Camso Inc., formerly Camoplast Solideal, is exhibiting its latest track products at the Farm Progress Show, Aug. 30-Sept. 1, 2016, in Boone, Iowa.
“We aim to help farmers move large agricultural equipment while helping them to cover more ground with less negative impact in the field,” says Martin Lunkenbein, business line executive director, systems – agriculture. “We offer a tracked solution for every single step of the farming operation - from field prep to planting to harvesting and crop transportation.”
The company says its Conversion Track System (CTS) for tractors:
- increases mobility and flotation for better performance in soft ground conditions;
- increases stability and traction to maximize overall efficiency and quality;
- reduces ground compaction and pressure by more than 65%; and
- represents the simplest conversion track system on the market.
In addition the company says its new roading track :
- gets equipment from field to field with best in-class track durability and speed while maintains performance in the field;
- offers the lowest operating cost solution by helping customers save 30 to 40% on their cost per hour compared to the closest competitor;
- extends track life by 20% versus previous generation of Camso tracks; and
- is available for Case IH Steiger Rowtrac, Magnum Rowtrac and New Holland T8 tractors.
Camso’s CTS for tractors and new roading track, along with a wide range of tracks and track systems, will be on display at Farm Progress Show at booth #109.
A field demo will also be held between 2 and 3 p.m. every day to demonstrate the ride quality and other benefits of the conversion track system. The CTS will be mounted on a John Deere 8R tractor with a Kuhn Krause Excelerator tillage tool.
For more information, visit camso.co.