Terramac debuts compact RT7R crawler service with 360-degree rotation

Terramac’s new RT7R crawler service is designed for tight areas when the payload of a bigger service isn’t wanted.

It’s additionally small and lightweight sufficient at 24,080 kilos to be hauled on a tag trailer behind a line truck, the corporate says.

The RT7R options 360-degree upper-frame rotation and a payload of 14,000 kilos. It runs on a 165-horsepower Cummins engine that’s Tier 4 Last and likewise meets European Stage V emissions requirements. It could journey as much as 6.7 mph.

The service is designed to cut back land injury, with 5.5 kilos per sq. inch of floor stress at full load and a footprint of 17 ft 3 inches by eight ft 1 inch. Terramac says it may additionally climb quick on rugged terrain.

The service is geared to such situations as railroad observe right-of-way entry, rivers and levees, normal earthmoving, web site prep and utility jobsites. The heavy-duty rock mattress can deal with filth, brush and rugged supplies comparable to rip rap.

The ROPS/FOPS cab has a large entry door and home windows on all sides. Upkeep was made simpler with a number of entry for service factors.

Terramac says it plans to start manufacturing of the RT7R within the coming months.

Terramac RT7R carrier crawler