Summit Supply Releases New Rubber Track Tread Pattern for Equipment

📅   Thu July 20, 2017 - Northeast Edition #15


The Zig-Zag pattern offers enhanced traction and virtually eliminates slippage both forward and backward, while minimizing machine vibration and turf scarring.
The Zig-Zag pattern offers enhanced traction and virtually eliminates slippage both forward and backward, while minimizing machine vibration and turf scarring.

Summit Supply LLC of Asbury, N.J., continues to expand its line of rubber tracks for construction equipment with the release of the “Zig-Zag” tread pattern.

The Zig-Zag pattern is the result of extensive research and development resulting in Summit's most versatile rubber track offering, according to the manufacturer.

Engineered with Summit's proprietary non-directional tread pattern, the Zig-Zag pattern offers enhanced traction and virtually eliminates slippage both forward and backward, while minimizing machine vibration and turf scarring. Deep, angled edge-recesses provide added traction in snow, mud and clay. The “inter-void” lug structure provides self-clearing of site debris, thus maximizing overall track and undercarriage service life.

Summit's Zig-Zag pattern introduces proprietary surface voids, which effectively combine the benefits of traditional straight-bar and multi-bar rubber tracks.

“Summit Supply's straight-bar and multi-bar tracks have been incredibly well received by thousands of dealers and end-users throughout the years,” said Eric Druckenmiller, general manager of Summit Supply. “We are confident that the addition of Summit's cutting-edge Zig-Zag pattern will further cement our position as the leader of the construction wear parts industry.”

For more information, call 888/888-1248 or visit www.summitrubbertracks.com.