Case says that the D Series’ new electronically controlled hydraulic pumps and larger main valves boost productivity and improve the machines’ responsiveness.
This results in cycle times up to 12% faster than the previous generation’s.
And fuel efficiency is, on average, 8% better than that of the previous generation of machines, says Case.
The new operators’ cab has a cushioning system to minimise noise and vibration and the controls are all fully adjustable to provide the best possible working environment.
Also on display is an example of the new Case F Series wheeled loaders. Featuring heavy duty axles and a rear-mounted engine that increases bucket payload, the F Series loading shovels are ideal for quarrying, waste handling and heavy construction, according to Case. Joining these machines on the stand is Case’s first ever grader, the C Series. Case says this machine “bristles” with features that ensure optimum controllability, performance and traction.
Case is also unveiling five new models of skidsteer and track loaders at Intermat, as well as the new 570T backhoe loader designed specifically for the requirements of the African and Middle Eastern markets.
This article first appeared in the March 2015 issue of The Construction Index magazine. To read the full magazine online, click here.
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