The new PT-75 has 178.5 foot-pounds of peak torque, a tipping load of 6,200 pounds — with a 3,100-pound operating capacity at 50-percent tipping load capacity — and a lift height of 125 inches. It is also equipped with load-sensing, low-flow auxiliary hydraulics from 0 to 17.4 gpm, high-flow auxiliary hydraulic capability of 30 gpm at 3,000 psi.
Available with an optional two-speed hydrostatic-drive system, operators can select low for maximum torque or high for faster travel speeds up to 10.5 mph. The Terex PT-75 comes standard with 18-inch-wide tracks and patented Posi-Track undercarriage technology with multiple levels of suspension that distribute the machine’s 8,972-pound operating weight down to 3.5 psi of ground pressure.
The new PT-75 is designed with front-mounted, quick-connect hydraulic fittings and an electronic connector for control of attachments, enabling it to use industry-standard attachments. www.terex.com/construction