Forestry Tyres working for logger, dumper, and loader full time.
Do you know the forestry tyres?
Forestry tyres must deliver unbeatable traction while protecting fragile soils from long-term damage. Forestry Tyres for machine working Mud, snow, stumps, rocks, and a thousand other hazards make it easy for tires to get lost in the woods. High loads, uneven ground, endless puncture and bead hazards demand some of the toughest tires in the world. At Off-Highway Tires, we understand what it takes to fulfil these challenging demands of forestry applications. From offering one of the industry’s most extensive range of purpose-built tires and delivering maximum performance to making tires engineered to perform in extreme conditions – we have it all for the forestry segment.
Forestry Tyres and Skidder Tires See the difference the right forestry tire can make on your forestry equipment.
Construction of Forestry Tyres
The construction of a forestry tire typically consists of the following components:
Tread design: Forestry tires have large, aggressive lugs that provide excellent traction in mud, snow and other challenging terrains.
Sidewalls: The sidewalls are reinforced to protect against cuts and punctures from rocks, stumps and other hazards commonly encountered in forests.
Inner liner: The inner liner is made of a special rubber compound that helps to prevent punctures and protect against air loss.
Steel belts: The steel belts provide stability and support to the tire, helping it to maintain its shape and resist deformation.
Casing: The casing is the tire’s body, which houses the inner liner, steel belts, and other components.
Beads: The beads are the circular portions of the tire that fit onto the rim and provide a secure, airtight seal.
The construction of forestry tires is designed to provide maximum durability and performance in challenging forest environments. The large, aggressive treads and reinforced sidewalls ensure the tire can handle rough terrain and obstacles. At the same time, the inner liner and steel belts help to maintain stability and protect against punctures and air loss.
What is Forestry tyre working for?
Harvesting, extracting, processing/loading, mill yard, reforestation, road building, or you’re in the business of land clearing, logging, high-risk tree removal, forestry management or processing, we carry the speciality forestry tires and forestry tubes you need.
Forestry tyres pouplar sizes
We also provide steel belts and more robust fibre structure tyres to meet different customers’ needs. The most popular tyre sizes are 16.9-30, 18.4-26, 18.4-30, 18.4-34, 18.4-38, 20.5-38, 23.1-26, 24.5-32, 30.5L-32 and 35.5L-32, etc. Flotation tyre sizes are 500/60-22.5, 600/50-22.5, 700/45-22.5, 700/50-26.5, 800/40-26.5, 600/60-30.5, etc.
LANDMAX is active on all continents and in more than 170 countries, from China to Brazil and from the United States of America to Germany and Fiji.
We provide tyre and rim assembly services for our forestry tyres.
LANDMAX can mix forestry tyres with industrial, OTR, or other tyres in the same container.
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