The presented tyre is marked with 3PMSF symbol (Three Peak Mountain Snow Flake). It means that the tyre meets the EU requirements for winter tyres. The symbol is awarded after thorough tests of a tyre model in terms of snow grip.
Sailun ICE BLAZER WSL2 is an efficient winter tyre designed to ensure safety for passenger car users. The model will prove itself in any conditions that may be faced on the road during winter. Whether it’s a dry surface, rain or slush, the tyre will give an appropriate level of grip and driving comfort.
The L-shaped grooves with sharp edges, located on the surface make the tyre respond quickly to such conditions as a wet road, deep snow or slush. These elements have been designed especially to bite into the snow and to drain water and slush. All that happens without compromising on the driving comfort. The grooves placed on the external section of the tyre mean that Sailun ICE BLAZER WSL2 is stable and adheres well even in the most demanding road conditions. The whole surface of the tyre is fitted with a dense network of sipes (notches), so the model gets maximum grip on slippery surfaces. Its sides are designed using a technology that provides a better control and stability during cornering.
The model is made of a flexible rubber compound which meets European standards. The material is more environmentally friendly and makes the tyre meet all the characteristic parameters throughout its life. The model also deals well with low temperatures.
Sailun is a company that appeared in the tyre industry in 2002. Since then, the enterprise has been constantly improving its technical expertise in the design and production of tyres. Their product range includes tyres for passenger cars, 4x4 vehicles, light trucks and lorries. They are available on the markets in Europe, Asia, Africa and the Americas. The products are rated as economy-class tyres and ensure a satisfactory performance for a low price. Sailun tyres are developed in cooperation with the specialists who work with such companies as Dunlop or Michelin.