Bandag is launching a new product line called Continuum to offer precured retreading materials for off-the-road (OTR) equipment.
The cornerstone of the Continuum line includes two serpentine tread designs which Bandag claims provide greater flexibility than other retread application methods and products.
“Retreading OTR equipment tires has traditionally been done with mold cure or hand-sculpture methods. Our new serpentine tread rubber design simplifies the retread application method for a diverse cross section of equipment used in the construction, mining and port industries,” says Robert Otting, product manager, global tire products, Bandag, “When finished and cured, the retread will have a consistent, new-tire appearance far superior to the hand-sculpted method used by many tire retreaders.”
The serpentine tread rubber is produced in pre-measured segments so there is no need to cut or splice.
The serpentine design is available with Continuum 1040 and 1070 and is intended for loader, grader, dozer, articulated dump trucks, and similar construction and material handling equipment.
Continuum tread and ancillary materials are available through retreaders who specialize in the off-the-road equipment. For product or dealer information, call 1-800-445-7506 Ext. 2.
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