Terex launches eight new cranes

25 April 2008

Terex TC 60L truck crane debuted at Intermat

Terex TC 60L truck crane debuted at Intermat

Five new mobile cranes and three new crawlers have been announced or shown by Terex Cranes. New from Terex-Demag in Germany will be the AC 100/4, a 100 tonne capacity all terrain mobile crane on four axles. The new crane will have a five section 50 m pinned boom for a strong lifting chart. At a 10 m radius with the boom fully extended, the preliminary chart shows it will lift 12 tonnes. Maximum boom and jib combination will be 69 m.

On 16.00 R25 tyres the carrier will be 2.55 m wide and 10.3 m long. Overall length, including the boom overhang, will be 13.1 m.

Expect to see this crane in iron next year at the Bauma exhibition and deliveries are scheduled to start in mid-2007.

Seen in iron for the first time at the Intermat exhibition in Paris last month was the new TC 60L truck crane. Originally designated TC 55, the TC 60L is one of a four-model range - there are standard and long boom versions of the TC 40 and TC 60.

Terex-Bendini will launch three new telescopic crawlers this year. Production starts this month of the capacity TCC 45, unveiled at the SAIE exhibition in Italy last October.

Later this year the TCC 40 and the TCC 60 will follow. The TCC 45 weighs 38 tonnes and has a maximum lifting capacity of 44 tonnes. Maximum boom length is 39 m.

Terex-Bendini says that maximum capacity is achieved without using any other machines to assemble the crane.

The TCC 40 lifts 40 tonnes and has a maximum main boom length of 27.5 m. Like the TCC 45, it is aimed at customers in the petrochemical industry in booming regions, for example the Middle East.

The TCC 60 will replace the Bendini A 600C in the range. It has a new superstructure with the cab mounted on the left to give the operator a better view. Power is from a 164 kW Cummins engine.

For more on telescopic crawlers see the feature starting on page 29.

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