Case intends to adapt its hydrostatic 650L crawler dozer to residential and confined commercial work sites by retaining its 74 horsepower in a scaled-down package.
Case intends to adapt its hydrostatic 650L crawler dozer to residential and confined commercial work sites by retaining the power in a scaled-down package. At 74 horsepower, its Tier-3-certified Case engine is within one horse of the K Model, but the 17,550-pound LGP weighs nearly 2,000 pounds less. Overall height and length are both about 5 inches less than the K, and the standard blade is slightly smaller (4 inches narrower, and nearly 3 inches shorter). About 4 inches less track length on the ground makes turns easier.
Upgraded with the Tier 4-Final Cat C4.4 ACERT engine, the D3K2, D4K2 and D5K2 dozers are rated at 80, 92 and 104 horsepower, respectively.
The 1050K crawler dozer has a base weight around 95,000 pounds and a 350-horsepower PowerTech Tier 4-Final diesel.
The 580N EP backhoe loader is positioned as an “efficient power” (EP) version of the 580N.
Staying true to its legacy as an early adopter of SCR technology, Case Construction Equipment has introduced two Tier 4-Final skid steers (SR270 and SV300) and two Tier 4-Final compact track loaders (TR340, TV380) that use SCR to achieve T4F, as well as two skid steers (SR240, SV280) that use a particulate matter catalyst solution (no DPF) to meet regulations.