Forklift Tire Types
- Rubber Press-on
- Solid Pneumatic (Reslient)
- Industrial Pneumatic
- Polyurethane Press-on
- Polyurethane Load Wheels
Forklift or materials handling equipment tires are specifically designed to provide optimum performance and maximum durability for today's demanding applications. Typically, these tires can be solid, pneumatic or polyurethane depending on the application. Variations include different tire compounds, black and non-marking, smooth and traction, and even anti-static.
Mobile Installation Service
We have several mobile solid tire press units, so we can respond to your tire needs quickly and professionally, often the same day, right at your Vancouver area location!
Port Tires have special requirements over other forklift and material handling tires: vehicle height, vehicle weight, and vehicle speed. Our port tires are specifically designed for this particular application and provide:
- Additional rigidity in the tread area (less separations)
- Lower rolling resistance (lower operation costs)
- Strengthened sidewalls (stability)
- Robust inner bead (even load distribution and excellent wheel fitment)
A telescopic handler, or telehandler, is a machine widely used in Construction and the service industry. It is similar in appearance and function to a forklift but is more a crane than forklift, with the increased versatility of a single telescopic boom that can extend forwards and upwards from the vehicle.
Tires are available on pneumatic, solid and flat-proof polyurethane fill.