ISO 10191:2021

International Standard   Current Edition
· Approved on 09 August 2021 ·

Passenger car tyres — Verifying tyre capabilities — Laboratory test methods

Road vehicle tyres
Including cycle tyres, and tyre retreading and repair processes

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ISO 10191:2021 Scope

This document specifies test methods for verifying the capabilities of tyres for passenger cars. Of the test methods presented, it is possible that only some will be required depending on the construction of the tyre (diagonal, bias-belted, radial or T-type construction) to be tested. The tests are carried out in a laboratory under controlled conditions.

This document includes endurance tests, a low-pressure performance test, high-speed tests and requirements for bead unseating and tyre strength.

The test methods presented in this document are not intended for gradation of tyre performance or quality levels. This document applies to all passenger car tyres.

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