Touting its line of new C Series compact excavators, Case Construction Equipment says it is the broadest range of sizes yet, and that they have enough power to accommodate any and all jobs from heavy construction to landscaping work.
With a bucket digging force for all six featured models ranging from 3,490 foot pounds to 9,550 foot pounds, the group is made up of the CX17C, weighing 3,910 pounds running at 18.8 horsepower (HP) on up to the 12,940 pound, 64.7 HP CX60C. Then, in between and ranging from 24.8 to 66.9 HP and weighing 5,530 pounds on up to 12,050 pounds are the C models X26C, X33C, X37C, X57C, and X60C.
A great feature is that, although the largest two excavators cannot, the remaining models can be towed with just a pick up truck, and unless your local and state laws say otherwise, there is no need for a driver to have a commercial license.
The following features that are standard to the C Series are available along with the already large group of excavators themselves: a boom offset that is adjustable for tight-area maneuvering; zero tail swing; and either conventional or short-radius design. There is also an auto-shift system to give an operator comfort and convenience while travelling through varying terrain.
According to Case, its CX57C and CX60C are its strongest compact excavators. Standard on the two largest models are LCD touch screens which give immediate and current performance data along with what is referred to as “intuitive access” to any settings on the company’s excavators. The CX17C, the smallest in the group, has an adjustable blade handy for working in tight job sites, perhaps near already developed land and/or near buildings. It will make its way through the most typical of gates.
Case maintains that the mid-sized CX37C offers the most variety in this machine, with power oriented toward tough jobs and yet flexible enough to find its way around tight areas. One thumb is all you need for precise direction of every attachment. On the four smaller models, the operator can switch effectively between single and bi-directional flow on the auxiliary flow diverter valve. This expedites use of a variety of attachments.
Another feature, available in all models, are panels that make maintenance easier due to opening. Ground level service checkpoints are a great additional also for maintenance convenience. Attention was paid in making the compartments large and wide open to get to the radiator, engine, and control valves.
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