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TIA Will Teach Certified Earthmover Tire Service Instructor Class in Iowa

Posted on June 8, 2017

The Tire Industry Association (TIA) has scheduled Certified Earthmover Tire Service (ETS) instructor classes in Mason City, Iowa, on June 19-23 and Sept. 18-22.

The five-day program is open to all experienced off-the-road tire and wheel service professionals.

The certified ETS instructor classes provide hands-on certification training in three areas.

  1. Demounting, mounting, and inflation procedures for a tubeless OTR tire on one-piece, three-piece, and five-piece rims.
  2. Safety guidelines including personal protective equipment (PPE), safe lifting, and heatstroke/frostbite identification and prevention.
  3. Speed restrictions, dual tire guidelines, dual and single tire matching guidelines, tire mixing recommendations, temperature and inflation pressure, rim to tire fitment, TMPH/TKPH, and tire/rim assembly weight.

TIA’s Basic Earthmover Tire Service class is a prerequisite.

Download the registration form. For more information on the class, contact Chris Hoogenboom at choogenboom@tireindustry.org or call 1-800-876-8372 x 106.

Related Topics: Chris Hoogenboom, TIA, TIA Certified Earthmover Tire Service Instructor C

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