We offer various rubber and polyurethane track pads type to suit your requirements.
All our pads are designed with the end users in our mind, with focus placed on quality and productivity. The pads’ profiles should perfectly fit your track shoe so as to prevent unnecessary movements that can lead to debris accumulation, which may introduce stresses to your pads thereby providing better durability. A perfect fitment also means quieter working noise.We always provide polyurethane track pads and rubber track pads for clients using, which have great wear resistant and corrosion resistant features during the working condition.
Please request for an engineering drawing to ensure you are selecting the right pad. Alternatively you may also fill in an enquiry form so our staffs can help you find the best fitment.
Classic track pad design with 2 or 4 bolts at the bottom. It is the most robust and secure way to lock a pad onto your track shoes. Suitable for all track shoes with holes.
BOLT AND HOOK
The fitment style has fixed bracket or hooks on one side, and bolts on the other end. It is designed to improve fitting time whilst maintaining robustness of fitment. We have had feedback of customers reducing fitment time by almost 50%.
This fitment style has fixed bracket or hooks on one side, and a specially designed clip fitting on the other end. This fitment style is particularly useful for vehicles with track shoes that have no holes. Favoured for its easy installation, it may also be chosen for track shoes that already have bolt holes.
A chain-on (also known as Roadliner) pad is the modular substitute to using an all rubber track, which provides the added benefit of enabling end user to replace damaged pads on a one-to-one basis. The internal steel core is engineered toward with its elastomeric geometry which provides the pad with out standing abrasion resistance and durability.