Case Construction Equipment has introduced the CX75C SR and CX80C, Tier 4-Final mid-size crawler excavators.
Case Construction Equipment has introduced the CX75C SR and CX80C, Tier 4-Final mid-sized crawler excavators.
The Tier 4-Final emissions standards have been met through the use of cooled EGR combined with a DOC system. There is no DPF, which means there is no need for active filter regeneration.
The short radius CX75 SR and the conventional CX80C have completely redesigned cabs, with increased interior space some 7 percent wider than the previous models. A larger glass area also improves visibility to the front of the machine. Rear visibility has been improved with the option of a rear view camera. In addition, the new units now have the same full-color monitor as larger excavators from the Case CX C Series. Case says the CX75C SR and CX80C develop 9 percent more hydraulic power than their predecessors. Cycle times are also reduced and digging force improved, up by 3 percent, according to Case. In order to maximize uptime, the new machines feature a larger fuel tank that can be filled with the optional electric refueling pump.
Customers will have a choice of three boom systems, (mono-boom, swing-boom and offset-boom), four auxiliary hydraulic control systems (either hand- or foot-controlled), three track options (rubber or steel shoes), and two dipper-stick lengths.
A line of six heavy- and light-duty sectional snow pushers is compatible with both current and older model wheel loaders, skid steers, CTLs, and backhoes.
The 4-in-1 Systemgard Fluid Analysis Kit is a preventive maintenance tool that the company says provides a picture of fluid and internal system conditions without users having to dissemble the machine.