COLOMBO, Sri Lanka — Specialty tire maker Global Rubber Industries (Pvt.) Ltd. (GRI) has expanded the size range for some of its agricultural and construction tire product lines.
The Green XLR 95 — a radial tire for row crop and spraying applications — is available in size 230/95R32. The tire, which is made using cut and wear-resistant compounds, features a rounded shoulder that minimizes field and crop damage and the inter lug mud breakers provide excellent self-cleaning, GRI said.
The Green EX RT100 — a bias tire for tractors to use in soil preparation and spraying applications — is available in size 23.1-26. The dual-angle lug design provides all-around capabilities in on- and off-road applications. The strong nylon casing offers better power transmission, and the higher number of lugs provides higher traction and stability, GRI said.
The Green EX FT 1 — a bias tire for tractors — is available in sizes 6.00-19 and 7.50-20, respectively. It has an optimized rib design for both on- and off-road use. The tire enables better directional stability due to its raised center rib, GRI said.
The Green EX RIB3 is available in sizes 10.0/80-12, 10.5/80-18 and 11.00-20. These are bias tires built for implementation applications. Features include better roadability and higher productivity due to raised center ribs with optimum angle crisscross grooves, GRI said. It offers extensive tire life due to strong casing with cut and wear-resistant compounds.
The Grip XLR ET 333 is a construction and industrial truck tire that comes in sizes 10.00-20 and 11.00-20. Features include robust tread design with centerline tie bar to withstand rough applications, GRI said. The strong nylon casing ensures superior tire life and the nondirectional tread provides optimized traction.
The Grip EX MP500 is available in size 18-22.5. The tire has an extensive tire life due to its special tread compound, higher productivity as a result of the unique lug-block tread pattern and better fuel economy due to the dual strip mud breaker at the shoulder and base, GRI said.