Three new telescopic crawlers

24 April 2008

Terex Bendini has announced plans for three new telescopic crawler cranes to be launched this year.

Going into full production in May is the TCC 45, which was first unveiled at the SAIE exhibition in Bologna last October. Later in the year, that will be followed by the TCC 40 and the TCC 60.

The TCC 45 weighs 41 tons and has a maximum lifting capacity of 48 tons. Maximum boom length is 127 feet. Terex Bendini says that maximum capacity is achieved without using any other machines to assemble the crane.

The TCC 40 lifts 44 tons and has a maximum main boom length of 90 feet. Like the TCC 45, it is aimed at customers in the petrochemical industry in booming regions like the Middle East.

The TCC 60 will replace the Bendini A 600C in the company's product line. It has a newly designed superstructure with the cab mounted on the left to provide the operator with a better view of the load. The crane is powered by a 164 kW Cummins engine.

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