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Terramac Highlights Versatile Crawler Carriers

Mon March 27, 2023 - National Edition
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The RT14R, which has a 14-ton carrying capacity and ground pressure of 8.3-psi leaves a minimal footprint in sensitive terrains and can offload materials at any angle or on the go, according to the manufacturer.
The RT14R, which has a 14-ton carrying capacity and ground pressure of 8.3-psi leaves a minimal footprint in sensitive terrains and can offload materials at any angle or on the go, according to the manufacturer.
The RT14R, which has a 14-ton carrying capacity and ground pressure of 8.3-psi leaves a minimal footprint in sensitive terrains and can offload materials at any angle or on the go, according to the manufacturer. The Terramac RT6 with a debris collection system provides 22,000 CFM of suction to collect loose trash along fence lines or roads.

Terramac, a manufacturer of rubber tracked crawler carriers, featured four of its rubber tracked crawler carrier models at ConExpo. Visitors saw two 360-degree rotating frame units and two of the most recent customized straight frame machines, which show the versatility and utilization of Terramac rubber tracked crawler carriers.

"This year's Terramac exhibit is the largest space we have had at a ConExpo to showcase our crawler carrier models," said Matt Slater, VP, business development of Terramac. "The straight frame and rotating crawler carriers have been put to use in so many different applications. We want attendees to see a few of the many ways a Terramac machine can be outfitted for their specific needs."

On display was a RT7R, which has a 7-ton carrying capacity and a low 5.5-psi ground pressure, and a RT14R, which has a 14-ton carrying capacity and ground pressure of 8.3-psi. Both machines leave a minimal footprint in sensitive terrains and can offload materials at any angle or on the go, according to the manufacturer.

The Terramac RT6 with a debris collection system provides 22,000 CFM of suction to collect loose trash along fence lines or roads. The RT6 is fitted with a skid mount and hooklift so alternative bed types and support equipment that further increase carrier utilization can be easily interchanged.

Also on hand was a RT9U paired with a Versalift 9500 aerial device for improved access and safety while installing and maintaining powerlines.

Terramac's staff was available to answer questions and explore solutions to help customers access challenging job sites with minimal impact on the environment.

"We carefully selected each model on exhibit to demonstrate how a single carrier can be used for very different construction applications across a wide range of industries," said Slater.

"We know the customization possibilities are endless, but it's shows like ConExpo, where we get to present our equipment solutions to the market, that others can see the full scope of our capabilities and our innovation prevail. It's also one of our opportunities to learn of new challenges facing the market so we can continue to deliver products that make the biggest impact."

For more information, visit Terramac.com.




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