Titan Hi-Dration Lug

Unique R-1 radial design well-suited to irrigation applications requiring flotation.

The Only Radial Non-Directional Irrigation Tire on the Market

  • Radial tire technology that performs at lower pressures providing a solution for flotation problems
  • Non-directional pattern provides maximum traction both forward and reverse
  • Rugged 0-degree bar with supported lug center creates superior durability
  • Excellent self-cleaning

Game Changing Performance for Linear and Pivot Irrigation Systems

Non-directional lug pattern provides maximum traction both forward and reverse

Radial construction allows lower air pressure for increased flotation and reduced rutting

Rugged lug bar with supported center creates superior durability and longevity

Designed for excellent self-cleaning

"This specialty tire will soon become the standard go-to option for farmers with irrigation systems. It is a game changer for anyone looking for a new, innovative pivot tire option.

The Titan Hi-Dration Lug is a game changer for irrigation systems. It is the only non-directional tire on the market with radial technology. It provides superior traction, with lower pressures and more flotation in both forward and reverse.

Through all our field testing and development, we have received only positive feedback from our customers. They are excited to see a pivot tire option that has great cleanout, traction and flotation all in a non-directional tread design. Wheel track depth data shows favorable and improved flotation versus alternative bias options."

- Dave Thom, President, T&L Irrigation

Titan Hi-Dration Lug R-1

Tire Size TL/TT Load Rating Rated Inflation Pressure (psi) Rated Load (lbs) Recom'd Rim Width (in) Overall Width (in) Outside Diameter (in) Static Loaded Radius (in) Rolling Circ. (in) Flat Plate Area (in2) Weight (lb) Tread Depth (32nd in)
290/85R38 TL 142CREEP 23 5,840 10 11.1 58.1 25.4 173 247 137 43
380/85R24 TL 149CREEP 23 7,150 12 14.5 50.1 20.5 146 314 149 47

The inflation pressure can potentially be reduced to between 12 and 15 psi, based on the load. Contact your T&L Irrigation expert or Titan ag specialist for inflation pressure recommendation.