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.
The D65Pxi-18 crawler dozer incorporates Komatsu’s intelligent machine control technology and a Tier 4-Final, 217-horsepower SAS6D114E-6 engine.
Komatsu’s 264-horsepower D85-18 crawler dozer, aimed at large construction operations and small mining customers, features a Komatsu SAA6D125E-7 variable geometry, turbocharged and aftercooled Tier 4-Final-certified engine that the company says burns up to 5 percent less fuel.
Case is now offering a 12,000-watt generator and 3-in-1 compressor/generator/welder online and through its dealer network.
The SC-30, SC-60, SC-80, SC-110, and SC-220 plate compactors run on unidirectional hydraulics.