The WX210 Industry is a wheeled material handling solution specifically designed for the scrap metal and recycling industries. Based on the successful WX210 wheeled excavator, the WX210 Industry is available with a choice of 2.5m hydraulically raised deluxe cab, or two fixed height cab settings that offer an increase of 800mm or 1,300mm over the standard machine.
Customers can opt for a standard undercarriage width of 2.5m, or an optional heavy duty undercarriage with a 2.75m width. This provides maximum stability at full reach in all working positions. The machine is equipped with a 6.8m straight boom and a choice of 3.8m or 5.2m dipper arms, providing a maximum reach of 11.8m and a maximum pin height of 13m.
Powered by a six cylinder, 5.9 litre engine, the WX210 offers 173hp (129kW) of power. An intelligent electronic control and monitoring system ensures 100% efficient utilisation of the three hydraulic pumps, preventing overload and maximizing performance.
The 821F is one of a host of new models launched by Case this year. Powered by a Tier 4 Interim compliant 6.7 litre engine, the loader has 227hp (168kW) of power available. A four-mode power control system allows the operator to choose the ideal output for each application, to maximize fuel economy and boost productivity, while an optional five-speed automatic transmission with torque lock-up ensures faster acceleration and high travel speeds.
The F Series loader features stronger, faster hydraulics than previous machines and customers can chose between a single servo lever control or an optional two-lever hydraulic control system for high productivity operations. Operators can also opt for the award-winning Case Joystick Steering system. Case F Series loaders are available with standard Z-bar loader arms or XR extra reach booms for high lift loading.
The SR150 is just one model in an expanded line-up of skid steers from Case. The new range includes six radial lift SR boom machines and three vertical lift SV models. All Case skid steers offer unmatched power to weight, with engine ratings of 46-84hp (32-63kW) well above previous machines.
The SR150 offers best-in-class bucket breakout force and exceptional rated operating capacity. Enhanced high flow auxiliary hydraulics are available to power a wide range of specialist waste and recycling industry attachments.
With a 21% longer wheelbase, the Case Power Stance chassis offers maximum stability with increased lifting forces. The new machine features a 25% larger cab than on previous machines, with superior space and comfort for the operator. Customers can choose between standard mechanical drive levers and full electro-hydraulic controls. With the electro-hydraulic set-up the operator can set the control pattern to match their preference, between ISO and SAE configurations.
RWM is held in partnership with the Chartered Institute of Waste Management (CIWM) and provides waste and recycling professionals with an opportunity to find solutions to their individual site requirements. The exhibition provides decision makers in the waste and recycling sectors with an opportunity to see the latest equipment in action.
The Digger Blog will hopefully be able to attend this event and report on it over the coming weeks.