Bearcat Tyres has released a new rubber track, manufactured by Solideal called Solideal CTL tracks.
Solideal CTL tracks provide both traction and floatation for compact track loaders (CTL).
When the first compact track loader was introduced in 1958, then two years later, the first skid-steer loader, an entire new industry of work machines was born.
These new machines delivered the power of large equipment in a compact size with unmatched speed and manoeuvrability.
Whatever the type of machine: Bobcat, Case, John Deere, New Holland; CTLs work in the tough conditions of work sites, over rocks and debris, through mud, carrying heavy loads and all the time putting great demands on their rubber tracks.
Solideal has developed through research and on-site trials, the tough CTL track available world-wide. Solideal’s Crossfix joints attain maximum strength through a special manufacturing process that knits the heavy-duty steel cables across the joints.
Combine this strength with turf friendly non-directional tread design, chunk and tear resistance of natural rubber compounds with self-cleaning hauler step; a versatile hardworking rubber track, Solideal CTL track, that will improve the performance of any track loader is obtained.
“No matter what the terrain or work-site conditions, the Solideal CTL Tracks are tough. Long wearing tracks are also available” said Richard Blacker, Regional Sales and Marketing Manager of Bearcat Tyres.
The Solideal CTL tracks are available with the option of a general application tread for muddy and wet terrain, low vibration, bi-directional traction and high flotation. Or a specialisation tread with low vibration, low lug to void ratio for extra long life and optimal floatation.