The vertical-lift path Terex TSV-90 skid steer loader offers operators an 85-hp interim Tier 4-compliant Cummins turbocharged engine, 3,375 lbs. of rated operating capacity, and 131 in. of lift height. Built on a chassis that features 10.5 in. of ground clearance and a 25.5-degree angle of departure, the TSV-90 loader is easily able to work on soft, uneven terrain and slopes, the company stated.
The Terex TSV-90 skid steer loader is designed for productivity. The TSV-90 loader has an operating weight of 9,430 lbs., a tipping load capacity of 6,750 lbs., and a bucket breakout force of 5,820 lbs. This skid steer loader has 8,700 lbs. of tractive effort and a 23-gallon fuel tank capacity. The TSV-90 loader also comes standard with mechanical-faced axle seals to protect bearings during operation and reduce maintenance and downtime. It is available with an optional two-speed hydrostatic drive system that allows operators to select low for maximum torque or high for faster travel speeds up to 12 mph.
The Terex TSV-90 skid steer loader is also designed with load-sensing hydraulics to help ensure that fuel and energy are not wasted on surplus hydraulic power, so operators can push material, dig, grade, and drive-through the toughest jobsite conditions, yet conserve power when requirements are less demanding. Equipped with a hydraulic fan cooling system that needs less engine horsepower to run than mechanical systems, the TSV-90 loader offers clean, efficient cooling and increased production, according to the company. Its open design, with tilt-up ROPS and tilt-out coolers, enables operators and service technicians to easily access to all critical components, making daily maintenance checks quick and simple.