THE NEW TEREX® PT-110G AND PT-110G FORESTRY COMPACT TRACK LOADERS GIVE A POWERFUL PERFORMANCE
| November 29, 2012 |
Terex introduces the first in its new line of Tier 4-interim compliant compact construction equipment with the PT-110G and PT-110G Forestry compact track loaders. Featuring electronic, 4-cyclinder, turbo-powered Perkins Tier 4i diesel engines, the new Terex PT-110G compact track loaders boast 332 ft-lb of peak torque at 1,400 rpm, 45 gpm of hydraulic flow and a two-speed transmission that allows travel speeds up to 10 mph, helping these production loaders achieve peak performance.
Providing the power and productivity to get the job done, the 110-hp PT-110G loader has an operating weight of 11,100 lb, a tipping load of 7,600 lb — with a 3,800 lb operating capacity at 50% tipping load capacity — and a lift height of 125 in. The 111-hp PT-110G Forestry loader has an operating weight of 12,100 lb, a tipping load of 8,600 lb — with a 4,300 lb operating capacity at 50% tipping load capacity — and a lift height of 125 in. These loaders boast powerful productivity with a load-sensing, low-flow auxiliary hydraulics from 0-20 gal/min, high-flow auxiliary hydraulic capability of 45 gal/min @ 3,800 psi and 98.7 hydraulic horsepower. The PT-110G Forestry model meets British Columbia logging standards BC WCB G608.
“The new Terex PT-110G compact track loaders offer operators higher peak engine torque, the highest hydraulic flow and top travel speeds in the large-frame size class,” says Jamie Wright, product manager, Terex Construction. “Ideal for general construction, utility, landscape and vegetation management work, the PT-110G loaders are designed with the same features that have made Terex compact track loaders among the best-selling models in the industry. A few new features include a diesel particulate filter and after-cooled Tier 4i-compliant engine for improved performance, a hydraulic fan cooling system for efficient cooling and more production, as well as an open design for ease of access to all critical components to enhance serviceability.”
For better cooling capabilities at lower engine speeds and better attachment recovery, the cooling system on the Terex PT-110G models is designed with a tilt-out radiator, large-capacity heat exchanger and a hydraulic reversing fan that only draws 10 hp from the engine, gaining more power for operation of the attachment and loader drive system. The quiet-operating, 230-2,600 rpm variable speed fan can push 11,000-14,000 cfm of air and allows operators to trigger it at set intervals to keep the cooling system running at peak performance in the most demanding applications.
Boasting a narrow 6-ft profile, 14.8-in ground clearance and 4.3-psi ground pressure, the Terex PT-110G compact track loaders are designed to work well in limited access areas, as well as on soft or sensitive surfaces, with minimal damage or impact. These units are engineered with the Terex patented Posi-TrackTM undercarriage technology and multi-level suspension and are engineered with 48 contact points on the ground for excellent traction and high flotation in all ground conditions.
The new PT-110G and PT-110G Foresty loaders are designed with front-mounted quick-connect hydraulic fittings and an electronic connector for control of attachments, allowing them to use industry-standard attachments. These models are also equipped with electronic-over-hydraulic, pilot-operated joystick controls and a comfortable operator station for easy operation. A selectable pattern changer from ISO to “H” pattern comes standard on the PT-110G loaders. On models equipped with heat or AC, a pressurized and sealed enclosed cab comes standard.
For excellent serviceability, the PT-110G models feature a 30° tilt-back cooler and ROPS for easy access to the hydraulic system, as well as rear-door, hood and side panel access to the engine compartment.
For more information about the new PT-110G and PT-110G Forestry compact track loaders, or other models of Terex construction equipment, visit www.terexconstruction.com
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