ESCO Debuts Newest Addition to Ultralok Tooth System

Mon December 07, 2009 - National Edition
Construction Equipment Guide

ESCO has designed a whole new family of tooth shapes specifically for the Ultralok system to maximize machine performance in all applications.
ESCO has designed a whole new family of tooth shapes specifically for the Ultralok system to maximize machine performance in all applications.
ESCO has designed a whole new family of tooth shapes specifically for the Ultralok system to maximize machine performance in all applications. The Ultralok system is offered in eight construction sizes. ESCO’s U60 size completes the Ultralok package, covering all popular construction and aggregate machines applications.

ESCO Corporation’s U60 size Ultralok tooth system completes the Ultralok package, covering all popular construction and aggregate machines applications.

Unlike other designs, the Ultralok system offers a hammerless lock that is integrated into the point — not only providing increased safety, but also eliminating the need for separate pins or locks, according to the manufacturer.

The Ultralok design is a direct result of “Voice of the Customer” survey conducted among construction and aggregate specialists around the world.

The Ultralok system is offered in eight construction sizes. The product line covers 6.6 to 82.7 ton (6 to 75 t) excavators and 2 to 12 yd. (1.8 to 11 m) class wheel loaders.

ESCO has designed a whole new family of tooth shapes specifically for the Ultralok system to maximize machine performance in all applications.

Benefits of the ESCO Ultralok Tooth System

The hammerless locking system is an integral part of the point — resulting in greater safety, reduced field inventory and simplified field replacement.

The lower profile system increases penetration for greater productivity and reduced fuel consumption.

Point replacement in the field is quick and easy, reducing downtime and providing greater value to end users, according to the manufacturer.

The Ultralok system has increased useable wear metal — reducing maintenance and downtime.

For more information, visit www.escocorp.com.