Case extends G-Series waste handler wheel loader rangePublished 3/7, 2018 at 12:39
Case Construction Equipment unveiled at Intermat 2018 its new wheel loaders developed for waste and compost recycling applications: the new 821G and 921G waste handlers.
The two models share the high levels of operator comfort, visibility and operator protection that are the hallmark of the G-Series. Powered by efficient EU Stage IV/Tier 4 Final diesel engines, developed in house, they deliver 230hp and 255hp respectively, and feature exclusive solutions that match the requirements of companies operating in the waste and recycling industries.
The cab of the two waste handler models delivers excellent visibility with their revolutionary one piece curved screen. Operators are able to benefit from outstanding comfort with the seat mounted controls, premium seat and user friendly controls layout, as well as the low noise and vibrations of the cab which is mounted on four viscostatic suspensions. Effective pressurisation ensures that all the air entering the cab is cleaned and purified through a two stage filter system with active carbon.
The layout of the waste handlers’ features a rear mounted engine, unique to Case wheel loaders, resulting in a superior weight distribution that enables a higher bucket payload. This approach also has the advantage of providing access to the main service points at ground level, ensuring greater safety for maintenance operations.
The new models feature Case’s unique EU Stage IV/Tier 4 Final Hi-eSCR technology, which does not require Diesel Particulate Filter (DPF) or Exhaust Gas Recirculation (EGR). This means that with the Hi-eSCR solution, the full power of the engine is available to the operator. In addition, this technology kills the sparks in the exhaust, so that operation in waste or recycling facilities, handling flammable materials, is safer.
The Proshift 5 speed transmission and torque converter lock up enables the operator to take full advantage of the outstanding torque, delivering fuel savings and faster cycles. The two new models feature the Case’s heavy duty cooling cube. This exclusive system features a cube layout for the radiators, which results in maximum cooling performance and reduced clean out requirements. In addition, when operating with sticky materials, wide core radiators can be used to avoid clogging. This cooling system is designed to work round the clock, delivering enhanced performance in the extreme conditions of waste and recycling facilities.