FPT NEF engine power for CASE

FPT Industrial has strengthened its position in the construction and quarrying equipment sector, with the company’s Stage V NEF engines powering CASE Construction Equipment’s new E-Series crawler excavators.
September 23, 2022
FPT’s NEF engines are powering the new CASE E-Series excavators
FPT’s NEF engines are powering the new CASE E-Series excavators

Building on a legacy of earth-moving innovation spanning 180 years, CASE now presents the E-Series crawler excavators, ranging from 13- to 30-tonne models: CX130E, CX160E, CX180E, CX210E, CX240E, CX250E, CX300E. Their benefits include offering customers greater controllability, reliability, operator comfort, efficiency, productivity, and lower total cost of ownership (TCO), and all are powered by FPT Industrial’s NEF engines.

FPT Industrial says the choice of its NEF engines will guarantee an improved transient response ensuring high reliability, thus responding to the demanding needs of this specific application. With the E-Series CASE completes its Stage V offering confirming FPT Industrial as a strong partner.

The new E-Series incorporates more powerful and efficient Stage V engines, which offer greater displacement while meeting stringent emissions requirements. The 13-18-metric ton models feature the N45, the 4.5-litre engine from the renowned NEF series, while the N67 (6.7-litre, 6-cylinder version from the same engine family) powers the 21-30-tonne models.   

The NEF engines powering the new CASE E-Series ensure optimal combustion efficiency thanks to their exhaust gas recirculation (EGR)-free architecture, while the FPT-patented HI-eSCR2 after-treatment system results in low running costs – this for-life system does not require mechanical cleaning or replacement parts over its lifecycle. High-capacity filters with clogging sensor deliver best-in-class service intervals of up to 1,000 hours, an outstanding improvement on previous solutions.  

To allow the use of renewable fuels, NEF Stage V engines fitted on all E-Series models are compatible with EN15940-compliant fuels, such as the increasingly popular HVO (hydrogenated  vegetable oils).

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