Your behavior appears to be a little unusual. Please verify that you are not a bot.

Case launches 6,200-pound rated CTL

September 28, 2021 -  By
Case TV620B compact track loader (Photo: Case)

Case TV620B compact track loader (Photo: Case)

Case Construction Equipment’s TV620B compact track loader (CTL) boasts 114 hp and a 6,200-pound rated operating capacity. Standard features include adjustable electro-hydraulic controls, a 1.25 cubic yard heavy duty bucket, high-flow hydraulics, auto ride control, one-way self-leveling, a hydraulic coupler, an auto-reversing fan, LED lights and a one-year subscription to Case SiteWatch telematics.

A Case SiteConnect Module, remote connectivity and software updates through the company’s SiteManager App (iOS and Android) keep the CTL up to date. The systems also connect units to the Case Uptime Center, allowing collaborative fleet management between Case, the local Case dealer and the equipment owner.

“We’re focused on delivering extreme power and performance matched with intuitive technologies that simplify owning and operating,” said George MacIntyre, product manager, Case Construction Equipment. “The TV620B is built to simplify heavy work such as cold planing, mulching, heavy material handling and loading high-sided trucks.”

As with Case B Series CTLs, the TV620B includes an updated operator interface, 360-degree visibility and an 8-inch LCD multi-function display that serves as the command center for the machine. The screen can display images from the rearview camera on a split screen with machine data.

“Heavy pallets, loading larger trucks and running attachments that require enhanced-high-flow hydraulics are all handled with ease by this machine,” MacIntyre said. “The combination of track-on-ground, hinge pin height and reach at maximum dump height specs really make this a machine designed for loading trucks of all sizes.”

Adjustable electro-hydraulic controls allow operators to set total machine responsiveness to low, moderate or aggressive; or independently set tilt, lift and drive speed, as well as loader arm and drive control to best meet the demands of the work. A button lets operators select between operating in H or ISO operating patterns. And a Creep Speed setting allows the operator to set machine speed at a consistent/slow creep while independently setting attachment speed via the throttle for optimal use of attachments such as cold planers and brooms.

Hydraulic on demand performance allows the operator to select the percentage of auxiliary hydraulic flow to the attachment via the machine’s multi-function display. This allows the operator to dial in attachment performance to their preference or the recommendation of the attachment manufacturer.

To meet diesel emissions regulations, the TV620B uses cooled exhaust gas recirculation (CEGR), diesel oxidation catalyst (DOC) and selective catalytic reduction (SCR) technologies — it features no diesel particulate filter (DPF) and requires no regeneration.

“This emissions solution requires no downtime associated with regeneration, no lifetime service associated with a DPF and is easy for the owner to manage,” MacIntyre said. “We’ve also integrated large diesel (30.8 gallons) and diesel exhaust fluid (3.3 gallons) tanks to extend working days when the job needs to get done.”


  • Rated operating capacity: 6,200 pounds
  • Breakout force: 12,084 pounds bucket, 12,907 pounds lift
  • Track length on the ground: 74 inches
  • Tracks: 17.7-inch heavy-duty rubber, 6.1 psi ground disturbance
  • Heavy-duty bucket: 84-inch 1.25 cubic-yard bucket with SmartFit teeth (other options available)
  • Engine: 3.4L direction-injection diesel, 114 hp, 339 lb-ft peak torque
This article is tagged with , , and posted in Design/Build+Installation

Comments are currently closed.