Regardless if you are focusing on earthmoving or forestry, adding high quality tires to your operations, will enhance your business performance. It is not only about adding value by being more productive, the overall cost needs to be factored in as well as the safety performance. Your number one aim should always be to avoid any personnel injuries, even how minor they might be. Accidents caused by negligence, equipment breakdown or tire failure, can often be limited by proper procedures in place. Aim to minimize any downtime, but being able to maintain the equipment through regular service, where the focus is on replacing any parts that is likely to fail before the next scheduled service. If you have too many breakdowns between your scheduled service times, then you need to increase the frequency.
Farming equipment might need less frequent service, where only some regular visual inspection of the equipment and the agriculture tires is needed versus mining equipment, where both the machine and the mining tires will take a harder beating. Both will be durable, but mining tires operate in some of the harshest circumstance and will need more frequent service, but also the regular visual inspection. Daily cleaning and inspection of both the tires and the equipment is always advisable to ensure that you can continue the next shift with less risk of any problems. If there is some problems identified it can be worked on between the shift and not disrupt the work intended to be done during the shift. Tread wear should always be checked so that if the tires needs to be replaced, they can be replaced before the start of the next shift.
Utilize the technical tire manual to ensure that you have the correct tires and dimension and you are using the correct tire pressure. The manual covers the full range of tires and if there are frequent tire related problems it might be that there is another model better suited for the conditions that are present in your work situation. These tires should be extremely durable and should have long service life even in the toughest conditions, so if there are tire related problems it should be something out of the ordinary or then your tire selection is not optimal and a more thorough selection should be done.