Turkish-based Petlas, founded in 1976, is proud to announce the launch of its new RM900 and RM910 military tyres, which the company describes have been designed to support the country’s military sector with reliable tyres.
The ultimate performance patterns RM900 & RM910 are said to offer an excellent combination of stability and safety. As a result of this continuous dedication to creating uppermost quality for its customer, PETLAS introduced RM900 & RM910 Mixed Service yires designed for military purposes, providing the vehicle ultra-high performance and driving safety in case of any damage causing the tyre go run flat. With proper inflation, they provide significant benefits to support armed vehicles, such as ride comfort, handling, steering stability, and obstacle avoidance. Petlas’ proven quality for military tyres offers increased traction In Mud, Sand, And Snow. In addition, impact and cut resistance properties help drivers to ride safely with peace of mind.
Petlas claims its special designs RM900 and RM910, combine mobility and damage resistance attributes. Self Supporting Run-Flat Insert System inside these patterns provide an unprecedented performance to protect the tire from breakage or shattering under ballistic missile attack or other road hazards. Those extraordinary military tyres have specially formulated rubber mixture which protects the tyre from any damage like a puncture or leak.
What’s more, the company says its specially designed military tyres support the vehicle to continue its journey no matter what in the air loss scenario is. In other words, they can continue functioning even if the air in the tyre is fully released in case of a puncture. These tyres can operate about 60 miles at a speed of 30 mph with zero air pressure if the tyre suffers from a puncture even on harsh fields.
Another advantage of this feature eliminates the necessity of carrying a spare tyre in the vehicle offering space in the boot area. The absence of spare tyre and tool kits also reduces the vehicle’s overall weight, thereby simultaneously increasing fuel efficiency.