Terex Compact UK to exhibit next-generation portfolio at Bauma 2016

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Terex Compact UK will showcase a number of new additions to its compact equipment portfolio at this year’s Bauma exhibition in Munich, Germany, including a new site dumper – the TA9SP – alongside a new addition to its 2016 backhoe loader portfolio, the TLB830.

The TA9SP provides new swivel tip functionality for a 9-tonne payload class machine as well as showcasing a new powershift transmission, combined with innovative Auto-Shift technology. The model will also highlight a patent pending Stop-Start technology feature, providing new benefits to machine ownership.

A revolutionary addition to the Terex Compact UK backhoe loader range, the TLB830 has been specifically designed with the rental marketplace in mind. Featuring a Tier 4 Final-compliant 56kW Deutz TCD 3.6 L4 engine (EU) and Tier 3 Perkins 1104 T3 70kW variant for South America and Rest of World (RoW), each model comes with synchro transmission, air conditioning and servo excavator controls as standard.

The TLB830 has been engineered to excel in digging, reaching, lifting and loading applications. Husco open loop system hydraulics, with tandem gear pumps delivering 128 l/min maximum flow rate at a maximum of 250 bar, provide reliable operating control. The additional option of bespoke accessory kits enables users to fully customise their machine – tuning spec to meet exact application requirements.

Paul Macpherson, sales and marketing director at Terex Compact UK’s Coventry facility, commented, “We’re looking forward to sharing our latest range of compaction rollers, site dumpers and backhoe loaders with visitors to the event, alongside showcasing a number of new technology and engine updates for 2016.”

Terex Washing Systems, Terex Cranes, Terex Minerals Processing Systems, Terex Aerial Work Platforms and Terex Compact Germany will also be exhibiting at the event.

January 15, 2016

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