• 04-SEP-2013

Case Shows Versatility Of Specialist Range At RWM

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Case Construction Equipment will demonstrate the potential productivity and versatility of a wide range of machines at this year’s RWM exhibition, at the NEC in September. Designed specifically to work in the recycling and wastes management industries, the CX240B SL scrap handler delivers maximum safety, power and performance, while the 721F XR wheeled loader boasts extra-reach loader arms to make light work of bulk haulage trailers. For smaller operations, both wheeled and tracked compact loaders provide the perfect power source for a range of handling attachments.

Comfort And Safety With CX240B SL

Providing ultimate stability, the Case CX240B SL scrap handler builds upon the company’s history of robust waste handling solutions. Equipped with the spacious CX-B series cab and a parallel lift structure, the CX240B SL offers an operator working height of 5.06m, allowing a safe view across the working area and into bulk haulage trucks.

With a choice of booms and arms, to suit a range of material handling duties, the CX240B SL has additional counterweight for maximum stability when working with long reach equipment. The machine uses hydraulic cylinders from the weight class above to provide higher lifting forces and a wider working envelope, boosting productivity and minimising downtime for repositioning.

721F XR Delivers Power And Speed

When supplied with XR extra-reach lift arms, the proven 721F wheel loader offers a maximum dump height of up to 3.33m, making it an ideal machine for truck loading and material stockpiling work. Powered by an efficient low-emissions Tier 4 Interim engine, the 721F uses fuel saving SCR technology to deliver maximum hydraulic breakout force with rapid arm lift and tip.

The machine drives through an efficient ZF auto powershift transmission, with the option of five forward gears and a maximum speed of 40km/h. The 721F benefits from outstanding traction, thanks to the option of 100% locking differentials with heavy duty axle components, ensuring durable long service life.

Compact Tool Carriers Offer Maximum Utilisation

Case will show two of its compact loading solutions at RWM, with an SR200 skid steer and a TR270 compact tracked loader on the stand. Both machines offer among the highest engine outputs on the market, providing strong performance and complete controllability.

The SR200 has a rated capacity of 905kg with a tipping load of 1,814kg, while the TR270 boasts a rated operating load of 1,225kg and a tipping load of 2,450kg. Both machines are powered by the fuel efficient Fiat Powertrain Technologies (FPT) F5C engine delivering 74hp (55kW) and 275Nm of torque.

With optional high flow hydraulics, these compact loaders provide the perfect carrier for a host of powered and non-powered attachments, from sweeper buckets to cold planers and pallet forks to grapples. With best-in-class serviceability, superior operator comfort and excellent visibility, the compact loaders perfectly complement a fleet of larger waste handling equipment, delivering high productivity and maximum utilisation.

Case Dealers Offer Total Solution

Visitors to the RWM exhibition can talk through their complete machine requirement with representatives from Case and from its extensive dealer network. With financial services, repair and maintenance assistance, telematic monitoring and a host of attachment solutions on offer, customers will find a complete waste handling solution on display at the Case stand.  

RWM is held in partnership with the Chartered Institute of Waste Management (CIWM), providing waste and recycling professionals with an opportunity to source solutions to their individual site requirements. Held at the NEC exhibition centre in Birmingham, from September 10-12, the exhibition provides decision makers in the waste and recycling sectors with an opportunity to see the latest Case equipment and to discuss their operational needs with experienced equipment specialists from Case and its dealer network.

4th September 2013