The Terex Hi-Ranger TM100 non-overcenter, telescoping material handling aerial device boasts a series of improvements that add to its reliability and overall productivity. Physical updates include decreased travel height and lower overall weight to support installation on standard factory trucks, including a 6×6 chassis. Other enhancements include new outriggers and sub-frame configuration that reduces the vehicle’s weight and allows for increased payload capacity.
With an overall height of 13 ft, length of 38 ft 4 in and a gross vehicle weight of rating of 52,000 lb, the TM100 aerial device is designed to achieve 90-degrees of lower boom articulation, 100-ft of working height and 51-ft of side reach. It also boasts a 95-ft bottom of platform height. Other features on the TM100 include an end-mounted, two-person, D-shaped, 800-lb capacity working platform, pilot-operated hydraulic controls that provide a smooth “feel and feather-ability” to control boom functions and rigid tower sections that allow controlled boom movement and reduce sway.
On the TM100 aerial device, operators can easily access the platform from the ground, and the robust outrigger configuration offers a solid foundation for operation. Other standard features on the TM100 include a control-plus, 4-function single joystick control at the platform, continuous unrestricted planetary rotation, 78-degrees of elevation above horizontal, 168-degrees of upper boom articulation and a closed-center, load-sensing hydraulic system. The TM100 has a Category “C” rating per ANSI A92.2.