Aerial Lift + Telehandler
Unparalleled flotation and traction
Through decreased ground pressure, Right Tracks increase an aerial lift’s/telehandler’s flotation by over 300%. This added flotation prevents tire sink-age and allows our heavy duty grouser/tread design to maneuver equipment in any off-road application (mud, muskeg, snow, sand, etc). Specialized tires, chains or molded tracks may offer increased traction, but they do not provide the Right Track flotation that truly maximizes your lifts potential in off-road applications.
Since all of our tracks are built of separate components, track grousers/tread can be easily replaced both quickly and affordably. With specialty tires, chains or molded rubber tracks (Matt Tracks) once a certain amount of wear has occurred they simply become a throw away.
Due to the "separate component" design of our tracks we can offer different styles and depths of grousers/treads for different off road applications. This includes heavy duty ice cleats for winter and fall use, or 2" super aggressive grousers for loose mud and muskeg. These different configurations can easily be interchanged by the customer from one job or season to the next. This gives the customer a versatility no other tire, chain or track can offer.
All of our tracks are made with heavy duty conveyor belting. This belting is 5 times the strength of your standard tire. Once Right Tracks are installed customers can expect virtually no tire damage. This is a great asset for working on sites with loose debris or terrain were both side wall and tread tire damage are frequent.
Right Tracks can be installed in about half an hour and uninstalled in a matter of minutes. This convenience makes our product very easy to work with while working in the field.
We believe so strongly in the reliability of our product that we offer a 5 year unconditional warranty.
The Right Tracks design has been professionally tested and evaluated for safety by GS Engineering (an engineering firm in Houghton, Michigan). Our Aerial lift tracks have passed all five category tests laid out by ANSI (American National Standards Institute) and SIA (Scaffolding Institute of America). A full copy of this report is available upon request.