Case unveils its largest excavator

CASE has announced it will launch the firm’s new “best in class” CX750D excavator at the Steinexpo exhibition in Germany.

The Tier 4 Final machine is the largest in the manufacturer’s excavator range and, according to Case, has been designed to “achieve faster cycle times and to maximise productivity”.

Features include an electronically controlled hydraulic pump and larger control and solenoid valves, which are said to “boost breakout forces, increase lifting strength and improve responsiveness”. Added strength and fuel efficiency is said to come from the inclusion of the Case Intelligent Hydraulic System and its four integrated control systems.

The machine is available in standard configuration with a 335 kN bucket digging force (with Power Boost), and mass excavation configuration with a 366 kN bucket digging force (with Power Boost). It also has a shorter boom and arm that Case described as allowing for “greater breakout forces and is capable of handling larger buckets for added capacity”.

The boom, arm and undercarriage are all “more robust” while arm and bucket cylinders are larger to “help improve performance”, the manufacturer added. The machine has three operating modes: Automatic, Heavy and Speed Priority.

The CX750D combines selective catalytic reduction (SCR) and diesel oxidation catalyst (DOC) technologies. There is no diesel particulate filter (DPF).

The cab has a fully adjustable workstation with a new high-back seat for “optimal comfort and support”.