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Contractors World INTERNATIONAL - 2016 Vol 7 No 6

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What's New In Plant & Equipment

A Big Case for 2017

With Conexpo just around the corner and new product launches pending from most major equipment manufacturers, has Case Construction Equipment made a pre-emptive strike? They have just announced for the North American market a new skid steer and new G Series Wheel Loaders.
      There is no news when these products will be available in other parts of the world, but indications from the past are that it will be in the first quarter of 2017.

The Most Powerful Case Skid Steer

CASE Construction Equipment as introduced into the North American market the new SV340 skid steer – the company’s most powerful skid steer ever built being the top of the range of 10 models.

Rated at 3,400 lbs / 1,542 kg operating capacity and featuring a bucket breakout force of 9,531 lbs / 4,323 kg, the new vertical-lift skid steer continues the CASE tradition of building powerful operating capacities into a platform that is easy to use for operators in all industries.

This top of the range model provides extra power and performance, along with a stronger lift arm, H-link and upper chassis. The machine also offers optional high-flow (38.7 gpm at 3,450 psi) and enhanced high-flow (35 gpm at 4,000 psi) auxiliary hydraulics for excellent power and attachment versatility.

Additional enhancements have also been made to manifold valves, the gear pump and the auxiliary loader circuit, to allow for added power and performance

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