Japan-based Terex Corporation is a world leading company in the manufacturing of equipment for the construction, transport and industrial material handling industries. It manufactures construction, transportation and industrial lifting equipment like cranes, aerial work platforms, boom trucks, container handlers and others. Among its product offer are three Komatsu PC360LC-11 SLF excavators.
Komatsu PC360LC-11 SLF Excavators Among Terex’s Product Offer
Komatsu PC360LC-11 SLF Excavators Among Terex’s Product Offer
Komatsu PC360LC-11 and PC390LC-11 hydraulic excavators are now among the product line of Terex’s Construction Equipment Americas LLC (Terex CE). Komatsu America Corp. has partnered with Terex to provide distribution, sales and aftermarket support for the two models in North America, says Komatsu.
The company adds that each model comes standard with a Tier 4 Final engine and KOMTRAX technology. The PC360LC-11 is rated at 260 hp and features a bucket breakout force of 32,002 lb.-ft., while the PC390LC-11 is rated at 305 hp and features a bucket breakout force of 35,908 lb.-ft.
This partnership fits perfectly with Terex CE’s strategy to develop our product portfolio with new and complementary machines like the new Komatsu excavators, said Tom Shanahan, vice president of sales and marketing for Terex CE. We have been evaluating this opportunity for some time as we feel it will benefit our customers by allowing them to purchase more products through their local Terex dealer.
In addition to its dealer network, Komatsu says its.
Komatsu PC360LC-11-The 180,000-lb. class PC360LC-11 Hydraulic Excavator joins the Komatsu lineup of large excavators designed for heavy-duty applications.
The 180,000-lb. class PC360LC-11 Hydraulic Excavator joins the Komatsu lineup of large excavators designed for heavy-duty applications. The excavator provides excellent stability and digging force, with a robust undercarriage and lower structure to handle the rigors of heavy duty applications.
The PC360LC-11 is powered by a Tier 4 Final certified Komatsu engine that meets U.S. EPA regulations while delivering low fuel consumption and reduced maintenance costs when compared to its predecessor. A new vertical lift design boom offers maximum reach and lift capability over the side of the machine for increased production in mining applications and other specialized jobs requiring extra reach.
A combination of grade sensing technologies is available for the PC360LC-11 that are designed to enhance productivity, efficiency and accuracy on challenging jobsites.
KomatsuCare comes standard with every machine for factory scheduled maintenance, multi-point inspections and more backed by Komatsu trained technicians using genuine Komatsu parts at our authorized locations throughout North America.
Komatsu PC360LC-11-Terex’s Machines Feature Intuitive Interfaces
Terex’s Machines Feature Intuitive Interfaces
Terex, which manufactures heavy machinery for construction, mining, materials handling and a range of other industrial applications, has introduced the new Terex® PowerROC D55 drill rig from its Surface Drill division. The new model is designed to deliver reliable yet flexible drilling performance in quarries, aggregate operations and civil engineering works. Its cabin design offers optimal visibility of the drill rig and the area around it, without compromising on operator comfort.
The Terex PowerROC D55 will be available in two configurations, a base model and a deluxe version with extended features. The drill rig’s cabin is ergonomically designed for operator comfort and productivity. The operator seat swivels and adjusts for height as well as forward/backward position. A large number of instruments can be found on the control panel in front of the operator seat.
A 7-inch touchscreen display with an intuitive user interface provides easy access to all instruments and functions and allows operators to monitor important parameters such as engine temperature, fuel level and oil pressure at all times. The display also features a digital clock and calendar, as well as a machine tracking system that shows the drill rig’s position on a map at all times via GPS.
Komatsu PC360LC-11-Liebherr’s Four-Piece Crawler Crane Lineup
When your heavy-lift jobs demand the most flexibility, these are the machines of choice. Liebherr’s four-piece crawler crane lineup is designed for maximum versatility in a wide variety of applications.
The LR 11350 and LR 1350/1 crawler cranes share a common cab design and feature Liebherr’s VarioBase, which allows the operator to adjust the outrigger position while the machine is in operation. The LR 11350 has a 350-ton capacity, while the LR 1300 has a 315-ton capacity (1,000 metric ton). The smaller LR 1100 has a 280-ton capacity. All three units have a maximum boom length of 197 feet (60 meters) and come with an optional luffing fly jib that extends to 330 feet (100 meters).
Zoomlion Unveils First All-Terrain Crane in North America
Zoomlion Heavy Industry Science & Technology Co., Ltd. (Zoomlion), a Changsha, China-based international heavy machinery manufacturer, unveiled its first all-terrain crane in North America, the ZAT1000A, at Bauma 2019 in Munich, Germany.
The ZAT1000A is a four-axle, all-terrain crane with a maximum lifting capacity of 100 tons and a maximum boom length of 164 ft. The crane has a self-erecting boom design and can be driven at full load, with the ability to travel on public roads without an escort.
“We look forward to continuing to develop our product lines to meet our customers’ needs,” said Zoomlion Chairman Zhan Chunxin. “The ZAT1000A expands our product offerings and strengthens our position as a leading manufacturer of heavy machinery.”
Terex and Komatsu have teamed up to offer a wide range of excavators on the market today
Terex and Komatsu have teamed up to offer a wide range of excavators on the market today. This is the first time the two companies have collaborated on a product, and Komatsu is hoping it will be successful. The new compact excavator line includes four models, all of which are based on the same platform.
The new excavators are Terex’s first foray into the compact excavator market. The company is known for its large construction equipment, such as its backhoes, bulldozers, and cranes. The new excavators will be sold under both Terex and Komatsu’s brands, with Terex being the primary name.
The line starts with the TC16M mini excavator, which has an operating weight of 5,800 pounds. It can dig down to a depth of 7 feet 11 inches and has a maximum vertical wall digging depth of 4 feet 9 inches. It comes standard with a canopy roof and can be equipped with either tracks or tires.
The second model in the line is the TC16L mini excavator, which has an operating weight of 6,000 pounds. It can dig down to a depth of 8 feet 9 inches and has a maximum vertical wall digging depth of 5 feet 3 inches.