MICHELIN X ONE® XZU® S+ Pre-Mold Retread
Industry leading, all position, next generation wide-base single, designed with 50% greater wear life* and durability for demanding urban applications.**
WHY THIS RETREAD / RECAP?
50% greater wear life and outstanding scrub resistance in Urban/Regional service with 29/32nds original tread depth of application-specific compound.
Co-Ex Technology, unique two layer compound designed to minimize casing temperature for longer casing life.
Wing tread design for added protection on the shoulders for high scrub application.
Rib tread design optimized for better on road feel and long wear.
29/32nds original tread depth
BENEFITS AND FEATURES
1. Proprietary Compound
Long Service Life – Designed to help deliver long mileage and minimize internal casing temperatures.
2. Winged Tread***
Shoulder Adhesion – Winged tread provides maximum tread-to-shoulder adhesion in high scrub applications.
3. Optimized Rib Design & Deep Tread
Long, Even Tread Life – Designed for long mileage and even wear.
Michelin X ONE® XZU®S Pre-Mold Retread / Recap
REFERENCE MATERIALS - DOCUMENTS
MICHELIN® X ONE® XZU®S+ Pre-Mold Retread Product Sheet
MICHELIN® Truck Tire Data Book
Michelin Retread Technologies, Inc. National Limited Warranty and Enhanced MICHELIN® X One® Casing Warranty
Michelin Retread Technologies Quick Reference Tread Guide
|Tread Width||385 mm|
|Tread Depth||29/32 nds|
Pre Mold Process
Also known as a "pre-cure" process. Tread rubber used in this process is molded and pre-cured by the tread rubber manufacturer, Michelin Retread Technologies (MRT). The appropriate tread is selected – design, width, thickness – and applied to a prepared casing. The casing is prepared by placing a cushion gum bonding layer between the tread and casing. The tire then moves to the chamber for curing.
* Vs. MICHELIN® X ONE® XZU®S Pre-Mold Retread.
** Used in intermittent highway service with maximum speed of 65 mph (105 km/h).
*** Tread widths with two measurements have wings. The first number is tread base width in mm. The second number is the overall width, wing tip to tip.