Debut of new addition to anchor Terramac's largest crawler carrier display at CONEXPO
Terramac's crawler carriers provide operators with maximum efficiency and easy maintenance in a variety of applications from pipeline or utility to aggregates and general construction.
The Terramac RT6, RT9, and RT14 straight frame units can be equipped with various specialized attachments. Designed to provide an unprecedented degree of customization, these carriers feature an exclusive bolt on/off system that enables an array of specialized support equipment to be mounted, such as: concrete mixers, cranes, fifth wheels, vacuum excavators, and hydroseeding units.
Built with an upper frame that rotates a full 360-degrees, the Terramac RT14R is capable of hauling and dumping material at any position, even while driving. This unique rotational functionality allows materials to be offloaded faster than standard straight frame carriers, while also minimizing environmental damage and land restoration costs.
In addition, Terramac will highlight its units' rubber track technology and low ground pressure, which enable crews to easily maneuver through adverse ground conditions and climb faster on steep and hilly terrain. The advanced safety and efficiency features of Terramac crawler carriers will also be showcased.
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