In addition to offering the industry's strongest track structure, the NextGen TDF series tracks include a Crack and Cut Quarantine System.
Torrance, California (PRWEB) July 15, 2014
McLaren Industries introduces its NextGen TDF™ series track loader rubber tracks, featuring SpoolRite™ belting technology to handle the workload and abuse of the most powerful track loaders on the market. This proprietary continuous (jointless) belt system radically increases the tensile strength of the tracks’ internal structure, making them far superior to standard jointless cable tracks offered by other manufacturers.
McLaren’s SpoolRite belting is a pre-stressed, aligned, non-overlapping continuous belting system, which guarantees equal tension throughout the track belts. In addition to offering the industry’s strongest track structure, the NextGen TDF series tracks include a Crack and Cut Quarantine System, which uses a multiple lug profile to contain the growth of cuts and cracks, prevent the spread of track surface damage, and extend the service life of the tracks.
Other innovative product features are incorporated in the NextGen TDF series tracks for maximum cut resistance and peak performance on tough terrain. They include an exclusive four-step metal-to-rubber bonding technology, an improved guiding system, and a unique double-offset tread pattern. Also, a proprietary rubber compound formulation helps increase track lifespan by as much as 50 percent.
NextGen TDF series rubber tracks are available for OEM or aftermarket. They are also offered in a non-marking orange variety.
McLaren Industries, Inc. is a leading supplier of OEM and replacement rubber tracks, flat-proof tires and over-the-tire tracks for skid steers, mini-excavators, track loaders, agricultural machines and carrier vehicles. For more information, contact McLaren Industries, Inc. 605 Hawaii Avenue, Torrance, CA 90503, call 310-212-1333, toll free 800-836-0040, fax 310-212-5666, e-mail sales(at)mclarenindustries(dot)com or visit the company’s website at http://www.mclarenindustries.com.