Terex Cranes to showcase two new cranes at ConExpo 2020

Terex TRT 80 US Rough Terrain

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After the “separation” with Demag cranes, Terex Cranes are now focusing on its own line of products range for the North American market. A rough-terrain and tower crane will make its appearance at ConExpo 2020.

New 80 US ton Rough Terrain

Terex Trt80us Inside Cabin

The new Terex rough-terrain TRT 80US is an 80 USt max capacity crane with a main boom length of 138 feet (42.1 m) and a compact design that improves manoeuvrability on crowded job sites and in confined spaces. It features four steering modes and three telescoping boom modes, ensuring you always have the right set-up. There are also two jib configurations of 26 and 46 feet (8 and 15 m).

CTT 472-20 with New T-Torque Slewing Technology

Terex’s other offering, the CTT 472-20, features new Terex T-Torque slewing technology. The dynamic system is fully customizable and will help the crane operators find the best fit for their driving style, from smooth movements to very prompt reactions. 

The crane also comes with the added bonus of a fully adjustable comfort seat and joystick controls, as well as built-in heating and air conditioning to maintain consistent cabin temperatures. 

Delivering increased job site versatility, the crane can be configured with TS212, HD23 and H20 masts (respectively 7.78-, 7.48- and 6.40-foot /2.37-, 2.28- and 1.95-m widths), so customers can efficiently manage component inventory while cost-effectively meeting tower height needs. 

Offering an extended variety of options, the CTT 472-20 flat-top tower crane gives customers 11 different jib configurations from 30 to 80 m (98 to 262 feet) to meet varying job site needs. 

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