KRAIBURG Austria introduces new city bus design
KRAIBURG Austria has introduced a new city bus design, the K702 plus, for its retreaders which is available now. The drive profile boasts excellent traction and braking properties on account of its design.
This is particularly noticeable in extreme weather conditions, such as on snow-covered and wet road surfaces. The use of the high-quality K_plus compound also ensures maximum mileage and optimum results, including even wear pattern and consistently cool running. The retreading specialists have also given the K702 plus an irregular tread geometry which guarantees low noise emission levels. “Our new tread achieves the targets pursued in its development in every respect, which were to combine lower running costs with increased safety and improved mileage,” said Christoph Priewasser, Product Manager at KRAIBURG Austria. “Because of its high quality and great value for money it is very attractive for regional use.” The pattern will initially be available in 240 millimetre width, followed in the autumn by 230 and 260 millimetres.
K801 now also available in 335 millimetres
Whether in the K_plus or K_tech compound – the K801 has been the absolute best-seller in the KRAIBURG range for years now. Currently available in widths of 295, 305 and 320 millimetres, the pattern will also be available in 335 millimetres from the beginning of September. Not only does the K801 look good, but its wings also provide resistance against lateral shearing forces. They also have roughened surfaces and therefore prevent the tread and casing from separating. The low move-ment of the K801 design and the very cool running properties of the compound are also kind on the casing. The longitudinal design is optimised for trailers, semi-trailers and tag axles, and this shows in its per-formance in local and long distance traffic.