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Camoplast Solideal showcased tires at ProMat

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Camoplast Solideal Inc. says its products cover 98% of forklift applications. The company showcased a variety of specialized material handling tires at the 2015 ProMat Show March 23-26 in Chicago.

Erick Bellefleur, business line director, and Darren Stratton, product manager, will be at Camoplast Solideal’s booth (# 1555) to discuss the company’s products.

Products featured included:

* Resilient Solideal Xtreme, which provides industry-leading durability and performance, according to the company. Its low vibration and low rolling resistance reduces fuel costs while its heat-resistant, best-in-class rubber compound increases durability and life. 

* Press-on Solideal Magnum TR, which offers exceptional durability and reliability with its high-performance, natural rubber compounds. The company says this premium tire resists heat build-up as well as chunking and cutting for remarkably long life. 

* Industrial Solideal Hauler LT, which is engineered to maximize stability and durability for a safer, more stable ride, according to Camoplast Solideal. Even in the most severe applications, the reinforced under tread and extra-thick carcass resists punctures. Massive tread blocks and deep lugs increase durability while the wide, square tread profile provides stability.  

Camoplast Solideal develops, designs, manufactures and distributes off-road tires, wheels, rubber tracks and undercarriage systems to serve the material handling, construction, agricultural and powersports industries.

The company employs more than 7,500 people and operates R&D centers and manufacturing plants in North and South America, Europe and Asia. A supplier to most leading OEMS, the company distributes its products in the replacement market through a global distribution and service network.

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