Bradken’s undercarriage solutions for CAT6060 consistently achieve significant increases in wear life over the OEM undercarriage in the same conditions.
Safety focus for the full product lifecycle.
Reduced deformation & likelihood of crawler shoe shards.
Simplified & safer track-separation.
Reduced maintenance task exposure.
With more than one Bradken 6060 undercarriage installed globally every month, Bradken has proven 100% reliability in the market with no warranty claims for the past 5 years (2018-2022).
Elimination of bush-related failures.#
Fewer pin walking events
Higher wear limits made possible by Bradken’s unique through-hardened alloy.
Re-engineered geometry to minimise stress, especially near end-of-life.
Resilient to operational loads for longer.
Over the past five years we have delivered 6,694 CAT6060 shoes and have fitted 79 machines for our customers.
Delivery results between 2018-2022
Crawler shoes are an essential component of tracked machinery such as excavators, bulldozers, and loaders. They provide traction, support, and stability to the equipment, enabling it to operate on rough terrain.
The Bradken Drive Sprockets are specifically designed to meet the challenging requirements of the mining industry. With induction-hardened roller paths and drive lug faces, these sprockets provide a consistently low wear rate throughout their life.
The Bradken Front Idlers are engineered to provide exceptional performance and durability for hydraulic excavators used in mining applications. With a hardened roller path and engineered alloy, these idlers are designed to minimise stress concentration within the transition zone.
The Bradken Load Rollers are designed to overcome the problems associated with traditional Caterpillar load roller designs. With independent axles and increased lubrication capacity, these rollers are designed to lower operating temperatures, decrease wear rate and increase component life.
The Bradken Wear Monitoring program is designed to help mine operators and contractors obtain an accurate assessment of the amount of wear on their undercarriage components. By monitoring wear, a program can be implemented to achieve maximum life from all components, reducing the amount spent on undercarriage and extending the life of these major assets.