We deliver more than Tires, we deliver Opportunity

KIAN GITI CO.,LTD is an international import company located in Tehran.
We offer quality products and services for tire dealers and distributors in over 50 cities . Our lineup of quality products pass regular testing and the most stringent requirements including U.S. DOT, SASO, InMetro, CCC, E-mark and meet ISO standards. With over 35 years experience, our stable product offerings are supported by marketing and strategic territory alignments that permit our customers the flexibility they need to succeed.

Our broad coverage includes Passenger Touring, Performance UHP, Light Truck, Medium Truck Radials, Agricultural, Industrial, OTR , and a variety of Specialty applications. In addition, we offer our own exclusive private brand tires .

Complete Customer Satisfaction is Our #1 Priority.

We look forward to professionally serving your complete tire needs.

The earliest tires were bands of leather, then iron, (later steel), placed on wooden wheels, used on carts and wagons. The tire would be heated in a forge fire, placed over the wheel and quenched, causing the metal to contract and fit tightly on the wheel. A skilled worker, known as a wheelwright, carried out this work. The outer ring served to "tie" the wheel segments together for use, providing also a wear-resistant surface to the perimeter of the wheel. The word "tire" thus emerged as a variant spelling to refer to the metal bands used to tie wheels.

The first patent for what appears to be a standard pneumatic tire appeared in 1847 lodged by the Scots inventor Robert William Thomson. However, this never went into production. The first practical pneumatic tire was made in 1888 for his son Johnnie's tricycle, in May Street, Belfast by Scots-born John Boyd Dunlop, proprietor of one of Ireland's most prosperous veterinary practices. It was an effort to prevent the headaches his 10-year-old son was given by jarring while riding on rough pavements. His doctor, John, later Sir John Fagan, had prescribed cycling as an exercise for the boy and, a regular visitor, Fagan participated in the development of the first pneumatic schemes. In Dunlop's tire patent specification dated 31 October 1888 his interest is only in its use in cycles and light vehicles. In September 1890 he was made aware of an earlier development but the company kept the information to itself.

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