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Terex launches new high-capacity rough terrain crane

Terex launches the TRT80L, a high capacity rough terrain crane.

Global crane manufacturer, Terex, has announced the launch of the new TRT 80L, a high-capacity rough terrain crane.

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According to the manufacturer, the crane “sets new standards” in lifting performance and transport convenience.

“The TRT 80L has a combination of advanced features and user-centric design that makes it a standout addition to any fleet,” said Stefania D’Apoli Senior Sales Support Manager RT Cranes. “With an enhanced boom length and self-removable counterweight, it has significantly improved operational efficiency and transportability, enabling it to meet the demands of several applications, including ports, construction, infrastructure, mining, energy, yard logistics and general lifting.”

With a maximum lifting capacity of 80 tonnes and an extended main boom length of 47m, the TRT 80L is designed to deliver “superior” reach and versatility on the job site. Despite its lifting capabilities, the TRT 80L features a crane width of only three metres, allowing it to be easily transported and manoeuvred in congested job sites and narrow areas, which is further enhanced by four steering options for optimal handling.

Furthermore, the TRT 80L features a self-removable counterweight, simplifying logistics and reducing setup time on site. The Powershift permanent four-wheel drive offers two driving modes to accommodate operator preferences: manual mode (three speeds forward and three speeds reverse) and automatic mode (six speeds forward and three speeds reverse). The extra-wide, tiltable cabin with large glass surfaces ensures “excellent” visibility and comfort, promoting safer and more efficient operations.

The rough terrain crane comes with the option to choose either a Tier 3 Cummins QSB6.7 engine, or a Tier 4F engine, catering to different regional requirements.

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