Case introduced new products in the construction and mining segmentCase Construction Equipment has recently launched F series wheel loader and B series motor grader and introduced the upgraded version of 752 vibratory compactor in the Indian market. These new products were displayed at the bC India held at Bandra-Kurla Complex, Mumbai from February 5th-8th.
“Our endeavour is to consistently launch and upgrade our machines, and our customers’ feedback plays a key role in this,” said Anil Bhatia, Director Sales and Marketing, Case India. “Upgradation of the machines is done to ensure the best fuel efficiency in their class, longer life cycle expectancy, and minimal operating costs. The result is our unwavering leadership position. With new launches we eventually wish to become a full-line construction equipment company with emphasis on quality.”
The new F series wheel loader offers Indian customers fast acceleration, performing cycle times, high travel speeds and productivity, together with reduced fuel consumption. The F series loaders are powered by fuel-efficient diesel engines, with improved programmable power modes while the comfortable cab environment reduces operator fatigue, increasing productivity. The Case four-mode programmable power control provides operators with increased flexibility when matching the engine output for each task.
The Case B series motor graders are already successfully sold in the Americas as well as in Africa, the Middle East and Russia where they are acknowledged for their ability to work in all environments guaranteeing high productivity. The new graders feature an FPT industrial 6.7-litre engine with triple horsepower ranges on the 865 B model and dual horsepower on the 845 B to match the power requirements of various applications and deliver optimum fuel efficiency.
Case has designed the B series motor grader line with proven technology to provide superior operator control, visibility and comfort. The controls are positioned within easy reach, and the cab position provides the best view to the blade and other ground-engaging equipment. Consistent with the Case tradition of easy serviceability, the B series motor graders feature a flip-up hood for easy engine compartment access. The machine design also incorporates the Case hallmark ground-level access to daily service checkpoints for quick, efficient maintenance.
The 9-tonne Case 752 vibratory compactor with water cooled engine, which results in a substantial temperature reduction, will benefit customers with the engine’s longer life and lower fuel consumption. The machine layout with the new engine also provides better access to components for servicing, reducing downtime and maintenance costs.
Case leads the vibratory compactors market with proven models such as the newly upgraded tandem compactor 752, the 1107 soil compactor featuring an operating weight of 11.3 tonnes and the 3.2-tonne mini tandem 450 DX.