The cab elevates to a height of 5.06 metres to give the operator a bird’s eye view. The reversible fan cleans the radiators more effectively, keeping high performance in the dusty conditions typical of many material handling applications.
The CX290D will also become available with goose necked arm and straight boom in the scrap loading version, Case said.
A new safety device prevents interference between the machine and its attachments through sensors placed on the bucket cylinder. Improvements to the pilot circuit reduce front attachment shock at full stroke. This results in a much less shaky cab, better comfort and greater safety around the machine, Case said.