Track Guards

Track Guards, Track Guides, Track Guiding Guards, Track guard and Undercarriage parts For earthmoving machines, Track Guiding Guard Assembly GROUP, TRACK GUARDS FOR EXCAVATORS & BULLDOZERS, China Supplier & Factory

Track guards guide the track links between the flanges of the bottom rollers. NBSJ’s range includes track guard for the most common brands in the machine class of 10 to 35 tons. We make these custom to machine specifications, using high grade steel. Track guard ensure that the track link stays within the machine’s tolerances, in order to prevent damage to the rollers and the track link itself. On uneven terrain, there is a high risk that the track link will come out of the roller. A worn track guard may cause damage to the rollers and the track link. We therefore recommend you to never skip the replacing of the track guards/track guides when doing an overhaul.

Track Guiding Guards For Construction Equipment

When it comes to maintaining your heavy-duty machinery, it’s all too easy to forget about the little things. Track guiding guards are often at the bottom of most operators’ lists, but they serve a critical yet overlooked function: keeping your machine’s tracks aligned and on the track frame. Without these guards, the likelihood of your tracks slipping or becoming misaligned increases, and both of those problems can lead to downtime or hefty repair bills. Let’s go over how track guiding guards work, how to maintain and inspect them, and some aftermarket options if you need to replace them.

Track Guiding Guards

What are Track Guiding Guards?

Track guiding guard are an essential attachment to have installed on your machine, regardless of the terrain you’ll be working on. Essentially, track guards are components that have been designed to mount on your machine’s track frame to keep the steel or rubber tracks themselves aligned and prevent them from falling off. Additionally, they help prevent wear and tear on the machine’s rollers by keeping the tracks from moving side to side over them while in operation. They play a critical role in an efficient, well-maintained machine and punch far above their weight when it comes to their effectiveness in reducing downtime and wear.

HOW CAN YOU RECOGNISE THE WEAR PATTERNS OF TRACK GUARDS?

The bottom of the track guard should be at the same height as the centreline of the pins. There is a play of 5% of the total pin length between the track guard and the pin. If there is visible damage on the inside of the track guard, then the track guards had to provide resistance to the track link. The track guard should also stay straight at the bottom. In order to be able to continue to provide resistance in the future, the track guides can usually be welded on, or they can be fitted with new wear strips. A good track guard soon results in more running hours and consequently sustainability for your entire undercarriage.

Our catalog offers Track guard and Undercarriage parts for excavators, mini excavators, bulldozers, buckets, loaders, rollers, graders, bulldozers, excavators arms, telescopic handlers, dumper, crawler loaders, wheel loaders, skid steer loaders and construction machinery in general.

Supported Makes & Models

NBSJ can provide track guides for machinery from a wide array of manufacturers including – Caterpillar CAT, Daewoo, Doosan, Hitachi, Hyundai, JCB, Komatsu, Volvo, Fiat-Allis, Fiat-Hitachi, Kobelco, New Holland, Case, Liebherr, Kubota, Sany, John Deere, Bobcat, LiuGong, XGMA, SDLG, Sumitomo, IHI, Yanmar, Takeuchi, Terex, Shantui and Kawasaki.

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