CASE at Steinexpo
25 May 2017
As in previous years CASE will once again be exhibiting at Steinexpo which takes place in Europe’s biggest basalt quarry near to Homberg in Germany, from the 30th August to 2nd September.
CASE’s line-up will include several models from the company’s most recently launched ranges, which will also display the manufactures’ new livery that celebrates their 175th Anniversary.
The focus will be on machines that offer practical and highly efficient solutions for the mining and quarry industry. Equipped with CASE’s exceptionally fuel-efficient Tier 4 Final (Euro IV) maintenance-free technology and no DPF. These machines offer high productivity, great performance and low running costs, plus industry leading operator comfort and safety levels.
The centrepiece of the CASE display which is set to make a big impression is being kept tightly under wraps for now, but visitors will be able to get a first look at one of the larger wheel loaders from the recently launched new seven-model G Series range. With its superior visibility and best-in-class windscreen size, CASE has designed these cabs with the operator ‘front of mind’ - comfort with premium control interface, a seat-mounted console and new joystick steering with speed proportional sensitivity. The new G Series range also offers superior payload to weight ratio for maximum productivity. There is also a pressurised cab with HEPA and active carbon filtration options and for increased security they are password protected.
There will also be the opportunity to have a close look at one of the new D Series crawler excavators, renowned for their performance and durability. All the models in this range offer high productivity and faster cycle times. This is achieved with the new, more efficient hydraulics, resulting in lower operating costs and improved fuel consumption. There is ultimate comfort for the operator due to the spacious pressurised and iso-mounted cab, which also has an excellent interior layout, and the large multifunctional widescreen monitor with its continuous rear view camera adds to the already excellent all round visibility.
Haulage specialist IVECO Astra, who is part of the CNH Industrial family will also have one their latest trucks on display.
Source: Alarcon & Harris