user of them from any product liability responsibilities or legal obligations that may be required and which may vary from country to country. Further, E.T.R.T.O. does not accept any responsibility for the infringement of patents relating to the data for tyres/rims/valves specified as E.T.R.T.O. Standards in this publication.

STANDARDS MANUAL

– General Information
– Passenger Car Tyres
– Commercial Vehicle Tyres
– Agricultural Equipment Tyres
– Cycle and Motorcyle Tyres
– Industrial and Lift Truck Pneumatic Tyres
– Industrial and Lift Truck Solid Tyres
– Earthmoving Equipment Tyres
– Rims
– Rim/Valve Combination
– Valves

Available in:

– STANDARDS MANUAL 2011 Print Edition– CD-ROM 2011 – Licence for 1 user
– STANDARDS MANUAL 2011 CD-ROM 2010 – Licence for 2 to 5 users
– STANDARDS MANUAL 2011 CD-ROM 2011 – Licence for 6 and more users

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