MICHELIN XDR 3

  • MEMS Ready
  • Longevity
  • Surface Mining
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MICHELIN XDR 3

  • MEMS Ready
  • Longevity
  • Surface Mining
MICHELIN
XDR 3

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WHY CHOOSE THIS TYRE?

A new tread pattern:

• A greater volume of rubber remains in contact with the ground, reducing wear.

• A better load distribution over the entire contact zone reduces the contact pressure and thus the rate of wear.

 Interlocking blocks of rubber on the shoulder create a tread that remains more rigid in bends, reducing the rate of wear.

 Greater endurance thanks to improved heat dissipation capacity.

 More damage-resistant construction.

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picto xdr3 tread max tyre

New rubber compounds:
 

Exclusive new compounding process.

Much more homogeneous compound, which reduces the wear rate.

Superior dispersion of the carbon black, which makes it possible to reduce the rate of wear.

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picto xdr3 compounds 0 5 345 336 max tyre

Corrosion-resistant cables

Rubber encased steel cords prevent the spreading of corrosion giving greater robustness.

More resistant steel within the cable.

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picto xdr3 cables max tyre

Exceptional tyre life

Service life increased by at least 8 to 10%. (1) (2) (3) (4) (5)

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Find all the technical and commercial information you need in our product data sheet:

LEGAL NOTICES

(1) Projected improvement in the tyre’s lifetime based on the improvements in wear rate with the new MB4/MC4 compounds and the observed performance of the tyres on clients’ mining sites over more than 29 months comparing the tread of the MICHELIN® XDR® (predecessor and prototype) with those of the MICHELIN® XDR® 2 and the MICHELIN® XDR®. Additional improvements concerning the tread cuts and fatigue are expected due to the lower working temperature, down by 17°F, and the anti-corrosion cables. The real results may vary.

(2) Compared with the MICHELIN® XDR® 2 33.00 R51, average performance per mining site. Projected improvement in the tyre’s lifetime based on the performance observed on clients’ mining sites over more than 29 months of MICHELIN® XDR® 2, MICHELIN® XDR® 250 and MICHELIN® XP 57 tyres, in sizes 40.00 R57 and 53/80 R63, which incorporated individual design improvements made to the MICHELIN® XDR® 3.

(3) Compared with the MICHELIN® XDR® 2 50/90 R57, average performance per mining site. Projected improvement in the tyre’s lifetime based on the performance observed on clients’ mining sites over more than 29 months of MICHELIN® XDR® 2, MICHELIN® XDR® 250 and MICHELIN® XP 57 tyres, in sizes 40.00 R57 and 53/80 R63, which incorporated individual design improvements made to the MICHELIN® XDR® 3.

(4) Compared with the MICHELIN® XDR® 2 37.00 R57, average performance per mining site. Projected improvement in the tyre’s lifetime based on the performance observed on clients’ mining sites over more than 29 months of MICHELIN® XDR® 2, MICHELIN® XDR® 250 and MICHELIN® XP 57 tyres, in sizes 40.00 R57 and 53/80 R63, which incorporated individual design improvements made to the MICHELIN® XDR® 3. The real results may vary.

(5) Without compromising the TKPH.