Tire tread patterns are designed to maximize the tire’s life within the application the machine will be operating. Sentry Tire has over 10 types of patterns to choose.
When looking at Sentry Tire solid tires, you'll notice that there are two options when it comes to deflector holes. Here's why there are tires with one hole and tires with two holes on the tire's sidewall.
Sentry Tire Duramax Series Tires have made a name in the industry as a cost-effective and reliable tire replacement solution. Learn why.
What is ply rating, and why is it essential in selecting pneumatic tires for my application?
What does the Duraeco stamp on the side of my Sentry solid tire mean? Learn about the durable Sentry Tire Duraeco Series...
What is Kolossus, and why is it stamped on the side of some Sentry Tire loader and telehandler tires? Learn about the Sentry Tire Kolossus Series.
Do you know when to replace solid tires?
Knowing the signs that your tires need replacement soon can save you a lot of time, money, and headache.
Why would you want to replace the OEM pneumatic tires that came with your machine and upgrade to solid tires? Well, there's several benefits to switching to solid tires.
What types of applications are solid tires best suited for? Over our 15+ year history, our tires have helped the following industries increase their efficiency and reduce machine maintenance.
Sentry Tire chooses the 3-stage tire approach in the construction of our tires. The layers work together to achieve the perfect balance of maximum wear and durability.
The holes that are built into the sidewall of Sentry tires are known as Deflector Holes (or Aperture Holes). They are vital to maximizing each tire’s quality and operating life.