MICHELIN X® ONE
MICHELIN X® ONE
Specific solutions to meet specific volume/load requirements
- Load capacity
- Load volume
- Combine savings with environmental protection
MICHELIN X® MULTI™ : national and regional operations on all types of roads
A radio frequency identification (RFID) chip is an intelligent, wireless electronic device that can be used to identify unique items according to a standard system in order to store and transfer the corresponding data.
The 3PMSF symbol characterises winter tyres specially designed to ensure a sufficient traction and mobility for traffic in winter conditions. This marking is obtained on the basis of a regulatory test of vehicle acceleration, on a packed snow surfaces for new truck tyres. Only success in this test can rank a tyre in this category and the classification is made visible by the marking on the tyre sidewall. All tyres labelled 3PMSF are also marked M+S
With the MICHELIN X® ONE MULTI™ D 495/45 R22.5 for drive axles or MICHELIN X® ONE MAXITRAILER+™ 455/45 R 22.5 for trailer axles, MICHELIN has developed specific tyres to meet your specific needs. The one-tyre drive axle solution enables you to carry more freight with a tank trailer setup. And the trailer tyre will carry bigger volumes.
WHY CHOOSE THIS TYRE?
Your single fitment drive axle solution:
MICHELIN X® ONE MULTI™ D 495/45 R22.5 will replace a 4-tyre twin fitment drive axle setup with just two tyres. So, with its 169 load index, you keep a load capacity on the axle of 11.5 tonnes and you gain up to 92 kg of load capacity on every journey.
Likewise you reduce your fuel consumption by 0.5 L/100 km (compared with a MICHELIN X® ONE XDN2 GRIP™ 495/45 R22.5, internal source 2013).
Handling and stability are assured. As demonstrated by the M+S and 3PMSF markings and the "B" European wet braking rating.
More volume in your trailer:
For a trailer fitted with 455/45 R22.5 tyres, moving to X® ONE MAXITRAILER+™ allows you to achieve extraordinary performance gains. Up to 50% longer service life and lower fuel consumption compared with MICHELIN X® ONE MAXITRAILER™ 455/45 R22.5 (internal test 2010).
Load volume and weight are optimised with this unique solution, as are safety, stability and protection of the freight you carry, compared with the conventional 385/65 R22.5 solution. (1)
NB: this solution is compatible with any use type (international, national, or regional).
Combine savings with environmental protection:
Yes, it is possible to combine profitability with an environmental conscience!
The MICHELIN X® ONE™ D tyre solution for single fitment on the drive axle saves 1 tyre out of 2.
For all these tyres, remember that retreading and regrooving will save raw materials and cut your fuel consumption.
What's more, they are manufactured in factories meeting the ISO 14001 environmental standard.
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MICHELIN DURABILITY AS THE MILES TICK BY
A continuous steel wire – up to 400 metres long – wrapped around the circumference of the tyre, making it more stable throughout its service life. The tyre’s enhanced durability at a higher load index or in harsher usage conditions means you can drive with complete confidence.
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International Article Code
6 classes from A (the best performing) to G (the worst performing). Class D is not used.
The difference in fuel consumption between class A and class G tyres can be up to 7.5%.
The fuel consumption and CO2 emissions of a tyre (energy efficiency) are measured through the rolling resistance. A low rolling resistance of the tyre is crucial to contribute to fuel savings.
The only safety criteria for this labeling.
It is the braking on wet surfaces which is noted (at 80km / h), and not the handling. This is graded from A to E
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(1) MICHELIN internal source, compared with a MICHELIN XTE3 385/65 R22.5. Performance levels measured in real conditions of use on customer journeys, from 2007 to 2011.