About JCB Tyres
J. C. Bamford Excavators Ltd., or JCB, was founded in 1945 by Joseph Cyril Bamford, an agricultural engineer from Staffordshire, England. The company originally operated out of a tiny rented lock-up in Uttoxeter and their first product, a basic tipping farm trailer, was made using a second-hand welding set and sheet metal recycled from second world war air-raid shelters.
Nowadays, JCB is a globally recognised brand known for the manufacture of reliable, high quality machinery for construction, demolition and agricultural use.
The company is especially renowned for its extensive range of specialist tyres. With a choice of more than 180 different types across several product ranges, there's a JCB tyre for virtually every application.
The flagship range of tyres has been continually improved to provide the best in grip, traction, durability and wear, not to mention choice and value for money. Sitemaster tyres are specifically designed with a cross ply and radial construction for JCB machines and come in a range of sizes and tread patterns, from R1 (soft soil) to R4 (industrial), along with more versatile, multi-purpose models.
Designed specifically for the JCB Earthmover diggers, Earthmover tyres have a heavy, rugged build while promising a smooth ride for both the longevity of the tyres and the comfort of the operator. Their steel carcass and rubber compound tread guarantees resilience and dependability over time.
SG Revolution, meanwhile, is a range of solid tyres suitable for a range of industries, such as waste and recycling, demolition and construction. They are built to fit all types of mobile plant, from wheeled loaders to forklift trucks and airport terminal handlers.