Tag: VF

Agritechnica launch for BKT V-Flexa

Agritechnica launch for BKT V-Flexa

10th September 2019 | 0 Comments

BKT has shared a few details about the new tyre it will unveil at Agritechnica. Specifically developed for agricultural trailers, the V-Flexa radial features VF technology that enables the transport of heavy loads with an inflation pressure 30 per cent less than that of a standard tyre of the same size.

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SIMA debut for Alliance VF flotation tyre

31st January 2017 | 0 Comments

The Alliance Tire Group (ATG) claims a world first with the launch of its Alliance 389 VF, a flotation tyre featuring VF, or very high flexion, technology. The off-road tyre specialist states that the 389 VF is the first product to bring together the reduced soil pressure offered by flotation tyres and the superior load carrying/tyre pressure combination of a VF design.

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Mitas releases VF HC 3000 harvester tyre

Mitas releases VF HC 3000 harvester tyre

13th August 2015 | 0 Comments

The Mitas range of very high flexion, or VF tyres has been enlarged through the introduction of the HC 3000 in size 710/70R42. The harvester tyre was released in the market last month and offers the advantages of higher maximum load capacity and lower inflation pressure during cycling field operation than standard tyres.

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SIMA launch for latest Mitas VF agri tyres

SIMA launch for latest Mitas VF agri tyres

10th February 2015 | 0 Comments

The latest additions to the Mitas Very High Flexion (VF) agricultural tyre range are set to debut at the SIMA trade fair in Paris later this month. The tyre maker will present two new sizes in its HC 2000 line for high horsepower tractors, namely VF 600/70R30 and VF 710/70R42 fitments. A further introduction in March – size VF 380/105R54 – will add a fifth member to the HC 2000 family.

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‘Lowering the bar’ – Bridgestone rolls out its VT-Tractor agricultural range

‘Lowering the bar’ – Bridgestone rolls out its VT-Tractor agricultural range

9th February 2015 | 0 Comments

Now would be a good time to bin any romantic stereotypes of bucolic rural idyll. Agriculture has always been a serious business for those engaged in the sector, and the deployment of technology and new practices to maximise land productivity is nothing new. And while British farmers haven’t more recently experienced the pressure to ‘get big or get out’ as much as their peers in some markets, the drive for greater efficiency has however meant a trend towards larger-sized agricultural equipment. But larger also means heavier, and the extent to which yield is affected by vehicles traversing fields has thus gained a new significance. And this is where our protagonist enters the story.

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