Case is a leader in the backhoe loader market, offering three models in its King range of backhoe loaders. These models include the 580 ST, 590 ST and 695 ST. All models are designed to offer the best combination of power and economy.
Case backhoe loaders feature Tier 4 interim rated engines and an automatic ride control system. They have a rapid backhoe boom positioning capability and the transmission options give the lowest possible emissions and fuel consumption figures. Operator comfort, and hence productivity, is a central focus, while the machines' lift capacity and bucket breakout force are among the best in the business. Case backhoe loaders benefit from a comprehensive range of attachments and buckers and they can all be swapped out easily with the innovative hydraulic backhoe quick couple mechanism.
The current range of Case backhoe loaders is the result of a heritage in construction equipment manufacture dating back more than a century to 1912. The company*s involvement in the backhoe loader market started in 1957, when Case introduced the Model 320, the first ever tractor loader backhoe. Since that very first backhoe loader, Case has continuously updated its range, using the latest techniques and innovations to ensure that Case backhoe loaders constantly meet and exceed the demands of operators.
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The company was the first to offer an extendable dipper in the form of the Case Extendahoe. Case also led the way by being the first manufacturer to provide ride control on a backhoe loader. The company was the first to provide backhoe loaders with Powershift transmissions and was also the first company to equip its backhoe loaders with an integrated quick coupling mechanism. Case also broke new ground by being the first to power its backhoe loaders with Tier 4 Interim engines. Case has unrivalled experience in the backhoe loader market and built its 500,000th unit in 2005. It is now approaching 750,000 units produced.
The Case 695 ST backhoe loader has a 110hp engine and a Powershift transmission as standard. It has four equally sized wheels and the backhoe can be controlled by either mechanical or pilot systems. The 590 ST builds on these features with the choice of either 18 inch or 20 inch wheels at the front and offers two-wheel steering. The Powershift transmission is available as an option. The 580 ST, meanwhile, has a turbocharged and after cooled 97hp engine, with common rail fuel injection and optional Powershift.
Security is also a feature on the Case backhoe loaders and the engine hood is locked from inside the cab to prevent vandalism. There are anti-theft devices on all Case backhoe loaders and the hydraulic fluid tank is lockable to prevent any siphoning. The battery box is also lockable. Case knows that on-site time is also of the essence. It has therefore made sure that all daily service and check points can be accessed from ground level for quicker service and check times. The braking system on Case backhoe loaders uses the main hydraulic reservoir, so no separate filler is required. Operators can also use the Case Electronic Service Tool to diagnose issues and minimise down time. There is also a large volume fuel tank to ensure that Case backhoe loaders can stay on the job for longer.
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