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FARMER TESTIMONIALS ON THE BENEFITS OF CTIS***
Equipment is becoming heavier, faster and more powerful. Fields are farther apart. Roading needs higher pressures to deal with the heat, weight and speed, while field work requires the lowest possible pressure to ensure maximum traction and minimal ground pressure. Being stuck at one pressure generates disadvantages – learn how CTIS can help you.
CTIS is an advanced technology that allows you to optimize agricultural tire pressure based on your terrain and driving conditions. With CTIS, you can adjust your tire pressure on the go, enhancing vehicle performance, fuel efficiency, and tire life. Michelin CTIS is designed to transform your driving experience and ensure optimal traction wherever you go!
TAKE ADVANTAGE OF THESE CTIS BENEFITS!
CTIS: Increase your productivity
Increase your productivity
Up to 4% increase in productivity due to improved traction*
CTIS: Reduce your cost
Reduce your costs
Up to 10% fuel savings in field use when adjusting your tire pressure*
CTIS: Protect your soil
Protect your soil
Up to 33% decrease in the pressure applied to soil when adjusted pressure is used**
CTIS: Decrease wheel spin
Decrease wheel spin
Up to 30% reduction in traction loss when actively using CTIS*
* Based on a field study carried out under real-life conditions in Scotland in 2016 using a Fendt 939 tractor fitted with Axiobib IF650/65R34 and Axiobib IF710/75R42 tires and a Stewart three-axle trailer fitted with Cargoxbib HF 600/55R26.5 tires. Soil test conditions: heavy blue clay. Also based on a field study carried out under real-life conditions in France in 2017 using a Fendt 724 Vario tractor fitted with MICHELIN Machxbib 710/55 R30 and MICHELIN Machxbib 900/50 R42 tires and a GYRAX BMXL 240 trailer fitted with Cargoxbib HF 710/50 R26.5 tires. Soil test conditions: clay-limestone. Actual results may vary depending on soil and weather conditions.
** Based on TERRANIMO calculations and a field study carried out under real-life conditions in France in 2020 by Bern University of Applied Sciences, School of Agricultural, Forestry and Food Sciences HAFL, at Michelin’s request, using a JOHN DEERE 7310 tractor fitted with MachXBib 600/70R30 and MachXBib 710/70R42 tires and a THIEVIN three-axle trailer fitted with TrailXBib 650/55R26.5 tires. Actual results may vary depending on soil and weather conditions.
*** External study commissioned by Michelin and carried out by "Tire check" in Q4 2021 on the European geographical perimeter.