Terex said the new T 110 offers the longest boom length in its class and has a maximum tip height of

Terex said the new T 110 offers the longest boom length in its class and has a maximum tip height of 247.6 feet with jib.

With the unveiling of the new Terex T 110 telescopic truck crane, Terex plans to be a solid competitor in the 110-ton capacity taxi crane arena in North America. With highway speeds up to 65 mph and a main boom reach of 197 feet, the new model shown at ConExpo is designed for easy transport as well as fast positioning and rigging. Terex said the new T 110 offers the longest boom length in its class and has an available maximum tip height of 247.6 feet with jib.

The Terex T 110 telescopic truck crane features a 505 hp, 1750 ft-lbs DD13 engine, fully automatic transmission and pressure flow compensating hydraulics that provide smooth crane operation while helping to further reduce fuel consumption, the company said. The crane also includes extra low gears for better job site handling and control and the air-ride suspension delivers a smooth ride over rough surfaces to increase operator comfort.

The X-pattern outriggers were designed to provide a stiff lifting platform while reducing the crane’s overall weight. With a base weight of 84,000 pounds (including an operator and full tank of fuel) or loaded weight of 93,000 pounds (carrying 8,000 lbs of counterweight, jib and hook block), the crane is meant to get from job site to jobsite efficiently.

The crane features Terex’s new family carrier cabin, and the upper cabin includes electro-proportional joysticks instead of hydraulic joysticks. The onboard Terex IC-1 control system with intuitive touchscreen control gives the operator access to lift information and load charts. Also, the operator can effortlessly add and remove the unit’s 40,000 pounds up to 46,000 pounds in its heavy configuration, counterweight from behind the controls in the cab.

The crane leverages the Terex Cranes boom design, developed in Germany, and will be built at the Terex manufacturing facility in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma, according to the company.

 With the unveiling of the new Terex T 110 telescopic truck crane, Terex plans to be a solid competitor in the 110-ton capacity taxi crane arena in North America. With highway speeds up to 65 mph and a main boom reach of 197 feet, the new model shown at ConExpo is designed for easy transport as well as fast positioning and rigging. Terex said the new T 110 offers the longest boom length in its class and has an available maximum tip height of 247.6 feet with jib.

The Terex T 110 telescopic truck crane features a 505 hp, 1750 ft-lbs DD13 engine, fully automatic transmission and pressure flow compensating hydraulics that provide smooth crane operation while helping to further reduce fuel consumption, the company said. The crane also includes extra low gears for better job site handling and control and the air-ride suspension delivers a smooth ride over rough surfaces to increase operator comfort.

The X-pattern outriggers were designed to provide a stiff lifting platform while reducing the crane’s overall weight. With a base weight of 84,000 pounds (including an operator and full tank of fuel) or loaded weight of 93,000 pounds (carrying 8,000 lbs of counterweight, jib and hook block), the crane is meant to get from job site to jobsite efficiently.

The crane features Terex’s new family carrier cabin, and the upper cabin includes electro-proportional joysticks instead of hydraulic joysticks. The onboard Terex IC-1 control system with intuitive touchscreen control gives the operator access to lift information and load charts. Also, the operator can effortlessly add and remove the unit’s 40,000 pounds up to 46,000 pounds in its heavy configuration, counterweight from behind the controls in the cab.

The crane leverages the Terex Cranes boom design, developed in Germany, and will be built at the Terex manufacturing facility in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma, according to the company.

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