TA6 Site Dumper


April 13, 2015 - Equipment

Designed as dedicated dump and haul vehicles, Terex 6-ton site dumpers offer users the ability to efficiently move jobsite materials around project sites. Featuring Tier 4 Final 74-hp JCB EcoMAX turbo-charged diesel engines with hydrostatic transmissions, the Terex TA6 and TA6s site dumpers boast a 13,229-lb. payload capacity (a 4.9 yd3 heaped capacity on the TA6 and a 4.6 yd3 heaped capacity on the TA6s) and 16.3 mph travel speeds. And by adjusting the power band on these dumper units, operators can achieve the performance they need to get the job done without complex exhaust after-treatment systems.

The Terex TA6 model is a forward-tip discharge site dumper — this set-up features a forward tipping mechanism that is designed to accurately place high volumes of jobsite materials. The Terex TA6s unit is a swivel-tip site dumper, which offers operators the ability to tip the skip forward or through 90° to place the load to either side of the machine. These site dumpers can move a diverse range of jobsite materials, including dirt, clay, sand, gravel, spread fill, asphalt, rubbish, rubble, lumber, ashes, coal, slag, turf and fertilizer.

With 295 lbf-ft of torque, 15.2 in. of ground clearance and 25% gradeability on slopes and side hills, these site dumpers can be used on both big and small projects, including utility, landscaping, golf course, nursery, and cemetery. Terex site dumpers can be easily matched with skid steers or wheel loaders, as well as loader backhoes or excavators, to quickly load jobsite materials for transfer.

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