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Trident International offers tyres for construction and mining applications

Trident Internationals solid tyres for mining applications. (Image source: Trident International)

Trident International, supplier of industrial rubber wear parts, specifically industrial and off-the-highway tyres, rubber tracks and track pads offers a range of tyres for customers in the mining and construction sectors

Established in 1997, Trident has over the years accumulated a vast domain knowledge that it has leveraged for the development and introduction of new products for the benefit of users of mining, construction, material-handling and other specialised equipment. The products are produced to international standards and quality norms.

A recognised Star Export House, over 90 per cent of Trident’s products are exported to over 35 countries located in North America, Europe, the Middle East and the Asia-Pacific.

A brief description of the product range is provided below:

Solid tyres for mining applications

Increased demand for mined minerals & resources in the last decade has increased the demands on mining equipment to extract an ever increasing volume of ore. While the operating conditions of mines have largely remained the same, the equipment being used is bigger, more efficient & capital intensive. This has led to an even greater need for failure-free performance from tyres.

Trident specializes in the design, development & supply of industrial tyres for severe & extreme applications like Quarries, Open Pit Mining, Underground Mining, Metal Recycling, Steel Mills, and Foundries etc.

Trident has developed a range of Special Purpose Solid Tyres specifically designed for Skid Steer Loaders, Wheel Loaders, Side Discharge Loaders (SDL), Load Haul Dumpers (LHD), Low Platform Dump Trucks (LPDT), Shuttle Cars, Roof Bolters, Jumbo Drills, etc.

Normally, these machines are fitted with pneumatic tyres that are prone to punctures & damage. This result in losses associated with frequent repair and replacement, downtime, and leads to additional inventory costs.

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