Terex will unveil several new products and showcase recently introduced models at the upcoming ICUEE show in Louisville, Ky., Oct. 4 to 6. Terex designs, engineers and manufactures equipment specifically for the utility industry, including transmission, distribution, forestry, telecom and construction applications. Terex will be exhibiting in booths L312 and L316 at the Kentucky Convention Center.
The new Terex SCM Series, including the SCM48, the SCM50 and the SCM55 overcenter material handling hi-ranger aerial devices, feature the Terex lower boom cylinder design for low travel height and the Tri-Link elbow design for easy maintenance. Boasting working heights from 53 to 60 ft. (16 to 18 m), the SCM Series excel in personnel lift and material handling applications. The Terex HyPower hybrid system is an available option on SCM Series models.
Also to be showcased at ICUEE, the Terex L13i insulated aerial device is ideal for light-duty chassis applications, in the 7,700-lb. (3,492 kg) gross vehicle weight rate range, including trouble truck work and tree trimming in urban areas. With a 41.5-ft. (12.6 m) working height, the L13i is an insulated articulating and telescoping unit.
Terex will highlight its new line of skid steer loaders at ICUEE — vertical lift path and radius lift path — to complement its line of compact equipment. With eight models ranging from 50 to 83 hp (37 to 62 kW), Terex skid steer loaders are designed to be productive due to their high ground clearances and rear angles of departure, high travel speeds, increased fuel capacities, strong tractive effort and mechanical-faced axle seals.
Terex also will display its new recently introduced TLB840 backhoe loader at this show. The TLB840, the ninth generation of backhoe loaders offered by Terex, boasts a powerful 88-hp (65 kW) Perkins engine and is propelled by an optional 4-speed servo power syncro transmission with automatic shifting, delivering fuel efficiency and high tractive effort.
Terex Aerial Work Platforms (AWP)
Terex AWP will feature its new Genie GS-4069 RT at ICUEE. Genie rough terrain scissor lift models, which also include the GS-2669 RT and GS-3369 RT, offer a new industrial design with improved performance. The RT69 family has been enhanced to include increased horsepower by up to 30 percent, increased platform work space and a simplified link stack. The new design enables all three to drive and function at full height.
The new Terex AL4L and AL5L LED light towers also will be showcased at ICUEE. These light towers provide end-users with up to 10 hours of run-time with clean, crisp LED lighting. As battery operated LED units, the light towers eliminate engine noise and emissions. The LED lights provide five times longer bulb life compared to metal-halide lights. Low light pollution and sharp side cut-off reduces road glare to motorists, making the AL4L and AL5L ideal across many applications. Both units offer a 30-ft. (9 m) extended height and when stowed, the AL5L has a height of 69 in. (175 cm) and the AL4L has a height of 67 in. (170 cm).
Terex Materials Processing
Terex will unveil its new Woodsman 750 wood chipper at ICUEE, a mid-size hydraulic feed drum-style chipper with a 37-in. (94 cm) diameter by 24-in. (61 cm) wide cutting drum with two 24-in. (61 cm) wide knife pocket system. The large 16-in. high by 24-in. (40 by 61 m) wide cutting opening is versatile, an optional heavy-duty feed system also is available that opens the cutting system to 18-in. (45.7 cm) high. Diesel power units are available from 99 to 140 hp (73 to 104 kW). At approximately 7,200 lb. (3,266 kg), the Woodsman 750 is ideal for tow-behind chip box trucks. Terex entered the wood chipper business through the recent acquisition of Woodsman LLC, a Michigan-based manufacturer of wood processing equipment.
Terex will feature its recently introduced Crossover 6000 boom truck at ICUEE. Easily configurable for road transport in all 50 states, the Crossover 6000 offers a 110-ft. (33.5 m) maximum boom length and 170-ft. (52 m) maximum system length for lifting performance across all configurations at all lifting radii. Its maximum lifting capacity of 60 tons (54 t) provides efficient, reliable service for long hours on the job site, according to the manufacturer.
Terex also will introduce a new addition to the crossover boom truck product portfolio at the show.
For more information, visit www.terex.com.