Terex Cranes in Italy has announced three new tower cranes, including the company’s first hydraulic luffer, to broaden its offering. 

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The three new Terex towers together at the 10 October 2019 preview event in Italy.

The manufacturer previewed the cranes at an event held at the factory in Northern Italy on October 10.

154092_terexctlh19212hydrauliclufferimg_3410_11295The Terex CTLH 192-12 hydraulic luffer.

Largest of the three is the 13.2 ton capacity CTLH 192-12 hydraulic luffer, the first of its type from this manufacturer. Maximum jib length is 180 feet, at the end of which capacity is 2.6 tons.

Its out of service radius when parked is 26 feet. It can be mounted on the HD23, TS23, TS21 or H20 tower masts. The hoist winch is 67 kW and the hydraulic luffing mechanism is 30 kW. Features of the control system include Terex Power Plus and Terex Power Match. Easy set up is promised and Terex said it is ready for fitment of anti-collision and zoning systems. It uses the T-Link telematics platform and has the S-Pace cabin.

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The Terex CTT 172-8 flat top. 

The new CTT 172-8 flat top is an 8.8 ton (on four falls of rope) with a maximum jib of 213 feet. The 4.4 ton version on two falls of rope lifts its maximum out to a radius of more than 82 feet. Maximum freestanding height is 213 feet. Compatible tower sections are TS16 – TS21 and the other control system features are as per the hydraulic luffer.

It replaces the CTT 162 with 441 pounds more tip load capacity and the new electronic control systems. Set up is faster and easier, and operating speed can be reduced to increase capacity, Terex said. It has a new cabin and the power match function reduces electricity consumption.

The new CSE 32 self erecting tower lifts 4.85 tons and has a 105 foot jib. Tip load is 1.27 tons and the hook height can be altered between 64.6 and 70.5 feet. Its swing radius is 7.38 feet.

Following final testing, the CTT 172-8 will be available from December 2019, The CTLH 192-12 from January 2020, and the CSE 32 from the second quarter of 2020.