Premium Mini Excavator Rubber Track Design
Prowler rubber track systems are rigorously tested before being put into service. Our excavator tracks are designed to OEM specifications for a perfect fit every time. To improve their dependability and durability, they undergo extensive research and design tests to ensure the compounds and materials used during production meet or exceed ISO quality standards. Here are just a few features you will find in every premium grade track we sell:
- A: Deep heat resistant lugs provide excellent traction for multiple applications including mud, dirt, sand, clay, gravel and asphalt.
- B: Strong embedded steel links provide a smooth rolling path for your excavator’s undercarriage.
- C: A thick carcass made of all natural rubber and industry leading synthetics provide a reliable chunk and gouge resistant track.
- D: Continuously wound steel cables, wrapped with 3/16” vulcanized rubber.
Taking Advantage Of Your Excavator Rubber Tracks
How Rubber Tracks Affect The Excavator Operator
Spending many hours a day behind the controls of a machine can take a mental and physical toll on the operator. We try to alleviate the worry of mobility, and the physical stress placed on the operator by engineering a rubber track that has extreme traction and low vibration. Extra thick lugs provide an excellent grip in soft soils such as dirt, mud, and clay. This gives you the advantage of safely positioning your excavator on less than desirable terrain or grades. The tread footprint and metal drive lug design combine to reduce track vibration while crawling over hard surfaces at both high and low speeds. This allows the operator to be more comfortable when working, and more focused on safety and getting the job done.
Rubber Track Advantage For Excavator Owners And Operators
Your return on investment begins with the materials and components used in the manufacturing of your new excavator rubber tracks, including modern molding and curing processes, and enforced quality control guidelines. The constant stress from torque generated by your machine, terrain hazards, and weather can quickly take a toll on your tracks. Inferior parts and materials also equal a shorter track life. It isn’t cost effective or productive to replace tracks every few hundred hours. You may pay a little more to get a superior quality rubber track, but the return on investment saves you money in the long run. Our tracks reduce downtime, provide a longer service life, and are backed by an 18 month/1500 hour warranty.