Davimac chaser bins have been upgraded from top to bottom, with stronger, tougher roll tarps and redesigned track undercarriages.
The tougher roll tarp now consists of heavy-duty 900gsm European PVC.
The material is made from UV-stabilised panama-woven polyester, that offers significant gains in strength and tensity, as well as resistance to damage and wear from sun exposure.
This sturdy construction ensures a load of grain inside a Davimac chaser bin will stay well protected from the ravages of heat and light.
It also means the tarps have a much longer lifespan, ensuring farmers can rely on them season after season.
The tarps also offer 100% heat-welded bonding and reinforced webbing that reduces stretching while maintaining a waterproof fit covering the load.
They roll neatly across the top of the bins to create a firm seal that excludes water ingress.
Meanwhile upgraded undercarriages have 610 and 915mm (24 and 36-inch) wide tracks that offer five degrees of roll along the axle in addition to fifteen degrees of pitch.
This allows the tracks to reliably traverse irregular terrain with minimal loss of traction or undue stress on the undercarriage.
The tracks also require less maintenance, with the three grease nipples reduced to just one, meaning chaser bin owners have one less job to worry about when caring for their equipment.
Davimac director Shannon McNab said the goal with tracked undercarriages has always been to offer superior movement over all types of terrain, and the improved Vimcor tracks meant farmers could trust that their bin would handle whatever stumps, hidden rocks, or burrows they happened across.
The upgraded Vimcor tracks support a total load capacity of 55 tonnes and are available in either 2.6 or 3m wheel centres.
They are now standard across all new tracked chaser bins, so every bin owner can benefit from the improved stability and reliability offered by this design.