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Terex breaks new ground

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Terex Construction has launched a brand new addition to its backhoe loader portfolio - the Terex® TLB830. The new model will be available from distributors worldwide from July 2016.

Versatile, innovative and cost efficient, the TLB830 has been engineered to offer profitable productivity in digging, reaching, lifting and loading applications. Terex Global Product Manager for backhoe loaders, Jon Beckley, said: “This is a crucial addition to the Terex construction range; the TLB830 is an ideal investment for rental companies looking for a low purchase price to drive a high return on investment.”

Coming with two factory options, Cab or ROPS, and with either standard dipper stick or extending dipper stick, the TLB830 features a Tier 4 Final-compliant, 56kW Deutz TCD 3.6 L4 engine (EU) or Tier 3 Perkins 1104 T3 70kW variant for South America and Rest of World (RoW). Each model comes with synchro transmission, air conditioning and servo excavator controls as standard, as well as Husco open loop system hydraulics, with tandem gear pumps delivering 128lpm maximum flow rate at a maximum of 250Bar.

Beckley added: “We’re offering a unique, low cost base specification with optional accessory kits that provide customers with a bespoke, yet affordable machine. Users can fully customise their machine to meet exact application requirements, providing the perfect backhoe solution. By sharing components with its 80-series stable mate, the TLB840, Terex is also able to offer a reliable cost platform.”

Adapted from press release by Joseph Green

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