The TV620B Case compact track loader is the company’s largest with a rated operating capacity (ROC) of 6,200 pounds at 50 percent tipping load. Operating weight is 16,100 pounds, and it is powered by a 114-horsepower diesel engine.
Bucket breakout force is 12,084 pounds, and the Case CTL has 74 inches of track length on the ground. A heavy-duty undercarriage and heavy-duty 17.7-inch rubber tracks that allow for 6.1 psi of ground disturbance.
Standard features include adjustable electro-hydraulic controls, high-flow hydraulics, auto ride control, one-way self-leveling, a hydraulic coupler, an auto-reversing fan, LED lights and a one-year subscription to CASE SiteWatch telematics. The standard bucket holds 1.25 cubic yards.
Technology on Case TV620B
Technology features on the TV620B CTL include the SiteConnect Module, remote connectivity, and software updates through the SiteManager App, as well as connectivity to the Case Uptime Center for collaborative fleet management between Case, the local Case dealer, and the equipment owner.
“[W]e’re focused on delivering extreme power and performance matched with intuitive technologies that simplify owning and operating,” said George MacIntyre, product manager.
The compact track loader included B series features such as a redesigned operator interface, 360-degree visibility, and an 8-inch LCD multi-function display. A rearview camera view is visible in a split screen display with machine data.
The TV620B offers a selection of buckets, including an industry-exclusive heavy-duty 84-inch 1.25 cubic- yard bucket with SmartFit teeth, and is specifically designed for use with other heavy-duty attachments such as mulching heads, cold planers and the all-new CASE grading blade. CASE will be releasing additional heavy-duty attachments designed specifically for use with the TV620B, and has enhanced the hydraulic cooling capacity of the machine to support use of such heavy-duty, high-capacity attachments.
B series controls come standard with adjustable electro-hydraulic controls. Operators can set responsiveness to low, moderate, or aggressive; independently set tilt, lift, and drive speed; and adjust loader arm and drive control to best meet the demands of the work. “Creep Speed” allows the operator to set machine speed at a consistent/slow “creep” while independently setting attachment speed via the throttle for optimal use of attachments such as cold planers and brooms.
“Hydraulic on demand” performance allows the operator to select the percentage of auxiliary hydraulic flow to the attachment via the machine’s multi-function display. This allows the operator to dial in attachment performance to their preference or the recommendation of the attachment manufacturer.
Debris buildup in the engine compartment is mitigated with a standard hydraulic auto-reversing fan. The operator can set how often the fan runs, and for what duration, within the cab display.
Case produced a walk-around video below.
Case TV620B Specs
Operating weight: 16,100 lb.
- Power: 114 hp
- Rated operating capacity, 50 percent tipping load: 6,200 lb.
- Hinge pin height: 140.2 inches
- Bucket breakout force: 12,907 lb.