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Terramac Introduces 360-Degree Rotating RT14R Crawler Carrier

Elburn, IL Terramac, a leading manufacturer of innovative rubber track crawler carriers, is pleased to announce the launch of its newest model, the RT14R. Equipped with unique rotational functionality, the RT14R allows operators to offload materials in a more efficient, precise and safe manner than ever before.

Manufactured in the USA, the RT14R is made entirely of premium components. Built with a rugged upper frame that rotates a full 360 degrees, the Terramac RT14R can carry and dump up to 28,000-lb. of material at any position, even while driving. This feature allows the RT14R to offload materials faster than a standard straight frame unit since the tracks don’t need to be counter rotated to drive another direction. Environmental damage and land restoration costs are also minimized as the RT14R dumps material without tearing up the surrounding ground.

The 40,000-lb. machine is powered by a QSL9.0 320-hp Tier 4 Final Cummins diesel engine (non DPF), boosting jobsite productivity while remaining highly fuel efficient, regardless of the application. In addition, the new unit showcases Terramac’s rubber track technology; a minimal 7.9-psi ground pressure while fully-loaded allows it to conquer soft or wet ground conditions and mountainous terrain where wheeled machines are likely to create ruts and get stuck. Low ground pressure and rotating functionality make the RT14R ideal for work in confined spaces and environmentally sensitive areas, such as: railroad track right of way access, rivers and levees, as well as general earthmoving, site prep and utility jobsites.

“The RT14R is a natural evolution of Terramac’s product line and we are excited to bring it to the market,” says Andrew Konopka, President of Terramac. “This new model provides contractors with a solution to tackle a range of applications while improving efficiency and cost savings.”

When it comes to safety and comfort, the Terramac RT14R is second to none. The innovative RT14R enhances jobsite safety by eliminating the amount of time an operator spends reversing a unit. This model offers rollover protective structure (ROPS) and falling object protective structure (FOPS). Terramac’s new RT14R is also ergonomically designed with upgraded features, including: a wide access door for easy entry and exit, windows on all sides and a large mirror for increased visibility. A multi-function joystick with dump controls provides user-friendly operation and a touch screen Parker IQAN-MD4 control system allows for full graphical, diagnostic and controller area network (CAN J-1939) gateway capability.

Furthermore, maintenance on the new RT14R is easy and cost effective. Track wear is significantly less as the upper structure can spin, resulting in reduced downtime and expenses for repairs. Additionally, a tilt hood on top of the engine enclosure provides access to the engine bay and a rear cab enclosure for fluid/filter checks makes routine maintenance quick and simple.

Terramac is committed to providing the best full service and parts availability in the industry. Terramac customers enjoy access to greater parts availability as well as timely and accurate delivery through Terramac’s full-line dealer network, dedicated support team, and convenient online ordering system.

Terramac LLC, based in Elburn, IL, was established to produce the world’s leading crawler carrier models. Units are sold through a dealer network which offers customers easy-to-locate parts and service throughout the world. To learn more, please visit or call 630-365-4800.


Terramac RT14R crawler carrier
The new Terramac RT14R crawler carrier is equipped with a rotating upper frame to provide increased operator safety and visibility.


The new Terramac RT14R crawler carrier is equipped with a rotating upper frame to provide superior productivity and reduced cycle times.

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Terramac Introduces 360-Degree Rotating RT14R Crawler Carrier

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