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Case launches new skid steers and compact track loaders

Case Construction Equipment unveiled a raft of new products across its entire range at Conexpo, including a motor grader and compact excavator, a new compact track loader series and nine new skid steers.

The three new models launched in the Alpha Series line of compact track loaders all have a dozer-style undercarriage, engineered for good traction on steep slopes and muddy or sandy terrain, and with a rigid track frame with fewer moving parts, making it more durable and easier to maintain than suspension track systems.

Two radial lift models

The Alpha Series includes two radial-lift models, the TR270 and TR320, and a new vertical-lift model, the TV380, which has been produced in response to customer demand for a tracked version of Case’s popular 465 skid steer.

Alongside the compact track loaders, Case showed off nine new models in the Alpha Series line of skid steers.

Marketing manager Curtis Goettel claimed the SR175 model - an entry in the industry’s highest-volume class of 794kg- rated operating capacity machines - “has more than twice the bucket breakout force of the current best-selling model in this size class”.

Like the track compact loaders, the new skid steers have 25% larger cabs than the previous range — the widest in the industry.

Meanwhile, sister company New Holland also showed off new skid steers and compact track loaders, as well as a compact excavator and upgrades to six models in its loader backhoe range.

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