The remoulded tyre “made in Germany”
The company Hinghaus and its brand name “King-Meiler”, located in northern Germany, have dealt with the professional remoulding of used tyres for over 60 years. The company continually works on the development of these tyres.
Numerous tyre treads were developed and put on the market which customers eagerly accepted. Today the Hinghaus product spectrum includes not only regular car tyres but also SUV, LLKW and special racing car tyres. Of course all tires fulfil the requirements of driving comfort and safety during winter and summer.
The year round program of the brand name “King-Meiler” has convinced us and our customers for years. The company offers aside from winter and summer tyres also year round tyres and special tyres for use up to 270 km/h. Motorsport enthusiasts use “King-Meiler” tyres because of these features.
The company Hinghaus GmbH has used effective measures to save resources and protect the environment.
The magazine “auto mobil” thoroughly tested the “King-Meiler” “WinterTact WT81” and the tyre reached the 3rd place in the ranking of new tyres. Research and development had paid off.
“King – Meiler has accumulated several trophies.
• Quality seal of TÜV-Nord
• Quality seal of the test lab Nord
• certificate of the ECE-Norm 108/109 (according to KBA Kraftfahrtbundesamt)
• leading places of comparable tests
Trophies and motorsport go together. The German Drift-Team “Turbo Garage” and the “Kautschuk Killaz” use the brand “King-Meiler for their exclusive Porsche sports cars. These teams reach top places.
The special effects of the coloured tyre smoke as additional distinctive quality feature from the House Hinghaus is highly appreciated by the Drift enthusiasts was only possible through the mature production technique.
The company Hinghaus GmbH is aside from the “King-Meiler” program the biggest remoulding company for car tyres in Europe.
For further information check under:
Reifen Hinghaus GmbH as partner of the BRV-Kampagne “Air – Arbeitsgemeinschaft industrieller Runderneuerer”