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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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CASE at ConExpo 2014

CASE Construction Equipment (booth 11722) will showcase major new product introductions to its heavy product line at CONEXPO-CON/AGG 2014, held March 4-8, 2014 in Las Vegas. This includes the new CASE M Series dozer line, and to-be-announced updates to primary heavy product lines such as excavators, wheel loaders and compactors. The “Dire States: the Drive […]

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CASE Waste Handler Advancements

Waste handlers put to work in waste/scrap/recycling applications take a beating and, as such, manufacturers have responded with design advancements aimed at improving efficiency, simplifying operation, providing the brute strength needed, and keeping the operator safe and comfortable. In this article we’ll look at a key factors you should consider when examining today’s waste handlers, […]

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Tips for Skid Steer Winterization from CASE

Cold weather does funny things to construction equipment. If you plan to operate your skid steer throughout the winter, here are a few tips to keep in mind when preparing for cold weather. Starting in Cold Weather There are many cold starting options for skid steers, including glow plugs, block heaters, grid heaters, and starting […]

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New CASE CX75C SR and CX80C Mid-Sized Excavators

CASE Construction Equipment launched the new CX75C SR and CX80C mid-sized excavators – two new models designed to bring the power and performance of a full-sized excavator into a smaller package for improved jobsite accessibility and convenience. Both machines offer a first-in-class Tier 4 Final engine solution featuring a Diesel Oxidation Catalyst (DOC)-only Cooled Exhaust […]

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Case M Series Dozer Launch

New CASE models boost productivity with best-in-class drawbar pull and powerful horsepower ratings; industry-exclusive SCR technology provides powerful and efficient operation; pressurized cab and highly configurable controls enhance operator experience. CASE Construction Equipment introduces the new M Series line of dozers. The new product line includes five models ranging from 92 to 214 net horsepower. […]

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Nine Tips for Better Excavator Maintenance

Tip 1: Use high-grade oil Maintaining proper oil change intervals per the manufacturer’s recommendation is basic to excavator performance and life. Engine oils, particularly those with additives, can break down under high duty-cycles. The newer Tier 4 engines with exhaust gas recirculation and anti-pollution equipment require higher-grade oils. Engine oil is no place to save […]

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Understanding Attachments Best Suited For CTLs

Successful skid steer loader and compact track loader (CTL) operation depends largely on the type of terrain you are operating on. For example, concrete, asphalt and rocky surfaces are typically best suited to skid steers, while softer, more sensitive surfaces are better suited for compact track loaders.  But a closer look at attachment use with […]

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Eight Things to Consider When Specifying Rollers for Compaction

There are a number of variables that determine the right roller for each compaction job. The most obvious is whether you’re compacting soil or asphalt. Other factors are the width of the area to be compacted, the final density required, the grade of the area to be compacted, the type of asphalt mix, soil type, […]

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