The largest compact track loaders in the Terex line are the 11,400-pound PT-100G and PT-100G Forestry.
The largest compact track loaders in the Terex line are the 11,400-pound PT-100G and PT-100G Forestry. Improvements include a 14.6 percent increase in tractive effort in low gear, 32 percent increase in horsepower to attachments, and 13 percent more bucket breakout force. Machines are claimed to have a class-leading 99.9-horsepower engine and 310 lb.-ft. of torque. They feature Posi-Track undercarriage technology, with low ground pressure of 4.0 psi. Rubber tracks come standard; Turf tracks are optional.
JCB has developed the 325T ForestMaster, a compact track loader designed specifically to deal with the working conditions found in the forestry, timber and land-clearing industries.
Staying true to its legacy as an early adopter of SCR technology, Case Construction Equipment has introduced two Tier 4-Final skid steers (SR270 and SV300) and two Tier 4-Final compact track loaders (TR340, TV380) that use SCR to achieve T4F, as well as two skid steers (SR240, SV280) that use a particulate matter catalyst solution (no DPF) to meet regulations.
Weighing in at 3,800 and 6,450 pounds, respectively, the new Terex TC16 and TC29 compact excavators have rated digging depths of 7 feet 3 inches and 9 feet 10 inches.
Two new Terex Generation 2 (GEN2) skid steer loader models—the radial-lift R260S and vertical-lift V350S—have respective rated operating capacities of 2,600 and 3,500 pounds