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Mitas Launches New Tyre for Construction Industry

Mitas has expanded its GRIP’N’RIDE tyre offering for the construction industry with a new size for wheeled and backhoe loaders.

The 21L – 24 IND tyre is designed for improved performance even on softer terrain and features strengthened sidewalls for greater durability when handling increased load capacity, a special tread pattern that delivers increased grip, and self-cleaning properties. It is larger than the existing 19.5L – 24 IND tyre, and delivers almost 1,000 kilograms greater load capacity when stationary and 400 kilograms greater load capacity at a speed of 40 kilometers per hour according to the manufacturer which highlights the reduced height-to-width ratio and corresponding profile number of both tyres in the GRIP’N’RIDE range.

Marcello Mantovani, Product Manager for Construction tires at Trelleborg Wheel Systems, says: “Initial production of this new tire will serve the extensive North American market, where it is in high demand. This is due to the high number of backhoe loaders in use, which require wider tires and greater load capacities. Shortly thereafter, we will roll out the new 21L – 24 IND tire for customers globally.”

Backhoe loaders have a front shovel for earth moving and a hydraulic arm with a backhoe in the rear. This makes them universal machines on many construction sites, especially road and path construction. The entire GRIP’N’RIDE range are designed specifically for the rear axles of construction machines.

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