Terex says it has updated its Hi-Ranger TM100 aerial and General 80 digger derrick.
The company says its TM100 telescoping, non-overcenter, material handling aerial is now lighter with a decreased travel height to support installation on standard factory trucks, including 6 x 6 chassis. Weight savings come from new outriggers and revised sub-frame configuration that also allows for increased payload capacity, the company adds.
The TM100 stands 13 feet tall and nearly 38-and-a-half feet long with a gross vehicle weight of rating of 52,000 pounds. The company says the unit is designed to achieve 90 degrees of lower boom articulation, 100 feet working height and 51 feet side reach with a 95-foot bottom-of-platform height. It also features an end-mounted, two-person, D-shaped, 800-pound-capacity working platform.
The General 80 digger derrick update includes a 79.9-foot sheave height, a 26,600-pound lift capacity at the 10-foot, fully retracted radius, a 1,840 pound lift capacity at 0 degrees fully extended and a 36.4-foot digging reach.
Other enhancements include boom extension rollers, a digger hanger shaft, a load moment limiter and a hydraulic, interlocking tilt pole guide.