Terex launches the TSV-90, its largest skid steer yet
| October 22, 2013 |
Designed for heavy pick-and-carry and large production loading applications, Terex’s new TSV-90 features a vertical lift path and is powered by an 85-horsepower Tier 4 interim-compliant Cummins turbocharged engine.
The skid steer boasts 3,375 pounds of rated operating capacity and a 131-inch lift height. Tipping load capacity for the unit is 6,750 pounds, with a 5,280-pound bucket breakout force. The machine delivers 8,700 pounds of tractive effort.
Useful for working on slopes and soft terrain, the 9,430-pound TSV-90 has 10.5 inches of ground clearance. Standard mechanical-faced axle seals protect bearings during operation while also reducing maintenance and downtime. A 23-gallon fuel tank ensures long operation.
Load-sensing hydraulics enable the skid steer to conserve power and fuel, yet push, dig and grade in tough conditions when needed. The machine’s hydraulic fan cooling system delivers clean efficient cooling while using less engine horsepower. The open design with a tilt-up ROPS and tilt-up coolers ensure easy serviceability.
Options include a two-speed hydrostatic drive system that enables operators to select low for max torque, or high for travel speeds up to 12 mph. Available attachments include an auger, backhoe, rotary broom, general purpose and light material bucket, snow blade, blower, grinder, trencher and more.