New rough terrain from Terex

19 October 2021

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Terex launches 35 tonne capacity rough terrain

Rough terrain and tower crane manufacturer Terex has launched the TRT 35 rough terrain crane. It has a four-section boom with a maximum lifting capacity of 35 tonnes.

The crane is 2.5 metres wide. This, Terex said, means it can be easily manoeuvred – even on congested job sites with narrow or confined areas.

Terex has further enhanced the manoeuvrability of the TRT 35 with four steering options and Terex’s Powershift functionality (permanent four-wheel drive). It also has two driving modes: manual mode – with three forward speeds and three reverse speeds; and automatic mode – with five forward speeds and three reverse speeds.

The TRT 35 is equipped with a Cummins four-cylinder engine which has an Eco Mode function designed to optimise fuel consumption. The TRT 35 is also compatible with Cummins QSB4.5 Stage IIIA - Tier 3, Cummins QSB4.5 Stage 5 - Tier 4F engines to meet different regional needs.

The TRT 35 also comes with the Terex Operating System (TEOS) designed to improve safety, usability, efficiency of navigation, operation and information flow. Terex T-Link telematics, which provides customers with real time information on the performance of their crane, comes as standard, along with LED lights.

Optional extras include: an eight-metre side-stowable lattice type jib; a radio remote controller; an auxiliary winch (with the same performance as the standard winch); outrigger control from the carrier; and an anemometer and cameras integrated with the ten-inch touchscreen display.

Guillaume Bertrand, RT sales manager, Terex Cranes, said, “The addition of the TRT 35 will enhance an already significant product range offered by Terex… As well as the intuitive TEOS control system, the TRT cranes have compact dimensions, proportional telescopic boom, full power and come equipped for T-Link telematics platform allowing geo localisation and remote diagnostics.”

The crane was first shown at the GIS trade show in Italy in October and follows the successful launch of the TRT 80 and the TRT 90 earlier this year. Terex plans to launch a version of this crane for the US market in early 2022.