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Typically, Case construction equipment shows its power in heavy-duty industrial work such as lifting, excavation and transportation of site materials. This machinery comes in various forms to suit the needs of different users. As seen at the dealerships, some of the most common equipment available for sale in Jefferson City MO include:
- Mini Excavators
- Waste Handler Wheel Loaders – G-Series
- Skid-steer loaders
- Wheel loaders
- Backhoe loaders
Case has a series of 6 powerful mini-excavators that you can find in Jefferson City MO. Moreover, recently they introduced a new 7th C-Series known as the CX30C. Additionally, this machine comes with a flexible offset boom that provides better maneuvering for the controller, including other features such as a no-tail swing design and automatic shift travel module that enhances operator comfort when the machine is traversing through rough terrain.
Waste Handler Wheel Loaders G-Series
The Case G-series loaders provide better visibility, higher bucket capacity, and faster cycle times. The G-series is available in these four models:
All of these models feature a modern cab area for the driver’s comfort, 5-speed transmission system. Also, it includes the special Case cooling technology that keeps the machine going even in harsh conditions such as waste/compost recycling facilities. The 821G and 921G models in particular use powerful Tier IV Final diesel engines, which provide 230hp and 255hp respectively. Likewise, the engines have rear-mount and this helps to evenly distribute weight and allow for higher bucket payload. This design also gives operators access to the engine’s key service points from ground level. Thus, this makes for safer and easier maintenance operations.
Just like the wheel-loaders, Case skid steer loaders are also used in the construction industry. They are generally smaller in size compared to wheel loaders, and engine-driven with sturdy lift arms that can carry heavy objects with ease. Some skid-steer loaders also come with work-saving tools that provide more convenience for controllers.
Case excavators work to dig through piles of material such as sand or gravel, and even soil. Additionally, in 2017, Case releases their largest and most efficient equipment for the Missouri market known as CX-750d Excavator.
Hard-working Wheel loaders
These are common hard-working machines on construction projects where they do earth moving. In addition, you can also find them on farms where ranchers often use a wheel loader to carry large amounts of feedlot waste or farm/ranch supplies.
T-Series Backhoe loaders
Case backhoe loaders are fully factory-integrated. Moreover, some of their models such as the custom T-series backhoe loader are compliant with the Tier-IV fuel emissions regulations. Plus you’ll learn, they can be used in heavy-duty industrial applications without emitting harmful fumes that can be dangerous to the workers’ health.