Case Construction Equipment introduces three new F Series wheel loader models designed to provide faster acceleration, quicker cycle times and higher travel speeds while delivering as much as 17-percent greater fuel efficiency.
The new Case 721F, 821F and 921F (pictured) wheel loaders evolved from the company's E Series product line. The Case F Series wheel loaders use selective catalytic reduction technology to meet Tier-4 interim emissions standards while also delivering increased power and improved fuel efficiency.
“The Case F Series engines are more powerful and respond faster,” said marketing manager, Case Construction Equipment, Tim O'Brien, comparing the new models to the previous E Series line. “To start with, we updated the four programmable power modes to save fuel and increase available power. Operators will notice improved flexibility in matching engine power to their jobs with the use of the new easy-to-program power modes — Economy, Standard, Auto and Max.”
The Case 721F, 821F and 921F wheel loaders feature a 6.7-liter Tier-4 interim-certified engine, rated at 179, 211 and 242 hp, respectively. A new dual-mode shutdown feature maximizes fuel economy and monitors vital engine components. Using fuel-saver mode, the operator can limit the time the machine will idle. The desired shutdown time can be set in five-minute increments.
A new rearview, wide-angle camera with adjustable color monitor is available in the F Series models. The camera option can be added to nearly eliminate blind spots and is useful for jobs that require operating around other machines or workers. In addition, the cab is designed to offer an unobstructed view to both edges of the bucket or attachment, while a wide window and sloping hood provide clear vision to the rear.
Verified by Tim O'Brien, marketing manager, Case Construction Equipment.
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Engine: 179, 211 or 242 hp
Bucket capacity: 3.25, 4.25 or 4.75 square yards
Fuel efficiency improvement: Up to 17-percent greater than previous models