Case CE launch F Series wheeled loaders in India
First publishedin Aggregates Business International
Case Construction Equipment has launched the new F Series wheeled loaders in India.
Launched worldwide during 2012, the company says the new F Series offers Indian customers fast acceleration performing cycle times, high travel speeds and productivity, together with reduced fuel consumption. The two new loaders, the 721F and 821F, run an FPT Industrial 6.7litre Tier 3 engine.
The Case four-mode programmable power control, offering Economy, Standard, Auto and Max settings, provides operators with increased flexibility when matching the engine output for each task. “The four-speed transmission with manual kick-down setting allows maximum traction and bucket break-out during digging and loading operations.
Between loads, a dual-mode shut-down feature allows the operator to set and limit the time that the machine can idle, in five minute increments,” says Case Construction Equipment.
“The design of the Case wheeled loaders cooling system, with the five radiators mounted to form a cube instead of overlapping, ensures that each radiator receives fresh air, and that clean air enters from the sides and the top resulting in high efficiency for the system.
“This feature also improves the machine’s stability and allows the loader to properly operate in all applications from stockpiling to quarry.”
“Case India is expanding its offering for the Indian construction industry with the introduction of the technologically advanced F Series wheeled loaders,” says Anil Bhatia, director sales and marketing, Case India.