Hankook Tire Canada intros three new commercial tires

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BRAMPTON, Ont. — Hankook Tire Canada has introduced three new tires to its truck and bus line: the DH06, the AH15 and the AH24. The trio were designed with Hankook’s e3 technology (energy, economy, and environment) are intended for medium haul applications.

The DH06 features zigzag grooves and open shoulder for improved performance and traction; optimized block size to prevent against irregular wear; deeper grooves and wider tread to help lengthen tread life in all weather conditions; and a unique tread design to help decrease stone retention.

Designed for high-scrub applications, the AH24 features a combination of straight and zigzag grooves designed to improve performance and traction; a closed shoulder rib to help provide stability and better performance for even wear; multi-sipes to promote more even wear; a unique tread design to help decrease stone retention; deeper grooves and wider tread to help lengthen tread life; and Hankook’s Sidewall Protector Rib which is designed to resist cuts and abrasions from curbing and impact

Features for the AH15, a multi-purpose tire for mixed service, include a multi-step groove shape to help with traction; an optimized lug design to help prevent uneven wear; a deeper grooves and wider tread to help lengthen tread life; and tread designed to improve traction on various road conditions.

“Hankook’s latest commercial tires, the DH06, AH15 and AH24 are designed to increase durability -helping our customers save money,” explains Bill Hume, vice-president, Hankook Tire Canada. “The tires are a great value and offer excellent performance and traction while offering extended mileage.”

DH06 and AH24 are available in six sizes, including 11R22.5 and 11R24.5 in both 14 and 16 ply-ratings. AH15 is available in 385/65R22.5 in 18 ply-rating.

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