Empire buys a Terex RT

By Christian Shelton03 April 2019

New York state, USA-based crane sales and rental specialist Empire Crane has added to its fleet with the purchase of a Terex RT 100US rough terrain crane made by Terex Cranes. It is the first of this model in its fleet.

The 100 ton (90 tonne) crane has a five-section hydraulic boom that extends up to 154 feet (47 metres). Three boom modes are available. The crane has Terex’s IC-1 control system with integrated diagnostics. The operator joysticks provide electro-proportional control and the crane has four steering modes: two-wheel; four-wheel; crab steering; and rear axle steering. The cab can tilt by 18 degrees. The crane has an overall width of 9.8 feet (3 m) and a removable counterweight.

Terex RT 100US Empire

Empire’s new Terex RT 100US

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