Terex Construction to Show New Machines, Developments at bauma 2013

More than 20 new and updated machines will be on display, including the new TLB890 backhoe-loader

Terex TLB890 Backhoe-loader
Terex TLB890 Backhoe-loader

Terex Construction will have more than 20 machines on display at Bauma 2013, including the new TLB890 backhoe-loader. Key to the TLB890’s increased productivity levels is its new high-pressure hydraulic system, with an efficient piston pump option and high breakout force on the boom, dipper and bucket services. These design improvements result in greater slew torque, which provides quick backfilling particularly when working on cross slopes. The curved boom design also allows trucks to be positioned closer to the machine for short loading cycles.

The Terex Fuchs MHL350 E material handler with the latest hybrid technology will also be showcased at Bauma, where visitors will see the new developments that make the machine more sustainable and cost efficient.

Also, for the first time, the German-manufactured Terex compact machines will be exhibited with Tier 4i/ Stage IIIB-compliant engines. Visitors to the stand will be able to see the TW85 wheeled excavator and the TL120 wheel loader’s new ergonomically-designed operator interface, which has more electronic functions including new display and control functions. The TL120 has also changed its look to match the family design of the Terex wheel loaders, which now completes the range.

In addition, the TC10 micro excavator, which was launched in 2012, will make its first appearance at Bauma. It offers the ability to access restricted jobsites such as building interiors for demolition work or in crowded landscapes for horticulture work.

Terex Construction will also have its TR60 rigid truck on display. The TR60 has benefitted from some changes, such as a new integrated dashboard which provides more machine feedback capability and production data. The truck also has a new modular rear-brake retardation system that allows the operator to modulate pressure in six stages instead of two, allowing for a controlled, safe descent.