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CASE Construction Equipment 2023 compact track loader specs

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A CASE TV620B compact track loader CASE Construction Equipment

B Series CTLs from CASE feature 360-degree visibility and an intuitive operator interface through their eight-inch LCD multifunction display, which also offers a split-screen backup camera. Updated controls, simple start-up and operation, powerful breakout forces, and high-flow or enhanced high-flow auxiliary hydraulics combine to ensure optimal productivity. ISO and H operating patterns can be swapped simply at the push of a button. Operators can set total machine responsiveness to low, moderate, or aggressive, or they can independently set tilt, lift, and drive speed, as well as loader arm and drive control to best meet the demands of the job.

Featured: TV620B

The TV620B is one of the industry's largest and strongest compact track loaders, according to CASE. With 114 hp and a 6,200-pound rated operating capacity at 50 percent tipping load, it delivers high breakout forces. Standard adjustable electro-hydraulic controls, high-flow hydraulics, auto ride control, one-way self-levelling, a hydraulic coupler, an auto-reversing fan, LED lights, and a five-year subscription to CASE SiteWatch telematics. CASE SiteConnect Module remote service tools are also standard.

A CASE precision grader blade on a compact track loader CASE Construction Equipment

CASE Construction Equipment compact track loader attachments

CASE's precision grader blade

CASE Construction Equipment's precision grader blade, a new attachment for large-frame compact track loaders, delivers the grading performance of a motor grader in a more compact footprint. 

The blade is compatible with 2D and 3D machine control solutions - including CASE SiteControl grader solutions powered by Leica Geosystems - to deliver improved productivity, quality and efficiency in fine-grading applications.

The CASE precision grader blade is compatible with the use of laser receivers (single or dual), sonic tracers (single or dual), GNSS/GPS (single or dual), and total stations - and the attachment itself is "plug-and-play" with the auxiliary hydraulics and 14-pin electrical connection of a large-frame CTL. 

The grader blade also features a 108-inch moldboard capable of jointly changing elevation and slope through dual lift cylinders, as well as achieving 60 degrees of combined blade rotation and 26 inches of combined blade side shift. Motion and action for the grader blade are controlled through the existing joysticks of the CTL - no additional controls are required.

The attachment is built for minimal maintenance with powder-coated metal surfaces, composite greaseless bushings at the pivot points, and heavy-duty axles with sealed hubs. It comes standard with a bolt-on reversible cutting edge.

A CASE TR270 drills a hole with an auger attachment. CASE

What to consider when selecting the hydraulic flow option for your CTL

Compact track loaders are go-to machines. One of their biggest advantages is their maneuverability combined with countless attachment options. When selecting a compact track loader, choosing the right hydraulic option is essential for maximizing the utilization of your investment. CASE has shared what those options are and what you should consider when selecting a hydraulic flow option. Find out those options in the full article.

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