Terex produces compact wheeled and tracked excavators, with the former benefitting from ease of transport and manoeuvrability, while the latter can be deployed in areas where the movement of larger models would be restricted. Clever designs, comfortable cabs and long lasting components are all calling cards of this company's excavators. So buying a used model for use in construction, road maintenance and other industries is an effective choice.
The TC10 is the smallest tracked excavator that Terex currently produces, with an operating weight of only 1158kg and a 10hp engine making it a light and efficient machine. It has a boom that can dig to depths of up to 1.62 metres, while the zero tail swing design means that it can shimmy into small spaces and still have room to spin. The footprint of this excavator is only 760mm wide and the operator benefits from a canopy which protects against falling objects but can be folded away when not in use for streamlined movement through door frames and in areas with low ceilings.
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If you are looking for a midi tracked excavator then the Terex TC125 might be suitable, since even with more power and reach it is still a zero tail swing model like the TC10. Advanced hydraulics allow loads of all shapes and sizes to be managed with the same swiftness and safety. And the boom is built with components that reduce friction and minimise wear and tear throughout cycles of usage, allowing it to reduce the expense associated with maintenance. This model has an operating weight of 12,500kg and features a max dig depth of 4.33 metres, while its sturdy tracks ensure that it can cling on to surfaces and scale inclines without the risk of losing traction.
The wheeled excavators from Terex are intended to be less impeded by different operating environments than their tracked equivalents, with the wheels allowing them to move from site to site without being loaded on to a separate vehicle for transport. The smaller of the current wheeled excavator range is the TW70, with an operating weight of 14,990kg and a 70hp engine on board. Various bucket attachments and boom configurations are available, with a max dig depth of 3.9 metres achievable, depending on the setup chosen. In the cab the operator benefits from an extra high backrest as well as a fully heated seat, with air damping reducing bumps and vibrations during use. Owners also have the option to add a rear support blade to this model for finishing.
The TW110 occupies the top slot of Terex's wheeled excavators in terms of size, read, dig depth and bucket capacity. And yet even with impressive vital statistics it is still a compact unit that does not have any unnecessary adornments to get in the way of productivity. With a reach of 8.3 metres and a dig depth of 4.3 metres, it will get the job done quickly. In the cab the driver will be comfortable, composed and in control, as well as able to see well from all angles for enhanced site safety. So a second hand excavator from Terex can happily be added to your wish list, as long as the condition it is in is acceptable for the price.
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