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Case launch new CX750D excavator

Case CX70D excavator

Latest D-Series machine replaces the outgoing CX700B and CX800B models 

CASE Construction Equipment have launched the new CX750D excavator which, as with all D-Series models, has been designed to provide faster cycle times and to maximize productivity.

The Stage IV Final CX750 is the largest and most powerful model in the Case excavator range to date and was introduced at Steinexpo 2017 in Germany. 


The latest D-Series machine features an electronically controlled hydraulic pump, with larger control and solenoid valves, which boost breakout force, increase lifting strength and improve responsiveness. Case’s intelligent hydraulic system and its four integrated control systems make the best use of the machine’s hydraulic power and momentum, resulting in added power and fuel efficiency.

Operating at 512hp, the CX750D unit is available in standard configuration with a 335kN bucket digging force (with power boost) and mass excavation configuration with a 366kN bucket digging force (power boost). The machine is also equipped with a shorter boom and arm that allows for greater breakout forces and is capable of handling larger buckets for added capacity.

The boom and arm, as well as the undercarriage, are all more robust to handle greater power and productivity, while the bucket/arm cylinders have been made larger to help improve performance. The operator can choose three operation modes – automatic, heavy and speed priority – to provide the optimal and most efficient use of hydraulic and engine power. 

The excavator complies with Stage IV/Tier 4 Final emission standards and utilizes a combination of selective catalytic reduction (SCR) and diesel oxidation catalyst (DOC) technologies, resulting in maximum uptime and lower operating costs.

For increased comfort and safety, the CX750D boasts an improved cab design and offers a fully adjustable workstation with a new high-back seat for optimal support. Standard rear- and side-view cameras feed a 7in widescreen monitor that also provides operators with real-time access to important performance parameters, including fuel consumption, operating hours and machine information.


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