Quebec-based Camso is back at the National Farm Machinery Show this year with some new track products for the North American agriculture equipment market.
One of those products is a Conversion Track System (CTS) with suspended frame and integrated final drive system for combines. Track Systems Business Line Executive Director Martin Lunkenbein says Camso’s new CTS High Speed allows tracked harvesting machines to reach road speeds similar to wheeled combines with its integrated final drive system. “Less ground compaction, more flotation, and full speed – so when you’re going from field to field you’re getting there when you want to,” he says.
The new CTS features a frame suspension system and double oscillating wheels that improve ground contact on uneven surfaces, improve machine stability and header placement for more efficient harvesting and provide better overall operator comfort – all with a 12 percent larger footprint to further reduce ground compaction and field damage.
Learn more in this interview: [wpaudio url=”http://traffic.libsyn.com/zimmcomm/nfms17-camso-martin.mp3″ text=”Interview with Martin Lunkenbein, Camso”]