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Extending the life of your tyres and
saving CO₂

Tire reprofiling effortless, fast & sustainable!

Winner of the​

Winner of the

semi-automatic machine

Bear-Cut for your commercial vehicle tyres

Quick and easy reprofiling (regrooving) of commercial vehicle tyres with the regroovable label.

Life extension of at least 25 %

Regrooving a tyre and extending its life by at least 25% means buying fewer new tyres.

Positive for CO₂ balance and wallet

A regrooved tyre consumes less fuel, which has a positive effect on the CO₂ balance and on the wallet.

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Cut metres of grooves
ca. 0
tonnes of CO₂ saved *

approx. 13m groove is recut per tyre / 705 kg CO₂ is saved per recut tyre.

* The formula for the calculation of the CO₂ value is composed as follows

Mark Berendsen

Managing Partner

With our Baer-Cut machine, we create efficiency and many advantages for hauliers and fleet managers who have commercial vehicles in use. By continuing to use existing tyres, our customers save money. At the same time, this is sustainable and ensures a better environmental balance.

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Calculation of the CO₂ value

The formula for calculating the CO₂ value is as follows:


  • Additional mileage of a tyre due to regrooving 50,000km
  • Fuel saving with 4 regrooved tyres 2l/100km -> saving 0.5l/100km per tyre
  • Tyres last 25% longer

Fixed value:

  • 2,662 kg CO₂/l Diesel
  • Average tyre weight 70 kg
  • 1kg raw material tyres equals 1.21kg CO₂
  • Min. 18 kg CO₂ for the production of a tyre

1.) CO₂ savings due to lower fuel consumption

      50.000km x 0,5l/100km x2,662 kg CO₂/l = 665,5kg CO₂

2.) CO₂ savings due to the raw material not being required

      70kg x 1,21 kg CO₂/kg x 25% = 21,2 kg CO₂

3.) CO₂ savings due to the energy saved for production

      min. 18 kg CO₂

This results in => CO₂ savings per tyre = 705 kg CO₂ / tyre

By regrooving truck tyres, a CO₂ saving of approx. 1.1 kg CO₂/100km is achieved per tyre and the mileage of the tyre is increased by approx. 25%. (Source: Michelin).

An average good truck tyre usually has a service life of about 200,000km, whereas e.g. high-quality Michelin truck tyres can reach a maximum service life of up to 300,000km. (Source: and

The manufacturing process of a car tyre, which weighs about 9 kg, produces about 18 kg of CO₂. This value will therefore be much higher for a truck tyre. (Source: Study Continental Life Cycle Assessment)