Case Construction Equipment has updated its compact wheel loader line by launching four F-Series Evolution models – the 21F, 121F, 221F and 321F.
The company says that the models feature increased travel speeds and an upgraded operator’s cab.
The cab includes a revised monitor, enhanced electrohydraulic controls with smart features, and a range of connectivity applications that have previously only been included on larger models.
In response to demand, particularly from Scandinavian countries, the two larger models are available with a choice of travel speed ratings. This includes 20kph in standard trim and an option to reach 40kph.
The 21F, powered by a Stage V FPT diesel engine, reaches 43kW (58hp) and 245Nm of torque. This increases to 48kW (64hp) and 261Nm in the 121F, reaching 55kW (74hp) and 316Nm in the 221F and the 321F.
Additionally, the larger models are said to come with new modular axles, available with limited slip or 100% locking differentials for maximum traction in difficult terrain.
US-based Case added that the new models feature an all-in-one electro-hydraulic joystick that can control all bucket and loader arm functions, with an upgraded display monitor that provides clear access to all major machine functions and system controls.
In addition to this, the wheeled loaders include smart features that allow the user to pre-set hydraulic responses to suit individual tasks, while a bucket shake mode assists in the emptying of sticky materials.
As well as a return-to-dig function, there is now a return-to-travel setting and the two automated movements can be combined for easier operation in loading and tipping.