New Case Construction equipment from Farm Progress Show

New Case Construction equipment from Farm Progress Show

Case Construction launches two new machines at Farm Progress Show: the SV250 skid steer and the 721F wheel loader.

Case Construction launched two new machines at the Farm Progress Show this year: the Case SV250 skid steer and the Case 721F wheel loader.

SV250 skid steer

The SV250 can handle tough jobs that require high capacity and breakout force. The longer wheelbase and a front/rear weight distribution of 30/70 keep the center of gravity from moving when the loader arms are raised.
Fuel efficiency has also been improved with a larger fuel tank and Tier 4 CEGR technology.  The new Tier 4 engine can easily run all day long without refueling.
The increased headroom and lap-bar width help to increase visibility on a jobsite. Standard cab features include an interior dome light and three-piece side window that can be removed instantly without tools.
All regular service points have been relocated to the rear to make for easy maintenance. The famous easy tilt cab swings forward out of the way for accommodating repair and inspection. The specs on the new skid steer can be found here.

Watch the video walkaround of the SV250 from the show:

 

721F wheel loader

The Case 6.7-liter Tier 4 engine on the new 721F wheel loader delivers a quick throttle response and ample torque. Efficiency is increased with the ability to match available engine power with four programmable power modes, while productivity is maximized by the quick hydraulics. Roading speed, acceleration and cycle times are faster with the optional five-speed transmission with lockup torque converter. And targets can be approached quickly and precisely regardless of engine speed with Case PowerInch — part of the optional five-speed lockup transmission. This unit is also available in XT (toolcarrier) and XR (extended reach) configurations for even greater versatility and productivity.
Get up to a 10-percent increase in fuel economy with the engine’s Selective Catalytic Reduction (SCR) technology. And fuel savings can be furthered up to 30 percent with the standard engine shutdown feature — allowing the owner to limit engine idle time.
Move seamlessly between the joystick and steering wheel with the optional Case Joystick Steering for high production applications. The specs on the new loader can be found here.

Watch the video walkaround of the 721F wheel loader from the show:

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