Terex Cranes on show in UK

By Laura Hatton07 June 2013



Terex Cranes will exhibit at the Vertikal Days 2013 crane and access show at Haydock Park in the north west of England on 26 and 27 June.

The crane manufacturer will be exhibiting five all terrains; the Challenger 3180, AC 140 Compact, AC 80-2, AC 40-2L and the AC 40 City. The cranes will be displayed on booth 156/157.

The 60 tonne capacity Challenger 3180 has a 50 metre telescopic boom and lifts 37.9 tonnes at 4 m radius, the manufacturer said. It is designed for one-man operation in countries with a 15 tonne axle load limit.

The 140 tonne capacity AC 140 Compact is 11.2 m long and has a 2.7 m wide undercarriage. It has three outrigger settings of 4.5, 5.3 and 7 m and has a maximum lifting capacity of 69.4 tonnes at 7 m radius. The AC 80-2 is the shortest four-axle crane in the 80 tonne capacity class, the manufacturer said, measuring 12.11 m. It has a maximum load moment of 255 of tonne-metres.

The AC 40 City can clear heights as low as 2.99 m and it is allowed to travel on public roads due to its maximum system length of 44.2 m. Finally, the AC 40/2L has an outreach of up to 37.4 m. The 2-axle all terrain is rated to lift 40 tonnes at a 2.6 m radius.

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