GRI introduces new agriculture tyres at Agritechnica
GRI has diversified into the Agriculture and Construction Industry with the introduction of its latest product range of Specialty Tyres at Agritechnica in Germany. The Agriculture tyre brands, GREENEX representing its Cross-Ply Agriculture product range and GREENXLR, representing its Diagonal-Ply Radial Agricultural product range; cover rim diameters ranging from 22.5 to 50 inches.
“These tyres are designed and developed integrating cutting-edge technology and industry expertise. The Heat Dissipating Notch, is a remarkable feature established to contribute a longer run time, improved fuel efficiency and increased tyre durability. In addition, the ingenious Mud Breakers prevent mud from sticking to the tire while the salient tread design channels dirt out of the tire, which maintains the tyre weight and improves fuel efficiency. Moreover, the round shoulders of GREENEX as well as GREENXLR minimize soil compaction and protects your fields,” the company said in a statement.
“Our factory is equipped with the latest machinery and the most innovative technology to produce the highest quality tyres in the industry. We have further taken on the social responsibility of using the benefits of solar panels, biomass boilers and waste management systems focused on protecting our environment for the next generation. We are also proud to be enhancing Sri Lanka’s export basket via the inclusion of a new export item-Agriculture Radial Tyres.” said GRI Managing Director Prabhash Subasinghe.
These high-flex Agriculture tires cover a range of tread patterns, feature high load carrying capacity at low inflation pressure, reduced soil compaction, exceptional traction, cut resistance and flexible sidewalls. The lug angles are optimised for dual effective usage, both on the field and road, resulting in fuel efficiency. These tyres will be produced in GRI’s latest state-of- the-art factory in Sri Lanka.
GRI will announce further details on other New Product Lines of Construction and Pneumatic Material Handling Tires, at the GRI Press Conference at Agritechnica, in Berlin on November 15, 2017.