Farmers have to face more and more challenging situations on the field especially with the tougher stubbles of genetically engineered crops.

This is why we utilize aramid belt technology which can provide extra protection against stubble and ground impact compared to steel or fabric alternatives. The chemical raw material, aramid, offers five times more strength than steel at equivalent weight and more resistance to heat and wear.

Besides, reduce tire weight leads to enhanced traction and higher fuel efficiency on the field while less numbers of rubber layers reduce tire heating and CO2 emissions.


Soil compaction has become one of the major concerns for farmers as the size and weight of recent agricultural field vehicles and equipment keep increasing.

Improved Flexion (IF) tires are designed to offer larger footprints than conventional tires, leading to less soil compaction and minimum damage to the crop roots. With the same level of pressure, IF tires can carry more load than standard tires and when the load is same, IF tires can operate with lower levels of pressure. Hence, Improved Flexion tires not only improve traction but also contribute to the profits of producers by providing higher fuel efficiency.