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Marangoni Retreading Systems extends its Ringtread trailer range
Tuesday, March 10, 2015
 
Marangoni Retreading Systems is pleased to announce the completion of its range of Ringtread trailer rings, with the introduction of the new RZ Fe 100 pattern. This new-generation product meets the demands of an extremely selective market, thanks to its ability to combine high mileage and low fuel consumption. Indeed, the product name derives from this specific feature: Fe stands for fuel economy.

The RZ Fe 100 profile has been designed to respond to the needs of users in the long-distance segment, travelling on motorways and highways and consequently with slow and regular tread wear; specifically, the pattern is ideal for intercity express coaches, drive axles on 6x2 units and twin trailer axles that require continuous high-speed operation.
As a result, the new tread guarantees excellent rolling resistance and very high mileage for its class of tread depth: 14 mm.

Non-directional, all-position pattern, featuring four wide longitudinal grooves that provide directional stability and numerous cross sipes to ensure good traction on any type of surface and resistance to overheating.
High mileage is guaranteed both by the specific characteristics and the new-concept compound, which ensures exceptional grip, very low rolling resistance and lower fuel consumption.
The specific groove depth and wave pattern reduce the risk of penetration by sharp objects (stones), ensure good drainage of water and at the same time significantly reduce road noise, thus guaranteeing maximum comfort.
Finally, the special arrangement of the siping and blocks ensures more uniform signal distribution, meaning lower noise.

RINGTREAD is the only retreading system that uses joint-free precured rings that adhere to the casing without tension or deformation of the tread pattern, ensuring excellent traction on demanding surfaces, thanks to the greater precision and directional stability of the siping and blocks.
 
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