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Terex Updates Compact Excavator Line

Models TC16-2, TC22-2, TC35-2, and TC35R-2 excavators have load-independent flow distribution hydraulics

March 01, 2016

Models TC16-2, TC22-2, TC35-2, and TC35R-2 excavators have load-independent flow distribution hydraulics that transfer power to the attachment as needed. The second auxiliary circuit is operated with electrically proportional control, optional on the TC16-2 and standard on the others.

The TC16-2 and TC22-2 have a cabin with second door on the right. The console can be raised for more space as operators enter and exit the cab. The top-mounted cylinder is protected from damage when loading onto a truck, Terex says, and the Knickmatik cylinder is positions on the left to allow the boom to swing to both sides at full digging depth. Terex Fingertip Control provides additional control for attachments.

The engine hood opens wide for service access, and daily inspections are directly accessible gauge glasses for monitoring fluid levels.

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