TTECH Aluminum Wheels

TTech Aluminum forged rims are made from an extremely durable alloy of aluminum. They are dramatically lighter for the same strength than regular steel rims and also provide better heat conduction along with improved cosmetic appearance

 Approved by DOT
 TUV Test approved trough TUV Sud Germany
 LBF Test Certificate (Fraunhofer Institute)
 ISO/TS 16949 Quality Systems Smithers Certificate
Wheel Features
About TTech Aluminum Wheels
Wheel Finishes

 Traditional aluminum finish
 Bright machined finish
 Machined finish
 Brushed finish

 Save up to 6% in fuel efficiency
 5x stronger than steel disc wheels
 Longer tire and brake life
 More comfortable driving
 Shininess lasts without re-painting
 Increased load capacity
TTech has several types and sizes of aluminum wheels. These include both American and European Hubs. The table below specifies the models currently available.
Wheel Sizes and Specifications
Why Aluminum?
Lighter wheels can improve handling by reducing unsprung mass, allowing suspension to follow the terrain more closely and thus improving grip. Reduction in the overall vehicle mass also helps reducing fuel consumption.

Better driving?
Better heat conduction dissipates heat from the brakes, which improves braking performance in more demanding driving conditions and reduces the chance of brake failure due to overheating.

Better looking?
Alloys allow the use of attractive bare-metal finishes. TTECH Aluminum Wheels are available in both machined and bright mirror finishes. The manufacturing processes also allows intricate, bold designs. In contrast, steel wheels are usually pressed from sheet metal, and then welded together (often leaving unsightly bumps) that must be painted to avoid corrosion.

Fuel savings?
Using aluminum wheels instead of steel wheels will save more than 20kg per wheel. Moreover, aluminum wheels weight less than casted wheels by up to about 20%. 

Why forged?
Most aluminum wheels are manufactured using casting, but some are forged. Forging can be done by a one or multi-step process forging from various magnesium alloys. Wheels produced by this method are usually of higher toughness and ductility. Forged wheels are lighter, stronger and more durable.