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PICTURE THE PRESSURE® IN TIRE TREAD FOOTPRINTS

With Prescale and Pressure Metrics

Fujifilm Prescale lets you Picture the Pressure® in your tire tread footprint by helping you select, use, and analyze results from our pressure sensor products.

In a tire, the tread provides traction, and how the tire interacts with the road surface is the most important aspect of testing. Fujifilm Prescale can be used to optimize the tread footprint and contact patch. This is a very useful tool in understanding tire wear, and can help in the design and overall tread patterns.

Prescale is a quick and easy way to check distribution or uniformity of contact pressure. Simply place the pressure indicating film between two mating or contacting surfaces and apply pressure as normally required. The film instantly changes color. The variation in the red color density can be compared with a color chart to determine the pressure. In addition, the color will give an immediate footprint of the area. Any imperfections or variations along the contact area can be spotted with a quick check. There are seven ranges from 7 psi to 43,200 psi, and digital analysis is also available.

Try a free test kit to evaluate Prescale in your tire tread footprint pressure.

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