The CX350D offers significant advances in power, fuel savings, operation and control featuring an innovative combination of cooled exhaust gas recirculation (CEGR), selective catalytic reduction (SCR) and diesel oxidation catalyst (DOC) technologies, which helps maximize uptime and performance.
CASE Construction Equipment has equipped each model of 821 F and 921 F Wheel Loader with a selective catalytic reduction (SCR)-only solution that treats emissions separately with Diesel Exhaust Fluid (DEF) and does not require the engine to re-circulate exhaust gas. This optimizes combustion and machine performance, lowers engine temperatures, and eliminates maintenance and downtime associated with filter replacement and regeneration. It also helps lower fuel consumption.
"CASE was the first to implement SCR into our Tier 4 Interim machines because that solution makes the most sense for wheel loaders based on the inconsistent engine loads placed on the machine through its regular work cycle," says Philippe Bisson, brand marketing manager, CASE Construction Equipment.
Each new Tier 4 Final wheel loader delivers best-in-class horsepower with a 6.7-liter Tier 4 Final-certified engine that also provides quick throttle response and impressive torque. The 821F and 921F wheel loaders produce 212 and 241 net peak horsepower (158 and 180 kW), respectively.
To provide operator comfort and help boost productivity, the 821F and 921F wheel loaders feature a cab with full climate control, as well as an award-winning joystick steering option, and equipped with two-level hydraulic control system.
The M Series Dozers displayed at CONEXPO included five models ranging from 92 to 214 net horsepower. It uses highly-efficient hydrostatic transmissions to deliver a class-leading drawbar pull. The new M–series Dozer is powered by a fuel efficient FPT Industrial engine which allows fuel savings up to 14%. This is the first time that selective catalytic reduction (SCR) technology is built into a Case dozer.
The new CASE M–Series Dozer was fully launched in the North American markets by March 2014. In other regions where the company operates, models will be introduced with different timing and in line with different market's emission requirements. Case Construction Equipment is now all set to introduce the new product range with Tier 4 norms in India once it is implemented.