Terex Cranes has launched its latest TRT Rough Terrain crane with its 35 ton TRT 35.
The new model follows the introduction of the 80- and 90-ton TRT 80 and TRT 90 earlier this year. All new TRTs feature the Terex Operating System (TEOS) which includes T-Link navigation and telematics. The TRT 35 is essentially an update to the RT 35-1 and features a similar 30.1 meter four-section wire synchronized main boom with the option of an eight meter swivel extension for tip height maximum of just over 40 meters.
Other options include radio remotes, an auxiliary winch with performance matched to the main winch, frame mounted stabilizer controls, anemometer and cameras that display on the 10 inch touchscreen.
Total stowage width is 2.5 meters, depending on tires, while power comes from a Cummins Stage V / Tier 4F diesel with a Stage IIIA engine for markets where this is a requirement. All are equipped with the company’s Eco Mode function. The powertrains are also paired with a dual-mode powershift transmission with manual mode offering three forward gears and three reverse gears, as well as an automatic mode with five forward gears and three reverse gears.
Guillaume Bertrand, Director of Off-Road Sales, said: âThe addition of the TRT 35 will enhance an already extensive product line offered by Terex Rough Terrain Cranes, meeting both market and customer needs for an all-terrain crane. -flexible but durable terrain. In addition to the intuitive TEOS control system, TRT cranes have compact dimensions, a proportional telescopic boom, full power and are equipped with the T-Link 11 telematics platform allowing geolocation and remote diagnosis.
The European version is available now, while the North American model will be available early in the new year.