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TC16 and TC29 Compact Excavators


April 7, 2015 - Products


Terex’s TC16 and TC29 compact excavators can take on a variety of jobs including trenching, ground leveling, back-filling, grading, contouring, loading, and unloading. These models feature the Knickmatik boom system and Terex Fingertip controls and Tier 4 Final Mitsubishi diesel engines.

Weighing in at 3,800 lbs., the TC16 compact excavator offers a dig depth of 7 ft., 3 in. and a maximum reach of 12 ft., 10 in. It has a bucket capacity of up to 3.2 cubic feet. Weighing in at 6,450 lbs., the TC29 compact excavator achieves a maximum dig depth of 9 ft., 10 in. and a maximum reach of 16 ft., 5 in. This unit’s bucket capacity ranges from 1.34 to 3.88 cubic feet. The excavators come equipped with broad rubber tracks that provide excellent traction and low ground pressure — 3.6 psi on the TC16 excavator and 3.9 psi on the TC29 excavator.

Both compact excavators are also equipped with an auto-idling system to help improve fuel economy while lowering engine noise when the excavators are not in use. The Terex excavators’ top-mounted neck cylinders are designed to provide additional clearance for the operator to load large, high-walled trucks and containers while protecting them from damage. 

The excavators are equipped with pilot-operated controls that provide easy operation and changeable control patterns. Fingertip controls on a right joystick and actuation via rollers come standard and provide additional control for work attachments, including buckets, grabs, hydraulic hammers, cutting wheels, and augers.

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