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Rubber Track Continuous Steel Cord Technology

Updated on December 2, 2014

Rubber Track Continuous Steel Cord Cut Away

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The continuous steel cord advantage.

Continuous steel cord in rubber tracks help reduce stretching, and the continuous steel cord will help in preventing separation. High tensile strength steel cords ensures structural integrity, even if the rubber track suffers a deep cut. The cut-away image you see to the right show the steel cable embedded into the rubber.

Cross sections of rubber tracks showing the steel cord and metal inserts.

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Does your track last.

As you see in the pictures above, the steel cord is continuous, this technology ensures a stronger and longer lasting track.

Metal core, steel cord, lug and rubber

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Nice clean image of 'Continuous Steel Cord' in rubber tracks

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Skid steer rubber tracks

Does your skid steer rubber tracks have continuous steel cords

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Suppliers of rubber tracks with metal core and steel cable.

McLaren
Ram Rubber Tracks
National1 Track & Parts
www.mclarenusa.com
www.ramrubbertracks.com
www.ameritraxinc.com
 
 
 
 
 
 
Always good to get 3 quotes when making any purchase.

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Premium-quality rubber and high-resistance steel

Most tracks are made from premium-quality rubber and high-resistance steel. Most tracks made by the popular manufactures meet the challenges of the most demanding applications that machine operators run their machines on a daily basis.

The cables are made from high-tensile steel wires, resistant to compression and stretching.

Rubber tracks without steel cords...

This rubber track uses an inferior rubber compound, resulting in premature deterioration of the belt. Once the rubber deteriorates, the metal components are exposed and rust. This track failed prematurely due to poor materials and construction.
This rubber track uses an inferior rubber compound, resulting in premature deterioration of the belt. Once the rubber deteriorates, the metal components are exposed and rust. This track failed prematurely due to poor materials and construction. | Source

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