Terex launches 35 tonne rough terrain crane

By Niamh Marriott19 October 2021

Terex Cranes has launched its latest rough terrain crane, the TRT 35, following the launch of the TRT 80 and the TRT 90 earlier in 2021.

The new model will expand the Terex TRT rough terrain offering, following the launch of the TRT 80 and the TRT 90 earlier in 2021

The new model was on show at the GIS expo which took place in early October in Piacenza, Italy.

The 35 tonne capacity crane has a 30.1 metre synchronised four-section telescopic boom. Maximum tip height with extensions is 40.1 metres.

Its carrier is 2.5 metres wide to help when manoeuvring around narrow or confined areas, the company said. It also has four steering modes.

Power is from a 4 cylinder Cummins diesel engine, which has an eco mode function. Versions are available to meet different exhaust emission requirements around the world.

It has permanent four wheel drive and a Powershifttransmission with two modes for different operator driving styles. Manual mode offers three speeds forward and three speeds reverse while the automatic mode has five forward gears and three in reverse.

As well as the TEOS control system, the TRT cranes have compact dimensions, proportional telescopic boom, full power and come equipped for T-Link telematics platform allowing geo localisation and remote diagnostics

The crane features the Terex Operating System (TEOS) which the company said improves safety, usability, efficiency of navigation, operation and information flow.

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.

Additional options

Further options include; an 8 metre lattice type side-stowable jib, radio remote control, auxiliary winch with same performance as the standard winch, outrigger control from the carrier, anemometer and cameras that display on the 10 inch touchscreen so the operator can watch directly from the TEOS display.

Terex Cranes unveiled the new TRT 35 rough terrain crane at GIS, Italy’s lifting show

Guillaume Bertrand, RT sales manager at Terex Cranes, said, “The addition of the TRT 35 will enhance an already significant product range offered by Terex Rough Terrain Cranes, meeting both market and customers’ needs for a flexible yet durable off-road crane.

“As well as the intuitive TEOS control system, the TRT cranes have compact dimensions, proportional telescopic boom, full power and come equipped for T-Link telematics platform allowing geo localisation and remote diagnostics.”

The TRT 35 is available to order now, and the US version will be available from early 2022.

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