Shop Retread Tires for Sale in Max Meadows
You shouldn't have to spend a lot of time shopping around for retread tires (or recap tires) in Max Meadows. Bandag has the answers and products you want. Your nearby Bandag dealer will walk you through the benefits of retread tires. They can even crunch the numbers to show you how retread tires might boost your bottom line. Many commercial fleets rely on retread tires to lower cost per mile and the total cost of ownership. Reliable performance and affordable pricing make Bandag a better value. What's more, Bandag retreads perform like new tires for a fraction of the cost.  We're so sure of our retreads that we put money behind them. We'll pay the difference if your Bandag retread tires don't deliver a lower operating cost than the competition. That's the Bandag Challenge.
What Are Retread Tires? Bandag's Retread Process
Not all Max Meadows tire recappers follow the same processes and procedures. At Bandag, it's safe to say we're not like other companies. We're an industry leader. We've been making world-class retreads for over 60 years. Bandag retread manufacturing plants are ISO 9001:2000 certified and our dealers employ BASys Manufacturing technology [content-text-2-5] our dealers utilize BASys Manufacturing technology to oversee casings in real time and enhance retreading efficiency. Here's how the rest of the retread process goes. A qualified Bandag specialist starts by performing a hands-on examination of the tire that will be retreaded and noting any damage. We don't stop at a visual inspection. The tire goes through an electrical inspection that can see "through the tire," into the sidewall and crown areas. The tire casing goes through a separate review, after which the casing is inflated and the surface is prepped for new tread. Damaged casing parts are expertly removed and repaired, and the casing is once again useful. An uncured bonding layer is extruded onto the prepared casing surface. New tread is applied. The tire is nearly done. It's encased in an elastic envelope and ready for curing. The curing step permanently adheres the tread to the tire. Last but not least, the tire goes through another round of inspections to ensure it meets our high standards.
See the Bandag Retread Difference in Max Meadows
Bandag: There's no better product you'd want to be installed on your fleet, and there's no bigger name in retreads. Many fleets come to Bandag for service, advice, and tires. Some say Bandag retread tires are like an investment that keeps paying dividends. Quality commercial tires can be retreaded one, two, or even three times depending on the situation. Bandag's most cost-efficient tire buyer, one of the largest modern fleets, retreads casings over and over – even at the steer position. Add an attentive tire management program with retreading and you can enhance your investment by extending the service life of your fleet tires.
Retreading is a business decision you can stand behind, and for a couple of reasons. Retreading can lower your fleet's environmental impact. While a brand new tire requires 22 gallons of oil to produce, a Bandag retread only uses seven gallons.  What's more, Bandag's FuelTech fuel-efficient retreads lead the industry in terms of low rolling resistance (i.e., fuel economy) among retread and new tires. We understand that those facts can be difficult to visualize, so here's a real-world example: put retreaded tires instead of new tires on a single 18-wheeler and you'd save enough energy to power thousands of homes across America.  Your home could be one of them.
From city street to suburban alley, slippery slope to construction site, Bandag recap tires go where you go. Find a Virginia Bandag dealer near you for retread tires in Max Meadows. We'll be there for you, no matter your fleet size.
 Based on test data of Drive tires in a Waste segment application.  Savings refer to oil and energy used to produce standard tire. Source: Environmental Protection Agency  Report on “Retread Tires in the United States and Canada.” This analysis considered only the manufacturing phase of the value chain and would likely increase if all phases were considered.