IAA 2016 innovations: The tried-and-tested engine design of the MAN TGM for building site and heavy-duty application is being updated. The new engine software, coolant and oil-level sensors as well as the sensor-controlled fan speed regulator make the MAN D08 engine even more reliable. The six-cylinder version with 340 HP also features an improved intercooler. It significantly reduces the thermal load on the cooling components and thus prevents premature wear.
It is the benchmark in medium heavy-duty transport. With tonnages between 13 and 26 tonnes and a first-class payload, the new MAN TGM provides economic transport solutions in construction industries.
With the redesigned, high-torque Euro 6 engines from 184 kW (250 HP) to 251 kW (340 HP) and axle configurations of 4x4 to 6x4, the new MAN TGM brings a high payload and efficient transport performance to the road and the building site. C and L cabs are available in addition to the crew cab.
There are various details that tip the balance in favour of the new MAN TGM. The main one is the impressive torque curve of the modern Euro 6 Common Rail engines with exhaust-gas recirculation and diesel particle filter. This enables you to drive economically and with the minimum number of gear shifts, which in turn results in excellent consumption properties thanks to the perfectly coordinated technical features. The frame design also guarantees maximum economy, thanks to its high stability and loading capacity, while at the same time being extremely lightweight.
Even though the new MAN TGM is less heavy, it can still pull its weight. The 18 tonner in the MAN TGM series has an extremely low unladen weight and has the best payload in its class. The 13 and 18 tonners are always the first choice for heavy-duty transport. Thanks to their all-wheel drive and air suspension on the rear axle, they are extremely versatile and easy to manoeuvre. For ultimate power and endurance, the 22 and 26 tonners from the MAN TGM series are the obvious choice.
The MAN TGM is characterised by its body-mounting capability. The sophisticated frame concept has a consistently even top frame edge and a practical hole pattern. This means that superstructures can be mounted on the chassis quickly, easily and cost-effectively, without the need to drill holes and compromise corrosion protection. What's more, thanks to MAN Tronic (the electronics structure based on CAN bus technology) and the interface for external data exchange (KSM), the MAN TGM is equipped for a vast range of vehicle and superstructure functions.
The MAN TGM series can be used for a wide range of jobs on the building site. It can be configured as an easy-to-manoeuvre three-way tipper, loading crane or skip loader, as a solo vehicle for building sites or as a transport mixer. The MAN TGM is the perfect all-rounder for the most diverse requirements.