Prototype RT from Terex

By Euan Youdale03 November 2009

Terex's RT 100 rough terrain

Terex's RT 100 rough terrain

Terex presented the prototype of the 90 tonne capacity RT 100 rough terrain. It is the first rough terrain in its capacity rating to be launched onto the European market. It will also be certified for the US market.

Maximum boom length is 53 m with six extensions, the longest in its class, says the company. The model has two telescopic modes to maximise lifting capacity at maximum and minimum radius.

The machine is manufactured at the company's Crespellano facility in Italy. A date for full production has not yet been set, although it will possibly be about May 2010. An additional feature comes with the LMI that has colour screen and a new graphics interface, offering more wide-ranging control and set up capabilities
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