Terex broadens hydraulic line.Terex Corp.'s Terex Construction Americas division, Southaven, Miss., has reached a joint marketing arrangement with South Korea's Daewoo Heavy Industries to offer a line of Terex-branded hydraulic excavators and wheel loaders.
The company says the additional products will "naturally complement" its other products on many infrastructure and site preparation projects.
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TXC Transmit External Clock (Cisco) Series, capabilities and features include "powerful, quiet, fuel-efficient turbocharged diesel engines that maximize power output and utilization; e-POS System using variable displacement Variable displacement is an automobile engine technology that allows the engine displacement to change, by deactivating cylinders, for improved fuel economy. The technology is primarily used in large, multi-cylinder engines. piston pumps to ensure high efficiency and lower fuel consumption; and exceptional bucket breakout and radial radial /ra·di·al/ (ra´de-al)
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The six new Terexwheel loaders have operating weights ranging from 18,960 pounds to 64,000 pounds and bucket sizes from 2.1 to 8.3 cubic yards. Features and benefits include "excellent attachment breakout forces and lift capacities capable of sustaining digging and loading under severe conditions; turbocharged/inter-cooled diesel engines that enhance productivity and reduce fuel consumption; and exceptional view front and rear ROPS/FOPS cabs to maximize bucket corner and maneuver zone visibility," according to according to
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