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Case to showcase specialist range for RWM

Company confirms materials-handling equipment line-up at this year’s RWM exhibition

CASE Construction Equipment will be exhibiting machines from their wheel loader and skid-steer loader ranges at next week’s RWM exhibition at the Birmingham NEC from 16–18 September.

The machinery line-up will include: a 721F XR waste-specification wheel loader; a 621F XT waste-handler model, which is designed specifically for working in the waste/recycling management sectors; and an SV185 skid-steer loader.


As one of the most advanced recycling wheel loaders in the Case range, the 721 F benefits from reduced fuel consumption combined with high performance and productivity.

The Case wheel loader range offers up to 15% lower fuel consumption compared with the previous series and is equipped with powerful low-emission Tier 4i engines and selective catalytic reduction (SCR) technology.

The 721F model features a rear-mounted engine with increased bucket payload, which also provides ease of maintenance from ground level. A five-speed transmission and torque converter lock-up help reduce cycle times and fuel consumption, allowing operators to work at lower rev/min and fully utilize the engine’s high torque.

The machine benefits from high levels of traction, thanks to the option of having 100% locking differentials with heavy-duty axle components to ensure long service life.

Also benefitting from impressive traction is the 621F waste handler, which has been designed to offer 50% longer intervals between maintenance and 30% less tyre wear than previous models.

The SV185 unit features a vertical lift arm and is part of Case’s recently upgraded skid-steer loader and compact tracked loader ranges. These machines offer increased engine torque (+7%) and additional hydraulic power (+8%), best-in-class breakout forces, increased productivity and reduced emissions.

Benefitting from environmentally friendly and low-maintenance Tier 4 Final technology, the SV185 provides customers with increased power, efficiency and torque, together with reduced operating costs as no additives or particulate filters are needed to meet Tier 4 Final level.

The power stance chassis rides on a 21% longer wheelbase, for greater stability, and with best-in-class serviceability and superior operator comfort and visibility, these loaders are said to deliver high productivity with maximum utilization.

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