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Magna Tyres kits out dumper fleet with 24.00R35 Magna MA04+ for use at a Malaysian cement quarry

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Global Mining Review,


A leading company dedicated to the production and processing of construction materials has selected Magna Tyres to provide their heavy-duty machinery with 24.00R35 MA04+ tyres. To date, a large part of their dumper fleet is equipped with premium quality tyres and will be deployed for the transport of raw materials in a cement quarry in Malaysia.

The next batch of tyres is already prepared and mounted on the rim to be equipped on their other rigid dump trucks. Due to the severe road conditions, including the risk of damage from sharp rocks and other objects, the special cut-resistant compound has been selected by Magna Tyres specialists to fit the specific application and resist the aggressive environment.

The first feedback of this customer regarding the performance of the premium quality tyres is promising and it is expected that these Magna’s will surpass the performance of previous used A-Brand tyres.

Magna MA04+

Magna MA04+ is designed and constructed based on the latest Magna Radial Tyre Technology. The high-tech casing reduces heat building inside the tyre which results in lower fuel consumption. Key characteristics of these tyres include higher efficiency, optimised operator comfort and prolonged service life. Additionally, the tyre offers outstanding puncture resistance compared to less durable cross-ply tyres, leading to a low cost price per hour.

Read the article online at: https://www.globalminingreview.com/handling-processing/29012019/magna-tyres-kits-out-dumper-fleet-with-2400r35-magna-ma04-for-use-at-a-malaysian-cement-quarry/

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