Case Introduces New Pallet Forks, Angle Brooms

November 4, 2010

Case Construction Equipment has introduced new pallet fork and angle broom attachments to increase the productivity and versatility of its skid steers, compact track loaders and wheel loaders.

The new pallet forks are specially designed for use with Case skid steers and compact track loaders. They are particularly useful in a construction, agriculture, landscaping and utility applications.

The new pallet fork assemblies are available with either 48-inch or 42-inch tines. Case offers either size of tines in a choice of Heavy Duty, rated to 5,500 pounds, or Standard, rated to 4,000 pounds. Case pallet forks feature a rugged, reliable frame and outstanding visibility to the tines for safe, easy loading. The frame’s mounting angle assures proper forward tilt for loading and excellent rollback for transporting loads. The design offers ample room between the frame and the cab, providing easy access to and from equipment.

The new line of hydraulic angle brooms increases the utility of Case wheel loaders. Ranging in width from 96 to 120 inches, the angle brooms enable Case wheel loaders to sweep streets and parking lots, clean up jobsites and remove snow from jobsites. Angle broom models are available for Case 521D and E, 621D and E, 721D and E, and 821E wheel loaders.

Equipping a wheel loader with an angle broom for jobsite cleanup can reduce the need for additional support equipment, helping contractors cut operating costs and increase productivity.

The brooms feature durable poly-wire brushes, broom heads that adjust 30 degrees left or right and an integrated nozzle for applications requiring water for dust control. The Case angle brooms attach to the CNH Quick Coupler (JRB-compatible) for wheel loaders. Quick-change hydraulic fittings enable the operator to attach and detach the broom without disrupting hydraulic lines. Dual hydraulic motors power the broom attachment, driven by the loader’s optional third-function auxiliary hydraulic control. A rugged steel frame houses the broom. Broom models are available with either solid or pneumatic tires.