Trackman XP Rubber tracks with new technology perform better and last longer

At this year’s Hannover Messe ContiTech will present the Trackman XP rubber tracks. Trackman XP rubber tracks provide greater durability in tougher applications and the new construction focuses on issues that are important to operators. Built with a revolutionary anti-vibration technology, it reduces vibration, improving operator comfort especially in heavy-pull operations. In addition, the improved wheel path tread rubber is designed to minimize abrasion and puncture damage.

Trackman XP is constructed with Maxxtuff, a trademarked process that includes multiple layers of steel belting with greater density of steel wires – the highest concentration of steel belting reinforcement in the market – along with patented Armorlug technology for longer drive lug life and patented galvanized cable that makes Trackman XP the most corrosion resistant track on the market.

The Trackman rubber tracks are produced in St. Marys, Ohio/USA – the partner country for this year’s Hannover Messe. The ContiTech team continues to lead the way in patented advanced technology, development and production, in the rubber track market and controls the global sale of these products from ­ContiTech’s North American operations.

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