Terex Bendini expands RT range

By Euan Youdale21 October 2008

The 34 tonne capacity RC34 from Terex Bendini

The 34 tonne capacity RC34 from Terex Bendini

Terex Bendini in Italy launched the RC34 rough terrain crane at the SAIE exhibition last week.

The 34 tonne capacity model is the next step up from the 30 tonne RC30. It also provides four boom extensions, one extra than the RC30, and has a 30 m maximum outreach.

Another difference is the engine. The RC34 has a four-cylinder Cummins, while its smaller sister, the RC30, uses a four-cylinder Iveco.

Terex said a feature of the crane was its ability to extend and retract the boom while carrying a load.

A company spokesman added that the model was introduced to provide the extra lifting power that was required by some customers.

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