Nu-Air® DIRT TERRAIN (DT) TIRES
Specially designed for optimal performance in off-road applications, Nu-Air® Dirt Terrain tires are the most versatile of all the Nu-Air® tires for telehandlers offered by McLaren. They are well-suited for mud, sand, dirt, snow, quarry and mining fields.
Features and Benefits of Nu-Air® Dirt Terrain Tires
- Semi-Pneumatic Technology
Nu-Air® DT tires are manufactured on McLaren’s innovative Semi-Pneumatic Technology. They offer the sturdiness and strength of a traditional solid rubber tire as well as the cushioned comfort ride of a typical pneumatic tire.
DT tires are made with three layers of tough rubber. This rubber is made from advanced rubber compounds that are puncture-resistant and highly durable. The sidewalls of the tires feature multiple apertures (holes) that serve as shock absorbers, providing a smooth ride for the telehandler operator. They minimize equipment vibration which prevents mechanical wear on undercarriage parts.
- Advanced Tread Design for Maximum Traction and Stability
The tread surface of Nu-Air® Dirt Terrain tires feature rugged, deep tread lugs that firmly grip on to ground surfaces like mud, snow and stand, maximizing traction as you operate the telehandler. They also enhance the stability of the telehandler as it traverses demanding terrains.
- Zero Equipment Downtime (100% Flat-Proof)
Due to the puncture-averse rubber used in the production process of Nu-Air® DT tires, they are 100% flat-proof. This means that worrying about getting a flat tire while on a job is a thing of the past which, in turn, translates to zero equipment downtime caused by flats. As a result, maintenance costs are drastically reduced when you equip your telehandler with Nu-Air® DT tires.
- Sizes Available
McLaren offers Nu-Air® DT tires for telehandlers in the following sizes:
- 12 x 16.5
- 13 x 24
- 14 x 24
- Self-Cleaning Capability
The rubber tread surface is designed to self-clean as you navigate job sites. This prevents mud, debris and other objects on job sites from getting stuck in the tires and causing damage.