Construction Equipment’s (CASE) CX750D crawler excavator is the largest and most powerful machine in the brand’s excavator range. The CX750D is said to deliver best-in-class productivity, operating at 381kW with up to 366kN of bucket digging force. It meets Tier 4 Final standards with minimal maintenance, no diesel particulate filter (DPF), no DPF regeneration or associated lifetime service costs. The undercarriage and front attachment have been reinforced in most of the D Series: in particular, the CX750D the machine is able to work in the heaviest conditions, ensuring maximum uptime.
With the 750 excavator CASE wanted to keep close to the CX700 model in terms of ease of transportability, while having similar high levels of productivity and performance to a CX800 unit. The model offers lower fuel consumption, bigger pump and improved hydraulics compared to predecessors.
Also being unveiled is the CX300D 30tonne crawler excavator, said to deliver best-in-class performance even in the tough conditions of quarries.