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Case adds new models and features for landscaping pros

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The new 651G full-size wheel loader from Case. (Photo: Case CE)
The new 651G full-size wheel loader from Case. (Photo: Case CE)

Case Construction Equipment unveiled its latest models and features to assist landscaping companies on the job site.

“Many landscaping companies today are experiencing significant growth, but they also have a lot of challenges to navigate, like labor shortages, highly varied job sites and a very competitive market,” said Terry Dolan, vice president – North America, Case Construction Equipment. “Our newest launches aim to support landscapers in navigating these demands more effectively than ever with swift, smooth, smart machines right-sized for the scale of opportunity.”

This year’s launch includes a new upsized 5-metric ton mini excavator and a new, full-sized wheel loader. The company is also launching upgrades for its compact wheel loaders and rough-terrain forklifts.

New mini excavator

For landscaping crews who need to handle tough jobs faster, the Case CX50D mini excavator offers more lifting capacity and better digging performance with a deeper reach, according to the company.

Landscapers can find a large range of use cases for this larger mini excavator, due to an array of compatible attachments and options. With standard multifunctional hydraulics and a second auxiliary circuit, as well as an optional third auxiliary circuit, the new machine can power a wide assortment of attachments, from tilt rotators to grapples. In addition, the CX50D offers an optional dedicated auxiliary hydraulic circuit to run advanced attachments such as a mulching head, making it a useful tool for clearing brush or wooded sites. Landscaping crews can also opt for a six-way blade to boost capabilities for backfilling or light grading.

“Landscapers are increasingly turning to mini excavators as a labor-saving solution because of their power and versatility,” said Diego Butzke, product manager – excavators. “With our latest machine, they’ll be able to scale up productivity even more to take on bigger jobs more efficiently.”

New full-sized wheel loader

The all-new 651G full-size wheel loader can assist landscapers in various tasks like moving boulders, removing snow or loading trucks with mulch or bulk materials in the yard.

With a breakout force of nearly 24,000 lbs., a lifting capacity of over 16,100 lbs. and a higher hinge pin height for more bucket clearance during dumping, this machine adds more productivity for material handling. A touchscreen display and adjustable, intuitive electrohydraulic controls allow the operator to independently set boom and bucket responsiveness to smooth, moderate or aggressive. Additional features include a roomy cab features AC and heat, heated seats, Bluetooth radio and phone connectivity, a rear sloping hood and an optional backup camera.

The new full-sized wheel loader offers three optional loader configurations and is compatible with a variety of tools like brooms and forks. Teams can also choose from four-speed or five-speed transmission options to optimize top speeds, cycle times and fuel usage. Different factory axle options are also available to match job site conditions and operator style, with the standard limited-slip differential axles providing all-around traction.

Compact wheel loader upgrades

CASE F Series compact wheel loaders include the 21F, 121F, 221F and 321F models that feature maintenance-free Tier 4 Final emissions solutions that eliminate regeneration and expensive diesel particulate filters to improve uptime. Upgraded ROPS/FOPS-certified elevated cabs with curved glass offer strong visibility for operators and Z-bar linkage upgrades also provide a stronger breakout force for lifting. CASE 21F and 121F models are also upgraded with standard parallel lift capabilities for fork applications, allowing better visibility of the coupler and attachments.

High-flow hydraulics on the 221F and 321F models also enable more tools like a broom or snow blower to support land clearing and maintenance. Upgrades to these models also allow operators to choose “Creep Mode” for running tools like snow blowers at a more comfortable pace, but units can also drive up to 25 mph.

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