Apollo Tyres industrial tyres are tailored for heavy machinery applications. We have a wide range of industrial tyre offerings, including specialised options for loaders and cranes.
Industrial tyres play a crucial role in various sectors, providing reliable mobility and safety for heavy machinery and equipment. Designed to withstand demanding environments, these tyres are engineered for durability, traction, and load-bearing capabilities. Industries such as construction, mining, agriculture, logistics, and material handling heavily rely on industrial tyres to enhance operational efficiency.
From solid tyres for forklifts to off-road tyres for excavators and loaders, Apollo's specialized industrial tyres ensure optimal performance, stability, and maneuverability in challenging terrains. The puncture resistance, tread design, and robust construction of our industrial tyres enable them to withstand heavy loads, shocks, and abrasive surfaces, making Apollo industrial tyres the preferred choice of heavy machinery owners and operators.
Backhoe loaders are versatile machines used in construction, excavation, and agricultural applications. Choosing the right tyres for backhoe loaders is essential for optimal performance and productivity.
Apollo Tyres offers the ALT 118, which is a highly recommended product for backhoe loaders. With its superior design and construction, the ALT 118 provides excellent traction, stability, and durability on various surfaces. Its deep tread pattern ensures reliable grip, enabling smooth operation even in challenging terrains. The ALT 118's robust construction enhances puncture resistance and extends tyre life, minimizing downtime and maintenance costs.
For those seeking reliable and high-performance backhoe loader tyres, Apollo Tyres' ALT 118 is a smart choice.
Skid steer loaders are compact yet powerful machines used in construction, landscaping, and material handling tasks. Selecting the right tyres for skid steer loaders is crucial for optimal performance and efficiency. Apollo Tyres offers a top-tier option, the ASR 614, which is highly recommended for skid steer applications.
The ASR 614 features a robust and aggressive tread pattern that provides exceptional traction and stability on various surfaces. Its specialized design enhances lateral stability and minimizes side slippage during turns, ensuring precise maneuverability. The durable construction of the ASR 614 enhances puncture resistance and extends tyre life, making it a reliable choice for heavy-duty use.
For customers looking for skid steer tyres, the Apollo Tyres ASR 614 stands out as a reliable and high-performance option among its peers.
Graders, cranes, and telehandlers are essential heavy machinery used in construction and infrastructure projects. Equipping them with the right tyres is crucial for performance and safety.
Apollo Tyres offers the ARG 217, an excellent choice for these machines. The ARG 217 is specifically designed for graders, cranes, and telehandlers, providing exceptional traction, stability, and load-bearing capabilities. Its robust construction ensures durability and puncture resistance in demanding environments. The unique tread pattern enhances grip and maneuverability, allowing for precise control and smooth operation. With the ARG 217, operators can confidently navigate various terrains and work efficiently.
For superior performance and reliability, Apollo Tyres' ARG 217 is the recommended tyre choice for graders, cranes, and telehandlers.
Common types include pneumatic tyres, solid tyres, cushion tyres, off-road tyres, and specialized tyres for specific applications like forklifts or loaders.
Common loader tyre sizes can vary depending on the specific loader model, but some common sizes include 17.5-25, 20.5-25, 23.5-25, and 26.5-25. Visit your nearest Apollo Tyres dealer to determine the loader tyre you need or call our helpline.
JCB front and rear tyre size can vary depending on the specific model and series. JCB offers a range of equipment, including backhoe loaders, excavators, telehandlers, and more, each with different front tyre size requirements. It is important to consult the equipment's manual or contact authorized tyre dealers in your area or you can also check the tyre markings to find out the right tyre size.
Industrial tyre sizes are typically indicated using a combination of numbers and letters. For example, a common format is "12.00-20" where 12.00 represents the tyre's width in inches, and 20 denotes the rim diameter in inches. But as we said, the tyre size for your industrial equipment can vary by brand and load capacity, so check the manuals or get in touch with us to make an informed decision.
The load capacity of an industrial solid tyre can be determined by referring to the manufacturer's load capacity charts or contacting the tyre manufacturer directly. Load capacity is influenced by factors such as tyre size, tread pattern, and tyre construction.
An example of an industrial tyre load capacity marking on the sidewall may look like this:
Load Capacity: 3000 lbs @ 40 PSI
In this example, the load capacity is indicated as 3000 pounds. It means that the tyre is designed to support a maximum load of 3000 pounds when the inflation pressure is set at 40 pounds per square inch (PSI).