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Maxi Tracks – Ground Protection Units

maxi track specifications

Overall SizeDimensions
Installed Surface Size1800 x 900 x 23mm
Core Thickness25mm
Usable Surface Area1.62 m2
Delivered in StillageYes


Maxi Tracks – Ground Protection Units

Description 1DC84AF1-36F8-424F-A2E3-2C7AE1790A18

Maxi Track’s are the world’s most heavy-duty but still man-handleable track system developed using high-tech Zetralene plastic and suitable for use with rubber tracked or tyred vehicles.

As the demand for less environmental impact on job sites increases, having an easy-to-transport and lightweight solution that allows you to leave the existing or new ground undamaged by plant is a major benefit for contractors.

As well as Maxi Tracks Shore Hire also offer a range of other ground protection options such as Trak Mats, Rumble Grids and Steel Road Plates.

Features 1DC84AF1-36F8-424F-A2E3-2C7AE1790A18
  • Easily man-handleable to save you on machinery costs
  • Lightweight and easily stackable for reduced transport costs
  • Overlapping pinnable design to avoid any soil seeping through to ensure maximum ground protection
  • Less environmental impact means happier clients and happier job site neighbours as you reduce your footprint

Suited For 1DC84AF1-36F8-424F-A2E3-2C7AE1790A18

Ground Protection units are most commonly used to protect existing surfaces, such as grass or polished concrete from damage by plant.

They can also be used to aid in traversal over soft surfaces such as dirt and sand.

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