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CASE 885B AWD Motor Grader Proves Its Mettle in Big Sky Country

As Road Supervisor for Toole County, Mont., Lloyd Omdahl understands the importance of power and versatility in his equipment. With nearly 2,000 square miles of land—about the size of Delaware—and just over 5,200 residents, it’s a county that needs to make the most of its equipment purchases. When the county needed a new Motor Grader […]

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New CASE 1150M Dozer Tears Through Frost

Over the past 40 years, the Walker family has learned a thing or two about adaptability and durability. They’re values ingrained in the company’s business since being founded by Chuck Walker and his sons in 1975, and they’re also the characteristics they look for in their equipment. Being able to adjust to the often-tumultuous Detroit-area […]

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CASE Construction Equipment: What Kind of Skid Steer/Compact Track Loader Owner Are You?

Whether as support equipment in a larger fleet or the main workhorse for an owner/operator, a skid steer and compact track loader are two of the most versatile machines a contractor can own. But what is the right loader arm and platform for each application? Contractors can follow this quick guide to set them on […]

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Measuring Up: Factors for Sizing Equipment from Backhoes to Bulldozers from CASE Construction Equipment

What size machine does it take to get the job done? It’s a question with varied answers dependent on the type of equipment, the application, methods of transportation and the environment you work in. And it’s an important question: too small of a machine could leave you short of your production needs, and too large […]

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OAT Diesel Engine Coolants Formulated for Tier 4 Engines Provide Operational, Service Benefits

Tier 4 diesel engine technology has changed the way many construction equipment systems run – and that includes engine coolant. Tier 4 engine advances generally create higher combustion temperatures and cylinder pressures. Coolant must resist deposit buildup and other issues that can occur rapidly under these conditions. As a result, manufacturers have begun shipping Tier […]

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13 Reasons to Add Machine Control to Your Existing Fleet or Next Construction Equipment Purchase From CASE Construction Equipment

Machine control technology has grown exponentially in scope since first introduced, and if you haven’t yet added it to your fleet, you may be missing out on significant advantages. Machine control technology makes it possible to finish projects faster, at a lower cost and with much higher accuracy. It’s an investment that will typically pay […]

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The Anatomy of a Waste Handler from CASE

Working in waste and recycling facilities may be one of the more heavy-duty jobs for the purpose-built wheel loaders that we call waste handlers. These robust machines are outfitted with a number of features and performance enhancers suited specifically for work in these applications. An extensive availability of attachments from forks and grapples to buckets […]

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CASE Announces New High Frequency Compactors

CASE’s new high frequency compaction equipment make it easier for road builders to do quality work. Their two models, Tier 4 Interim DV209 and DV210, are designed to maximize dial compaction performance. This makes it easier for construction workers to make each lift consistent in thickness and density. Engine Innovation Complete with Cooled Exhaust Gas […]

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CASE “Dire States” Panel at CONEXPO-CON/AGG 2014

CASE Construction Equipment will host a Dire States panel discussion at CONEXPO-CON/AGG 2014 in the CASE booth (N-11722) to highlight the problems facing American infrastructure and what can be done to remedy the situation. The panel will take place on Thursday, March 6 at 10:00 AM and be moderated by Adam Snider, transportation reporter for […]

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CASE Introduces Powerful 1221F Wheel Loader

CASE Construction Equipment introduces the new CASE 1221F wheel loader, the newest and largest model in the company’s F Series wheel loader line. Designed with an 11.9-liter Tier 4 Interim-certified engine that delivers up to 355 horsepower (265 kilowatts), the CASE 1221F is built for heavy earthmoving and loading applications such as those encountered in […]

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CASE PT240 Helps Georgia Contractor Achieve Low Air Voids

CASE roller fleet anchored by the PT240 pneumatic tire compactor helps Georgia contractor consistently achieve low air voids on asphalt projects. A high percentage of air voids in hot mix asphalt projects ultimately contributes to flaws in roadways. The ability to consistently keep air voids to a minimum is where Thompson, GA-based C&H Paving excels. […]

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Heavy Equipment Fuel System Maintenance Tips from CASE

Maintaining the fuel systems of your heavy equipment fleet isn’t difficult, per se, but performance and engine health can be adversely affected if not done properly. Much of it comes down to preventive measures related to fuel selection and storage. Cleanliness is critical as the high speeds and pressures of today’s Tier 4 engines with […]

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