Utility line construction: Wheeled excavators from Terex
Line construction: Terex TW85 and TW110 wheeled excavators offer North American contractors power, productivity and mobility on jobsites where the versatility of a wheeled machine is required.
Southaven, MS -- Construction equipment: Terex® TW85 and TW110 wheeled excavators offer North American contractors power, productivity and mobility on jobsites where the versatility of a wheeled machine is required. As no additional transport equipment is needed to move these units between jobsites, these machines are ideal for urban applications where contractors want dedicated excavators for lifting, digging and laying pipes.
The Tier 4-compliant, 91-hp TW85 wheeled excavator boasts an operating weight of 18,519 lb, a maximum digging depth of 13 ft 5 in, a maximum reach of 24 ft 10 in and bucket capacities from 3.1 to 12.3 ft3. This model is equipped with a cooling system, featuring a reversible fan, to promote lower operating noise levels and reduced fuel consumption.
The 102-hp TW110 wheeled excavator has an operating weight of 24,229 lb, a maximum digging depth of 14 ft 2 in, a maximum reach of 27 ft 3 in and bucket capacities of 5.26 to 16.85 ft3.
Both Terex wheeled excavator models are designed around the operator. With the Terex Fingertip Control, the electric proportional control functions via a roller on the joystick. The short routes on the joystick result in higher precision and operator comfort when working. The dual-circuit hydraulics system with load-independent flow distribution (LUDV) allows all functions to be controlled simultaneously and independently of each other. And, load sensing technology reduces fuel consumption. The system has been sensitively tuned to control all functions at all engine speeds, independently of the load. Travelling up to 12 mph, operators can select between two-wheel or all-wheel steering, matching the machine to specific site conditions.