C-Series excavators, F-Series wheel loaders and a M-Series crawler dozer to form focus of Case stand
AT Plantworx 2015 Case will be exhibiting crawler excavators, midi- and mini-excavators, wheel loaders and skid-steers, as well as a crawler dozer and backhoe loader. All the machines on display will be equipped with the latest emissions-compliant engines and offer high levels of productivity and operator comfort.
A key focus on the company’s stand will be three C-Series crawler excavator models: the 13-tonne CX130C; 21-tonne CX210C; and a non-blade version of the 14-tonne CX145C.
All Case C-Series excavators use clean, efficient Tier 4 Interim diesel engines equipped with cooled exhaust gas recirculation and a diesel particulate filter, so that the engine is capable of meeting emissions regulations without the need for additional diesel exhaust fluids. The machines also offer low engine rev/min, improved hydraulic pump control and five new energy-saving systems, increasing fuel economy by up to 15%.
At the smaller end of the excavator market, Case will be showcasing the latest models in their midi excavator range, the CX75C and CX80C, both of which are powered by Tier 4 Final engines. Also on show will be two models from the company’s B-Series zero-tail-swing mini-excavator range – the CX26B and CX50B.
Designed specifically for use in the waste sector, Case will be displaying three F-Series wheel loaders: the 721FXT; 821F ZB and 621FXR. All three models have Tier 4 Interim-compliant engines that achieve emissions requirements with the use of selective catalytic reduction technology. The machines, say Case, can also be fuelled using up to 20% biodiesel without any loss of performance.
Other products on show will include: the F-Series 221F ZB HS and 321F compact wheel loaders; SR175 and SV185 skid-steer loaders; and M-Series 1650M crawler dozer. Case will also showcase the largest model in their backhoe loader rage, the 590, which features pilot controls as standard for more comfort and increased productivity.