Low-to-no-maintenance T4 technology
The electronic engine control enhances precision and responsiveness to operator commands. Skids SR175, SV185, SR210, SR240, SR250, SV280 SV300 and Compact Track Loaders TR270, TR310, TR320 and TV380 are equipped with High Pressure Common Rail (HPCR) technology, which regulates fuel pressure and injection timing ensuring extremely high injection precision in all engine operating conditions. This results in more torque output and allows to get more useful power from every drop of fuel.
- Diesel PM (particulate matter) Catalyst traps the residual particulate contained in the exhaust gas of the engine.
- Cooled Exhaust Gas Recirculation (CEGR) process is now controlled electronically to achieve greater performance and fuel efficiency, as well as even greater reliability - for example, to help protect the engine from overheating.
- Diesel Oxidation Catalyst (DOC) utilizes a chemical process in order to break down pollutants from diesel engines in the exhaust stream, turning them into less harmful components. DOC does not require regeneration and it is a maintenance-free component.
- Diesel Particulate Filter (DPF) physically traps particulate matter from the engine exhaust. Electronic controls will trigger an automatic regeneration of the DPF system. Additionally, the system can notify the machine operator to manually regenerate the DPF system occasionally when the soot load in the DPF exceeds the range defi ned for automatic regeneration.
With CASE power stance chassis
Our power stance chassis rides on a 21 percent longer wheelbase, delivering greater stability and comfort and allowing increased lifting capabilities, regardless of jobsite conditions
TOP RANKING BREAKOUT FORCE
CASE cylinder and chassis design provides maximised pushing power
The cylinder geometry optimises the skid steer and compact track loader’s push and pull power, while the bucket support baring directly on the chassis of the machine further adds to its pushing power
With bolt-on counterweights
Simply bolt on additional counterweights to the rear sides of the machine. Increase ROC by adding counterweights to move more material, more quickly Decrease ROC (operating without counterweights to keep fuel costs down and decrease ground disturbance.