Terex has unveiled a new range of tower and Rough Terrain cranes at its
testing site in Polcenigo, close to its tower crane production facility
in Fontanafredda, Italy today.
They include: A new hydraulic luffing jib tower crane, the 12 tonne capacity CTLH 192-12, which offers jib lengths up to 55 metres, with a jib tip capacity of 2.35 tonnes. the new crane can be used with any of the HD23, TS23, TS21 or HD20 towers,
– And the new CTT 172-8 flat top tower crane with eight tonnes maximum
capacity and a maximum jib length of 65 metres at which it can handle
1.71 tonnes on the tip.
The company also unveiled a new self erecting tower crane design,
represented at the event by the 4.4 tonne CSE 32, which can handle 1.05
tonnes at its maximum jib length, and hoist speeds of up to 56 metres a
Although tower cranes are the main highlight of today’s launch, Terex
also showed four new Rough Terrain cranes, the 45 tonne RT 1045 with
31.1 metre main boom and maximum tip height of 33.5 metres, the 70 tonne
RT 1070 with 32.4 metre main boom and 35 metre tip height, the 80 tonne
RT 1080 with 34 metre main boom and 37 metre tip height and the longer
boomed 80 tonne RT 1080L with a 42.1 metre main boom providing a tip
height of 45 metres.
Finally, Terex unveiled its new ‘Tower Cranes Lift,’ an external mounted
rack & pinion operator elevator with a 200kg capacity and a maximum
lift height of 160 metres. It has a maximum lift speed of 40 metres a
minute, and Terex says it is easy to install on any of its tower cranes.