Rubber track cord

Rubber track cord

The steel reinforced rubber track cords make it possible to work at higher speeds while producing less noise. The track will have a higher pull traction compared to a traditional reinforced rubber track. The lower vibration and lower damage to the surface are also an important advantage.

Besides the rubber track cord, Bekaert can also offer steel cord fabrics for transversal stiffness or fine steel cords for high speed applications.


  • High tensile strength
  • High adhesion-rubber bonding
  • Easy processing


Rubber track cord used in the track for different segments: agriculture applications, construction machinery, engineering and transmission machinery, recreational vehicles


Coating Brass
Shape Cord - rope - strand
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