From World of Concrete: Case introduces F Series wheel loaders
The award-winning Case joystick steering enables operators to seamlessly move between the joystick and steering wheel for high-production operations. An optional two-lever hydraulic control system is available. The Case PowerInch feature lets the operator quickly and precisely approach targets in tight areas, regardless of engine speed. PowerInch maintains high RPMs to maximize hydraulic power and control.
Comfort in the cab
Several new comfort and safety features will boost operator productivity. The cab offers an unobstructed view to both edges of the bucket or attachment, while a wide window and sloping hood provide clear vision to the rear.
A new rearview, wide-angle camera with an adjustable color monitor is available in the Case F Series. The camera option nearly eliminates blind spots and is ideal for jobs that require operating around other machines or workers.
“At a busy worksite, it’s important to have a machine with excellent visibility to all corners of the vehicle,” O’Brien said. “The Case F Series wheel loaders offer best-in-class rear visibility and a panoramic view to the front and sides for enhanced operator confidence and productivity.”
As in previous models, the Case F Series wheel loaders include an advanced instrument cluster to enable operators to adjust various functions without relying on a service technician. The F Series models also offer ergonomically placed controls and a new heated cloth seat with seven adjustment modes.
Attachments add value
Case offers a range of attachments for the F Series wheel loaders, including pallet forks, brooms, jib booms, buckets and weigh-load systems. The F Series buckets are available with bucket teeth or bolt-on edges. In addition to the standard Z-bar loader, Case offers XR extended-reach models and a 721E XT tool-carrier model.
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