Camso introduces the new TLH 732+ Telehandler Tire

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Camso, a Michelin Group brand, introduces the Camso TLH 732+ tire for telehandlers, offering 64 percent more life than its predecessor, the TLH 732.

The new tire provides overall improved performance, durability, puncture resistance and traction for construction industry professionals.

With an innovative wraparound stepped tread design and extra thick void guard, the TLH 732+ extends Camso’s current bias tire offering for telehandlers. This new addition provides excellent traction on soft surfaces, long-wearing durability when operating at higher speeds, maximum tread cleanout, tread impact protection to reduce risks of punctures, and new sidewall and rim flange protection to reduce impact damages and flat tires. When compared to its predecessor, the TLH 732+’s lugs are much wider and higher, which leads to a heavier, tougher tire (165lbs vs 135lbs).

“In today’s construction world, downtime and costs have not only become priorities to address, they can also have a significant impact on contractors’ and rental companies’ reputation,” explains Peter Bride, Product Category Manager for Construction tires at Michelin. “With the Camso TLH 732+, professionals of the construction industry will be able to meet their requirements in terms of tire performance, puncture resistance and traction, all while ensuring maximum uptime.”

As telehandlers keep evolving with more lifting capacity, a noticeable rise of subcompact and compact machines, as well as the electrification that is gaining in popularity, Camso is continually adapting its offe to meet requirements in terms of performance, safety and costs.

The Camso TLH 732+ is offered in two dimensions (13.00-24 and 14.00-24), both of which are available with a ply rating of either 12 or 16 to cover all telehandler needs. The TLH 732+ is available now through Camso’s dealer network through the USA, Canada and Mexico.

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