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Terex Adds NT35 and NT38 Aerial Devices to Product Line-Up

Terex Utilities, Watertown, S.D., has expanded its equipment lineup by adding the Hi-Ranger NT35 and NT38 non-insulated, telescopic articulating aerial devices to its product line. These non-overcenter Hi-Ranger aerial devices are designed to meet the needs of the telecommunications and CATV markets. Their fully proportional, electric-over-hydraulic platform controls provide smooth multi-functional operation. Both new aerial lifts are available in end mount or side mount configuration.

The side-mounted NT35 has a 34’6” platform height and 24’6” horizontal reach. The end-mounted model, boasts 35-foot platform height and 26’9” horizontal reach.

The side-mounted NT38 offers 37’6” platform height and 24’1” horizontal reach. The end-mounted NT38 provides 38-foot platform height and 43-foot horizontal reach.

Both units have a gross vehicle weight rating of 15,000 pounds and come standard with a one-person, 350-pound capacity platform, 370° non-continuous rotation, hydraulic platform self-leveling system, and an open-center hydraulic system.

Terex’s HyPower hybrid system is optional. It saves fuel, reduces noise, and boosts efficiency, making it significantly easier for utility operations to "go green."


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