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New Terex rough-terrain crane features synchronized four-section boom

A rough terrain crane
A Terex Cranes TRT 35 rough terrain crane

Terex Cranes unveiled the new TRT 35 rough-terrain crane at GIS, Italy's lifting show, which took place from October 7-9 in Piacenza, Italy.

The new model will expand the Terex TRT rough-terrain offering following the launch of the TRT 80 and the TRT 90 earlier this year. The TRT 35 is a 35-t rough-terrain crane with a synchronized, four-section boom that provides the operator with enhanced lifting performance, regardless of the boom length.

With a width of only 2.5 metres, the crane can be easily manoeuvred, even on congested job sites with narrow or confined areas. Manoeuvrability is also enhanced by four steering options. The TRT 35 is equipped with a Cummins 4-cylinder engine, bringing high power and optimized consumption due to the Eco Mode function. The TRT 35 is compatible with Cummins QSB4.5 Stage IIIA - Tier 3, Cummins QSB4.5 Stage 5 - Tier 4F to meet different regional needs.

Terex T-Link telematics, which provides customers with real-time information on the performance of their crane, comes as standard on the TRT 35, along with LED lights.

Further options available include a lattice-type jib, a radio remote controller, an auxiliary winch, an outrigger control from the carrier, an anemometer and cameras that are embedded within the 10-inch touchscreen display.

The US version of the crane will be available from early 2022.

Company info

Terex Global GmbH
Bleicheplatz 2
Schaffhausen,
CH, 8200

Website:
terex.com/cranes/en

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