Terex’s Bauma Line-Up Crosses Range of Cranes

Terex’s Bauma Line-Up Crosses Range of Cranes

At Bauma 2010, Terex Cranes, Westport, Conn., will display new crane models to increase productivity, new truck and crane cabs designed for enhanced ease-of-use and comfort, new safety features for security, and new configurations for greater reach and capacity. Those include a new all-terrain in the 1320-ton class; a six-axle 386-ton mobile crane; a 100-ton rough-terrain crane; and a new luffing-jib tower crane. Terex’s RT 100 is the newest addition to the manufacturer’s RT portfolio, and offers “outstanding” lifting capacity across all load ranges. Its maximum lifting capacity is 100 tons.

The new CTL 440-24 luffing-jib tower crane, designed for jobs on urban sites, is equipped with an innovative hoist winch allowing both one-fall and two-fall operation. Its crane speed and height are easily adaptable to specific jobs and loads.

The new AC 1000, which Terex claims is the world’s most powerful, roadable, boom-on AT, was engineered to be compact and versatile for a crane in the 1320-ton class. With a total length of 54.8 feet, the AC 350/6 is the smallest six-axle and most compact mobile crane in the 386-ton class, according to Terex. Termed a “jack-of-all-trades,” the AT was designed for a wide range of applications.


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