June 2nd 2023 – Company news
Coordinated by the Oulu University of Applied Sciences and funded by Business Finland, the LEVITOI project brings together several companies in search of solutions for safer and less soil-compacting machine work on soft surfaces. Nokian Heavy Tyres is the leading company in the project, and the research has already produced promising results for enabling e.g. tires that monitor the driving surface properties.
Efficient tires make underground mining safe and smooth – Nokian Tyres Armor Gard 2 Mine, now available in smaller size of 9.00-20
May 16th 2023 – Product news
For drill rigs in the harsh mining conditions, Nokian Tyres Armor Gard 2 Mine offers excellent cut resistance, great handling and a long service-life. The tire has only been available in size 10.00-20. Now the new size, 9.00-20, makes its qualities available for even more vehicles.
May 15th 2023 – Company news
On the verge of summer, Swedish Forestry Expo is right around the corner. At our stand C18 we have on display a wide range of offerings from reliable all-season tires to specialized ones for the most demanding forestry work.
April 26th 2023 – Articles
I often describe my carrier path in the tire industry as seven years making tires on the factory floor, the next seven years breaking tires in testing and R&D, and now checking tires that are used by our customers. This full circle has taught me a lot about how the tires work structurally and what typically gives in. I hope I can use the accumulated knowledge to benefit both the tire manufacturer as well as the end user. One of the most crucial things I want to talk about is the importance of the correct tire pressure.
Nokian Tyres Ground Kare product family just got a new member – 600/40-22.5 size recommended for wheeled excavators in the 9–15-ton range
March 1st 2023 – Product news
The rising star of excavator tires, Nokian Tyres Ground Kare, is now available in size that fits smaller wheeled excavators in the 9–15-ton range. With the new size, Nokian Tyres continues to make excavator work easier – especially in cramped city areas, like worksites near households, yards, and such.