The Case CX750D is now the largest excavator in the company’s line. Operating at 512 horsepower, the CX750D is available in standard and “mass excavation” configurations.
The mass excavation configuration features a shorter boom and arm that allow for greater breakout forces and faster cycle times, and is capable of handling larger buckets for added capacity.
The CX750D comes in at 158,300 pounds with 75,090 pounds of digging force (with Power Boost), and the CX750D ME weighs 159,600 pounds and has a 75,090-pound digging force (with Power Boost)
An electronically controlled hydraulic pump and larger control and solenoid valves boost breakout forces, increase lifting strength and improve responsiveness, the company says. These features combine with the Case Intelligent Hydraulic System and its four integrated control systems to make the best use of the machine’s hydraulic power and momentum.
The machine can be operated in one of three operating modes, Automatic, Heavy and Speed Priority, to provide the optimal and most efficient use of hydraulic and engine power.
It also features a larger, more spacious cab than previous Case machines in this size class, and offers a fully adjustable workstation with a new high-back seat for comfort and support. Standard rear- and side-view cameras feed a 7-inch widescreen monitor that also provides operators with real-time access to important performance parameters, including fuel consumption, operating hours, and machine information.
Maintenance and access to the machine are now made easier with wider catwalks and new guardrails for safety, and all filters are grouped in the pump compartment for simplicity. A new standard hydrostatic reversible fan responds to actual cooling demands and reduces power absorption and maintenance.