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Trelleborg Launches Earthmover Tire for Loading Operations

Trelleborg has taken on the challenge to improve earthmoving operations with the release of its newest radial tire, the EMR1031, designed to perform on the most demanding terrain, from sand to rock or extra hard surfaces. Manufactured using a cut-resistant compound, the tire features a premium sidewall protector for damage protection and longer tire life, alongside a multi-surface tread design for superior traction.

Marcello Mantovani, Product Manager Construction at Trelleborg Wheel Systems, says: “The EMR1031 tire lets earthmoving operators that work in quarries or open pits, construction or landscaping, get a firm grip on the ground, especially when they need it most. It’s just one of our premium solutions that help our customers do the heavy lifting, with ease, comfort and less downtime.”

The EMR1031 tire has a wide tread contact area which provides up to 7% more stability, with less vibration when compared to a premium competitor. Its cut-resistant compound is 20% more resistant to cuts and wear, reducing machine downtime and resulting in lower operating costs. The deep tread pattern ensures longer tire life, enhanced grip, and boasts a self-cleaning action during use, even on sandy or muddy terrain.

To reduce environmental impact, the EMR1031 tire comes with a retreadable casing, maximizing customers’ investment in a sustainable way.

Long lasting performance, firm grip, superior control and tire damage prevention all add up to operators improved productivity, excellent stability, and comfort they can count on in the most demanding applications.

Visit www.trelleborg.com/en/wheels/products-and-solutions/construction/earth-moving-tires/wheel-loader/earth-moving-radial-tires-1031.

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