Camso Launches Two Tires for Wheel Loaders

Jan. 20, 2016

Camso Inc. has introduced two wheel loader tires: the Camso WHL 775 and the Camso WHL 773.

The Camso WHL 775 is a high performance tire built to excel in severe conditions. Developed as a solution for harsh conditions in waste, recycling, demolition and scrap yard applications, the Camso WHL 775 has an extra deep L5 lug tread for enhanced durability and protection against flats on extreme mixed and hard surfaces.

The contoured lug base promotes material ejection and defends against cracking. Camso says the robust carcass improves stability and the heavy-duty sidewall construction resists side impacts and deformation under heavy loads.

A bias L5 tire, the WHL 775 is especially relevant for those customers looking to flat-proof their tires with urethane fill.

The Camso WHL 773 excels in the most rigorous and demanding job sites, according to the company. Its mono-block tread pattern provides optimal performance on hard surfaces and is designed to resist rubber chipping and chunking.

A wide footprint ensures excellent stability in rocky abrasive conditions. Designed with a high lug-to-void ratio, the Camso WHL 773 provides tremendous durability and increased defense against tread impact, according to the company.

“We build and offer a wide range of products to operate in numerous niche applications and environments,” says David Fleischhauer, executive director, market development – construction. “Offering tires that last longer, reduce downtime and enhance productivity helps us bring a lower operating cost solution to our customers’ fleets. These two new wheel loader tires will do just that.”

By adding these two job-ready tires to its compact construction lineup, Camso says it continues to gain recognition as the construction specialists with the right tire for any application.

The Camso WHL 775 and the Camso WHL 773 are available now from Camso dealers.

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

The Magog, Quebec-based company has more than 7,500 employees in 27 countries. It has four R&D centers and 24 manufacturing plants and operates an international distribution network in over 100 countries.

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