Rubber Tracks were first developed by BRIDGESTONE in 1968 as part of undercarriages for agricultural machinery such as Rice Harvesters.Since then demand has increased sharply as rubber tracks have become extensively used in the construction industry on Mini Excavators,Compact track Loaders and All-Terrain Tracked carriers.Today,Rubber Tracks can be found in a wide range of other industries and applications.
1.Kind to the Road Surface
Compared to steel tracks,Rubber Tracks are far less likely to damage surfaces such as asphalt,concrete roads and walkways,and offer lower compaction on soft farming soil in fields.
2.Excellent Ride Comfort
Utilising the elastic properties of BRIDGESTONE’s high quality rubber compounds,vibration is kept to a minimum,providing the operator with a smooth ride. Running noise is therefore low,which reduces ambient noise levels so that nearby residences are not disturbed.
3.Low Ground Pressure
Rubber tracks ensure a stable and reliable operation in a wide range of operating conditions,even on sand and snow.
There are no moving parts which require lubrication or maintenance in the structure of a Rubber Track.BRIDGESTONE Rubber tracks are designed to eject as much mud and material as possible during their operation avoiding time consuming maintenance