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Terex Will Debut New Cranes, Aerials at ICUEE

Terex Corp., Westport, Conn., will show several new and recently introduced cranes and aerial lifts at the International Construction Utility Equipment Expo (ICUEE) in Louisville, Ky., Oct. 4-6. Terex Cranes will debut an additional model joining the new Crossover Boom Truck product line. At press time, the company would not yet release details about this model. However, the original 60-ton Crossover 6000, was introduced at ConExpo-Con/Agg in March, and will also be featured at ICUEE.

The Crossover 6000 is equipped with the same X-pattern outriggers found on the company’s new Roadmaster 9000 truck crane. “The design is central to achieving a 60-ton rated crane in a roadable configuration,” said Jay Barth, product marketing manager. The outrigger design lowers the overall center of gravity and takes stress off the chassis, reducing wear and tear and increasing its longevity. It also enables a 360° load chart. The crane is equipped with a four-section 110-foot boom and offers optional lattice jibs of 32 to 57 feet.

The Crossover 6000 borrows several features from the company’s T560 truck crane, including its upper, which is mounted on a commercial chassis, and hydraulically self-removable counterweight system. Other features include joystick controls for hoist, swing, and boom elevation; foot pedals for swing brake, boom telescope, and engine rpm; and a hand control, also for engine rpm. A rated capacity limiter features pictograph display and settable alarms for work area definition.

The first Crossover 6000 was recently delivered to Houston, Texas-based Scott Macon Equipment.

Terex Utilities will display models from its new SCM Series, including the SCM48, the SCM50 and the SCM55 over-center material handling Hi-Ranger aerial devices. All feature the Terex lower boom cylinder design for low travel height and the Terex-patented Tri-Link elbow design for easy maintenance. Models feature platform heights of 47 to 54 feet and are designed for personnel lift and material handling applications. The Terex HyPower Hybrid System is optional on SCM Series models.

The brand new SCM55 features a 55-foot platform height, 46’1” side reach over-center, 39'6" non-overcenter side reach at 110°, and a stowed height of less than 11 feet. The SCM Series models come with one-person side-mount, 700-pound-capacity platform, single-stick controls, category “C” rating, 200° of upper boom articulation and 110° of lower boom articulation, as well as a full-pressure, open-center hydraulic system. All of the SCM Series aerial lift devices mount on 31,000-pound GVW rated trucks.

Terex says the HyPower plug-in hybrid system, now in its third generation, can easily be retrofitted to existing trucks without affecting a truck’s chassis or drive line. HyPower has the power to operate the boom, cab heater/air conditioner, lights, flashers, and exportable power without starting the vehicle’s engine. It plugs into a 110-volt, 15-amp circuit, and recharging takes about eight hours.

Also to be showcased at ICUEE, the Terex L13i Insulated Aerial Device is ideal for light-duty chassis applications, in the 7,700-pound gross vehicle weight rate range, including trouble truck work and tree trimming in urban areas. It has a platform height of 35’6”.Terex AWP will feature the new Genie GS-4069 RT from its rough-terrain scissor lift line, which also includes GS-2669 RT and GS-3369 RT. This RT69 family has been enhanced to include up to 30 percent more horsepower, 13 percent more platform work space, and a simplified link stack. The new design enables all three to drive and function at full height. The 29-foot GS-2669 RT has a capacity of 1,500 pounds, the 33-foot GS-3369 RT offers 1,000-pound capacity, and the 40-foot GS-4069 RT has 800-pound lifting capacity.

Look for these products from Terex at booths L312 and L316.


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