WARRANTY TERMS

Quality warranty is a formula for success and long-term cooperation with our customers.
M-Rad observes warranty liabilities according to regulatory documents of a producer.

Warranty liabilities shall remain in force on condition that a customer complies with regulations and requirements for storage, transportation, installation and operation specified in the relevant data sheet or product manual as well as installation of the goods at the service stations.

Guidance on storage and operation of tyres

Storage conditions:

  1. Maximum temperature during tyres storage shall not exceed 40°C; direct sunlight should be avoided.
  2. High temperature causes an early loss of marketable conditions and properties of tyres. Temperature over 40°C causes increased excretion of wax, which crystallizes gradually and becomes noticeable on the tyre surface as white deposit. This effect is enhanced under the influence of mechanical stress. Low temperature has almost no effect on the quality of the tyres.
  3. Tyres should be stored in a dry and clean space.
  4. The best way to store tyres in a vertical position.  Thus tyres may be stored on the floor, shelves or pallets. Tyres of large sizes and over 100 kg must be rolled from time to time.
  5. If stored in piles, tyres must be strictly laid one above the other. Do not store tyres of different sizes in one pile. It is required, if possible, to avoid long-term storage of tyres in this way.

It is not recommended to:

  • Store tyres near ozone equipment
  • Store tyres in piles (due to high pressure on the lower tyres).

Do not store tyres in a diagonal position (“in line”), because it causes deformation of sides.

Operation conditions:

  1. Tyres must be installed, dismounted and repaired by qualified staff using appropriate tools and in compliance with operational procedure.
  2. Tyre pressure affects the bearing contact patch of the wheel and, depending on the soil conditions, affects its traction characteristics. Improper pressure leads to uneven tyre wear and, as a consequence, its early breakdown.
  3. Tyre life depends on the type of work performed, crops cultivated, agricultural technologies used and many other factors.