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Compact Wheel Loaders from
Case Tick All the Boxes

Case Construction Equipment has launched the new F Series range of compact wheel loaders that are designed to tick all the boxes by setting new standards of productivity, versatility, comfort, all with low cost of operation.

The four model line-up, ranging from the 4.4 ton 21F to the 6.2 ton 321F, has the power to deliver consistently high levels of performance in every task with a powerful, highly efficient new hydraulic system.

The models, all with Tier IV Final compliant engines, are a replacement to existing models.

Case 4.4 ton 21F to the 6.2 ton 321FDesigned for productivity

By improving weight distribution, Case has given the new compact wheel loader a higher lift capacity than the predecessors. For example, at the low end of the range, the 21F XT is designed to lift up to 2,000 kg , which is 400 kg more than the 21E model it replaces - a 25% increase!

The XT parallel linkage and Z-bar arms maintain the forks parallel to the ground.  An articulated joint and oscillating rear axle mean that when the front tyres hit a rock or a hole, there is no bucket roll motion.

The cab has been lowered so that the compact wheel loaders can move easily within the jobsites and are easy to transport.

With the low cab profile, the 21F and 121F fall under the 2.5 meter threshold so that they can easily travel under a 4 meter bridge when loaded on a truck.

When switching tasks, no time is wasted as changing attachments only takes a few seconds with Case Connect-under-pressure. The connectors are automatically depressurized and no hand tools are needed.

Powerful versatility and control

The new hydraulic system delivers all the power needed to operate even the most demanding attachment. The ‘High Flow’ option, available on the 221F and 321F, increases flow from 70 to 130 litres per minute and enables the use of powered attachments such as snow blowers or asphalt planers that contribute to getting the job done faster.

Case 4.4 ton 21F to the 6.2 ton 321FFurther refinements in comfort and safety

The cab of the new F Series compact wheel loaders provides a comfortable and safe work environment with features such as the 10 air vents, ergonomic layout, standard tilting adjustment of the steering wheel and the Case joystick with adjustable wrist rest.

The all-in-one joystick with proportional auxiliary control, flow memory button, float function and F-N-R switch puts all the machine’s controls in the operator’s hand.

Low emissions, High power

The new compact wheel loaders have a 3.4 litre, 4-cylinder, turbocharged common rail FPT Industrial engine with Waste Gate. This feature reduces drops in turbo pressure.

The F Series meets Tier 4 Final emissions standards with a unique maintenance free solution developed by FPT Industrial that relies on Exhaust Gas Recirculation (EGR), a Diesel Oxidation Catalyst (DOC) and a Particulate Matter (PM) catalyst.

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