Toughness Starts with Tires
Two new next generation telehandler tires from Camso, formerly Camoplast Solideal, set new standards for stability, traction and resistance to damage. Advanced rubber compounds increase the resilience and wear life of both models. The directional tread pattern of the TLH 732 tire focuses on providing aggressive traction in soft soils. The non-directional tread pattern of TLH 753 offers increased abrasion resistance for operation on mixed and hard surfaces. Both of these second generation products will phase out the Solideal SL G2 and SL G3, respectively.
Similar to Camso’s newly launched skid steer tire lineup, the sidewall design of both new TLH products have an enhanced impact guard that reverses the traditional tire profile to deflect objects and debris away from the tire. Camso also adds an optimized tread pattern to provide more stable footing for lifting and moving as load balances shift with the dynamic loading on a telescopic boom. Recommended for soft-soil jobsites, the TLH 732 tread pattern features innovative wraparound lug steps and extra deep tread depth for maximum cleanout and best off-road traction. Another added performance feature of the Camso TLH 732 is the new Void Guard tread impact protection system to minimize flat tires.