VF agricultural tires released by Maxam Tire

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Maxam Tire has announced the release of the Very High Flexion (VF) AgriXtra N (Narrow) tire range for the global agricultural market.

Engineered as a high-speed and high-load solution for high-clearance tractors and self-propelled high-clearance sprayers, the tire minimizes soil compaction while providing vehicles with improved levels of traction for added productivity.

The tires benefit from a 45° lug profile which further improves stability and traction, and also provides minimal vibration when roading. Furthermore, due to the latest rubber compounding, casing materials and VF technology, the AgriXtra N range is able to support very high levels of tire deflection up to the tire’s rated speed capability.

Maxam says the VF Series will enable customers to carry 40% more tire load at standard air pressures or to operate at 40% less air pressure for the given tire load. Designed for customer flexibility, the VF technology enables either reduced soil compaction or the ability to carry heavier loads.

Released in a size VF380/90R46, the AgriXtra N range will be expanded with further sizes during 2022.

“Our VF Technology is just another milestone in Maxam’s development of product solutions for not only agriculture but as well the mining, forestry, construction and industrial tire markets,” commented Greg Gilland, vice president of global agriculture at Maxam Tire. “Maxam Tire is committed to delivering innovative business solutions in every tire segment we serve.”

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