New CASE F-Series Compact Wheel Loaders
The new 21F is rated at 58 hp, the 121F is rated at 64 hp, while the 221F and 321F are both rated at 74 hp.
With a shorter wheelbase, the new F-Series compact wheel loaders provide a smaller turn-radius for greater jobsite maneuverability. The new models also feature a lower cab height – up to 33 cm – which, combined with the smaller foot print, makes these machines easier to load and transport.
Meeting Tier 4 final standards, the new compact wheel loaders employ a particulate matter catalyst solution in conjunction with the machines cooled exhaust gas recirculation (CEGR) engine. This solution is made up of a diesel oxidation catalyst (DOC) and a high-efficiency flow-through filter, and does not require filter replacement (compared to a diesel particulate filter). The DOC converts emissions into neutral gasses. The remaining particulate matter then passes through to the high-efficiency flow-through filter where it is stored and burned off.
All F-series compact wheel loaders feature exclusive new electronic controls that provide increased precision and reduced operator fatigue compared to mechanical controls. Using simple rocker switches and control dials, operators can increase engine speed and operating parameters without affecting travel speed. This allows for improved performance and productivity with attachments, such as a cold planers or brooms, which require low travel speed and high RPM’s. All machines also feature CASE’s Automatic Ride Control feature, a function previously reserved for larger equipment, which engages at elevated speeds to reduce spillage and machine looping.
Offering either standard auxiliary hydraulics or a high-flow option, the 221F and 321F models provide the option for increased power for auxiliary attachments that require greater flow. Further, a new horizontal pin coupler gives users the ability to use a greater range of attachments, including those made by other manufacturers.
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