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What does DOM stand for?
DOM stands for Date of Manufacture
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Another important regulation is that the total lifespan of each tyre is restricted to five years from the date of manufacture.
Each kit is for a single use, is stored at room temperature, features a 24-month shelf life from the date of manufacture, and contains no preservatives and no human or biological materials.
Other markings include the name of the installation company, date of manufacture and the manufacturing code.
So much depends on the date of manufacture, as they could be reproduction, but on face value I would say they are early 19th century, circa 1820-1830.
Material Test Reports will have a unique reference ID for the batch number that identifies the item number, the item description, the company's purchase order number, the date of manufacture, and all heat certs used in manufacture.
The code identifies the time and date of manufacture as well as the serial number for the batch.
This provides an alternative to making the date of manufacture for each product visible to the consumer at the time of purchase.