Hydrostatic Site Dumpers


January 19, 2012 - Equipment

<p>Site dumpers such as the Terex TA3 can be used in upkeep of public properties such as parks, golf courses and cemeteries.</p>

Designed with narrower dimensions and a tighter turning radius, the new Terex TA2H, TA2SH, TA3H and TA3SH site dumpers have enhanced maneuverability to work efficiently in tight places. Terex site dumpers are perfectly matched to the bucket capacity of a mini excavator and are ideally suited for congested job sites.

The new hydrostatic transmissions on these Terex dumpers drive through a new drop box and axles, providing smooth, clutch-less operation. Additionally, operators can now select the dumpers' directional drive through the steering column-mounted lever for ease of use. 

TA2SH                4,410 lb (2,000 kg) capacity        swivel tip - hydrostatic transmission
TA3H                      6,610 lb (3,000 kg) capacity   forward tip - hydrostatic transmission
TA3H                       6,610 lb (3,000 kg) capacity  forward tip - hydrostatic transmission
TA3SH                     6,610 lb (3,000 kg) capacity   swivel tip - hydrostatic transmission


The new TA2H and TA2SH both use a proven drivetrain combined with a 32.6-hp EPA interim Tier 4-compliant Kubota water-cooled diesel engine and boast a 1. 57 yd³ heaped skip capacity.

The TA3H and TA3SH models are equipped with a 43.2-hp water-cooled diesel engine. The TA3H boasts a 2.55 yd3 heaped skip capacity, and the TA3SH claims a 2.45 yd3 heaped skip capacity.

Designed with the operator in mind, Terex hydrostatic dumpers come standard with a gas strut-operated folding ROPS frame for simple operation and a plastic leg guard to protect drivers from jobsite debris. All Terex dumpers incorporate easy access to the operator's position from either side of the unit. Also, Terex dumpers are designed to give operators easy access to the engine compartment.

These hydrostatic dumper models are additions to the existing line of Terex manual transmission dumpers.

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