Electrohydraulic controls for Case compact wheel loadersPublished 7/3 at 16:31
At bauma 2019, Case will showcase its new compact wheel loader models with electrohydraulic controls. With more than 20 sensors and 20 electrohydraulic actuators installed on the machine, this new technology will improve operator controllability, provide the option to select different operating modes and allow for combined movements.
Case’s Egidio Galano explains the reason for this new development: “Our customers have driven this change. We know that automated functions reduce operator fatigue and allow operators to be more productive, even for those with less experience.” Visitors to the Case stand at bauma will also see several other enhancements to the Case compact wheel loader range, including a new hydraulic quick coupler for better visibility during load operations. New fork frames and buckets will provide an increased rollback angle and greater load retention at high speeds. All new features on the compact wheel loader models will be available in the second half of 2019.