EMRALD's Policy on Quality:

Emrald is committed, at all levels, to always exceed the customers' expectations by providing products of the highest quality and reliability. To us, quality is a way of doing business. 

We work with our clients to define requirements and clarify expectations, including time constraints. We assure our products and services comply with requirements and meet (or exceed) client expectations. Striving to continuously improve our products and services makes us a quality organization. This entails continuous research and development of techniques to develop innovative tyres for material handling needs. 


The comparative design features of Greckster with other popular brands in the market are tabled below. The tyres available in the market have one or more of the problems enumerated hereunder. 






Aesthetic finish due to adequate mould pressure during production process.

Wide center seam due to inadequate mould pressure.

SIDE WALL APPEARANCE Smooth finish without any scars on the tyre. Scars noticed on the side of the tyre due to damage to the mould or improper moulding.
TREAD DESIGN Square shoulder design providing better contact area/more foot print. Crown design resulting in lesser contact and faster wear resulting in more work load per unit area.
TYRE WEIGHT Optimum weight for better performance and life Under/overweight due to inferior quality of the compound used or due to improper design
TREAD EDGES Curved edges not prone to damages due to impact load Sharp edges prone to chunking /Chipping
SIDE WALL PROFILE Lesser side wall angle provides more tread width and better stability Increased side wall angle means less tread width and lesser foot print resulting in faster wear
CENTER WEAR BAR Wider Center wear bar provides the primary running surface- longer tread life from the tyre Absence of center wear bar expose the tread directly leading to accelerated wear.
NON-SKID DEPTH Optimum Non- skid depth for more life Inadequate skid depth due to improper design
FOOT PRINT COMPARISON Wider foot print means less work load and slow wear Hard compound coupled with narrow running bar and crown design results in lesser foot print, lesser traction and poor lateral stability while carrying heavy loads


68+/- 3 hardness provides lower rolling resistance and comfortable ride of the equipment resulting in low energy consumption and lesser maintenance cost of the equipment Higher shore A hardness due to hardened compound results in pronounced impact load leading to harsh riding characteristic that increases the maintenance of the vehicle and driver fatigue.
BASE BAND COMPARISON Quality/optimum weighed bands provide better Load Carrying Capacity, good fitment and proper bonding of tread rubber Poor quality bands tend to Crack while taking higher load. Inadequate bonding techniques lead to tread separation Problem


"Professionalism means consistency of quality." 

                                                                 -  Frank Tyger