Latest D-Series crawler excavators, F-Series wheel loaders and compact machines to be presented
CASE Construction Equipment and their Scottish dealers Hodge Plant will be presenting a wide range of machines at ScotPlant 2016, which takes place at the Royal Highland Centre, in Ingliston, Edinburgh, from 22–23 April.
Designed for all sectors of the construction, aggregates and recycling industries, more than 24 different models equipped with the latest emissions-compliant engines and fuel-saving technology will be on display.
The heavy range line-up will include: new D-Series crawler excavators (CX130D, CX210D and CX370D); a wheeled excavator; wheel loaders; and the largest Case manufactured dozer. There will also be an extensive range of machines from the compact line, including midi-excavators, backhoe loaders, mini-excavators and skid-steer loaders.
Also on show will be two models from the C-Series excavator range – the CX130C LR and CX145C SR. Equipped with a Tier 4 Interim engine, the machines are said to offer efficiency and fuel-saving benefits thanks to the use of Case’s Intelligent Hydraulic System (CIHS), which boasts five energy-saving modes.
The company’s renowned F-Series wheel loaders will also be part of the line-up. Machines on display will include the Tier 4 Final 821F and 921F models, along with the 1121F unit. Visitors to the Case stand will also be able to see the Tier 4 Interim-compliant 621FXT and 721FX wheel loaders models.
Completing the heavy range line-up will be the WX148 wheeled excavator and 2050M dozer. With its three-pump hydraulic system, the WX148 is designed to deliver increased performance and control. The 2050M, the largest model in Case’s dozer range, features SCR technology to meet Tier 4 Interim emissions legislation.
The compact loader display on the Case stand will include: the TR310 tracked loader; SR210 and SV185 skid-steer loaders; and zero-swing CX26B, CX30B and CX50B mini-crawler excavators. Completing the compact line-up display will be the 695ST and 580ST backhoe loaders, and Tier 4 Final CX75C SR and CX80C MSR midi-excavators.