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Terex unveils the TRT 35 Rough Terrain crane

October 25, 2021  By Crane & Hoist Canada Staff

The TRT 35 Rough Terrain Crane. Photo: Terex

Terex Cranes unveiled its latest innovation — the new TRT 35 Rough Terrain crane — at GIS, Italy’s lifting show, which took place from Oct. 7 to Oct. 9 in Piacenza, Italy.

The new model will expand the Terex TRT rough terrain offering, following the launch of the TRT 80 and the TRT 90 earlier this year. The range features the Terex Operating System (TEOS) that improves safety, usability, efficiency of navigation, operation and information flow, the company said.

“The addition of the TRT 35 will enhance an already significant product range offered by Terex Rough Terrain Cranes, meeting both market and customers’ needs for a flexible yet durable off-road crane,” said Guillaume Bertrand, RT sales manager, Terex Cranes . “As well as the intuitive TEOS control system, the TRT cranes have compact dimensions, proportional telescopic boom, full power and come equipped for T-Link telematics platform allowing geo localization and remote diagnostics.”

The TRT 35 is a 35-t rough terrain crane with a synchronised, four-section boom. With a machine width of 2.5 metres, the crane can be easily manoeuvred, even on congested job sites with narrow or confined areas. Manoeuvrability is also enhanced by having four steering options. The TRT 35 is equipped with a Cummins 4-cylinder engine, bringing high power and optimized consumption, thanks also to the Eco Mode function. The TRT 35 is compatible with Cummins QSB4.5 Stage IIIA – Tier 3, Cummins QSB4.5 Stage 5 – Tier 4F to meet different regional needs.

Adding to its versatility, the TRT 35 has Powershift (permanent four-wheel drive) with two modes to satisfy operators driving style: manual mode with three speeds forward and three speeds reverse, and automatic mode with five speeds forward and three speeds reverse.

Terex T-Link telematics, which provides customers with real time information on the performance of their crane comes as standard on the TRT 35, along with LED lights.

Further options available include; lattice type jib, side stowable (8m), radio remote controller, auxiliary winch with same performance of the standard winch, outrigger control from the carrier, anemometer and cameras that are embedded within the 10-inch touchscreen display (so that the operator can watch directly from the TEOS display).

Speaking on the GIS show, Stefania D’Apoli said, “It was fantastic to be back at a show, welcome customers to our stand and showcase the capability of our equipment and discuss our latest innovations. We were delighted by how well the TRT 35 was received and we look forward to building on the connections made at GIS and discussing how our lifting solutions can meet their specific needs.”

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