Michelin at Agraria 2023

Michelin shows its strength in the agricultural sector at Spain's Agraria

The Michelin Evobib excels at transmitting power and traction with minimal soil compaction and maximum efficiency

Michelin to Exhibit the New Michelin EvoBib at Agraria 2023

Designed to be used with remote inflation systems, the Michelin Evobib evolves and transforms depending on the conditions of use to offer the best performance both in the field and on the road.

The stand at Agraria will also show the advantages of Michelin Axiobib 2, a versatile VF (Very High Flexion) tyre that improves agronomic performance by up to 4% thanks to Michelin Ultraflex technology; and the Michelin SprayBib CFO, a very low-pressure tire for self-propelled treatment machines.

There will be no shortage of Michelin CerexBib 2 tyres, a reference when it comes to equipping the most powerful combine harvesters; or the Michelin TrailXbib, specifically designed for trailers and implements.

Those attending the exhibition will also be able to learn about the advantages of the PTG centralised inflation solution, a technology that allows the pressure of agricultural machinery tyres to be adjusted from the cabin to work with low pressures and protect the soil, improving productivity in the field, or choose higher pressures to drive on asphalt, improving the duration and useful life of the tyres.

The latest from CAMSO, a company that has been part of the Michelin Group since 2018, will also be displayed at the stand. Both companies joined forces with the aim of developing solutions with which farmers could improve soil protection and crop productivity.

The alliance resulted in the world leader in OTR mobility, with a wide range of complementary products.

CAMSO's caterpillar conversion systems, as well as those specifically for tractors, increase the mobility and flotation of the machinery for better movement on fields with soft soils.

At Agraria 2023, one of its latest systems will be shown, the CTS High Speed solution, a conversion that allows the installation of tracks on harvesting machines. With these systems it is possible to minimise damage to the ground, save fuel, maximise efficiency and increase the quality of work.

About the author

Ewan has been editor of Retreading Business since 2006 and of Tyre & Rubber Recycling since the magazine was founded. During this period he has become an expert on the global tyre recycling sector. He has many years' experience as an automotive journalist including a period at Tyres & Accessories.

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