6-BELT KOMBIPLUS TRACK
Conquers any slope
tested track elements, replacement parts and patented belt connecting lock are still the same. Six belts instead of seven means more space between the individual belts, resulting in less snow getting “carried along” in the track. In return, the spacing between the track cleats is now smaller.
Test tracks have been out and about all over the world, being tested with extreme rigor under the widest range of conditions. And they passed the test. The long service lifetimes speak for themselves – the new 6-belt KombiPlus track from PistenBully is extremely durable and stable. It can conquer any slope and enables easy steering.
“Long service life, high maneuverability and a perfect slope appearance were the objectives in the development of the new track. The new 6-belt KombiPlus track bundles together all positive knowledge gained from our earlier tracks,” says Uwe Thierer, Vice President Production at Kässbohrer and group leader responsible for the track project.
All advantages of our earlier tracks are bundled in the new 6-belt KombiPlus track.
Six instead of seven belts—this is what the new “footwear” of the PistenBully looks like when viewed from above.
7-BELT COMBI PLUS TRACK
Best gradability on the market
The design with 7 belts distributes forces more evenly and relieves pressure on the studs and rubber belts.
A new type of connection concept increases stability at the shackle connector, because the risk of elongation has been eliminated. This prevents pitch errors in the connector area and ensures consistent power transmission and very high tensile force.
Notable optimisation has also been achieved in relation to parts handling: Symmetrical tracks and reduced component diversity overall, make it much simpler for you to order, stock and fit replacement parts.
And don’t worry – one thing that hasn’t changed is track width. Your PistenBully will still fit in the garage in the future!
THE 7-BELT COMBI PLUS TRACK AT A GLANCE
- 135-mm spacing: Low weight, best gradability, impressive thrust
- High-performance guide unit with honeycomb structure: Less weight thanks to less material
- Low-maintenance grouser: No tilting due to fixing to the centre cleat and bolt guidance on the cleat shoe
- Many common parts, few variations: Maximum of 4 different spare part cleats, universal track – individual fitting and free of running direction
7-belt Combi Plus Track with spikes
Stepped central wear bar pre-drilled for additional assembly
Optimized belt spacing for even weight distribution on the tracks
7-belt Combi Plus Track with spikes
Compacted joint with 3 strong layers
High-performance guide unit with honeycomb structure
For comparison: conventional guide unit (5-belt track)
Drive wheel by 2 lines of support
Central toothed strip pre-drilled for additional hardware
The Combined tracks can be used everywhere from “normal” terrain to steep slopes. Their toothed steel edge encounter no problems during dozing and preparation work, even on artificial snow or icy slopes. The toothed steel edge also provides effective protection against damage and wear caused by the soil when the vehicle is driven on thin layers of snow.
stability on boggy and swampy ground, thereby ensuring safe progress. The X-Track is not just a summer track. During its development, great care was taken to ensure that the X-Track would also give the PistenBully good stability and the necessary grip on snow. The X-Track is particularly suited as a protective chain when there is minimal snow coverage, but it can also be used in Indoor skicentres and for ski-run preparation. Moreover, the rubber grousers ensure quiet running on hard surfaces and asphalt roads.