Human beings are known for a myriad of different things, but most importantly, they are known for getting better on a consistent basis. This tendency to improve, no matter the circumstances, has brought the world …
Human beings are known for a myriad of different things, but most importantly, they are known for getting better on a consistent basis. This tendency to improve, no matter the circumstances, has brought the world some huge milestones, with technology emerging as quite a major member of the group. The reason why we hold technology in such a high regard is, by and large, predicated upon its skill-set, which guided us towards a reality that nobody could have ever imagined otherwise. Nevertheless, if we look beyond the surface for one hot second, it will become abundantly clear how the whole runner was also very much inspired from the way we applied those skills across a real world environment. The latter component, in fact, did a lot to give the creation a spectrum-wide presence, and as a result, initiated a full-blown tech revolution. Of course, the next thing this revolution did was to scale up the human experience through some outright unique avenues, but even after achieving a feat so notable, technology will somehow continue to bring forth the right goods. The same has turned more and more evident in recent times, and assuming one new construction-themed development ends up with the desired impact, it will only put that trend on a higher pedestal moving forward.
CASE Construction Equipment has officially confirmed its intention to exhibit several new machines at the 2023 Utility Expo in Louisville. According to certain reports, the company will use this opportunity to mark a re-entry into wheeled excavators market. First announced back in March, these excavators will be geared towards helping crews who need more maneuverable machines for today’s constricted urban jobsites. On a more granular level, they will come decked with the ability to clock up to 25 mph in speed, while simultaneously offering the same powerful hydraulic performance and massive attachment flexibility as the steel-track counterparts alternatives. However, the feature on which CASE’s new E series excavators separate themselves from the rest is that they will ensure significantly lower total cost of ownership than machines with a steel track and undercarriage, thus enhancing the cost viability of an otherwise expensive construction operation.
“The new CASE wheeled excavators bring a whole new dimension to our E Series excavator lineup, offering invaluable benefits in terms of flexibility, performance, efficiency and serviceability,” said Diego Butzke, product manager at North America of CASE Construction Equipment. “These five new wheeled models give utility teams the versatility, agility and power they need to take on the toughest jobsite challenges”
Next up, CASE will introduce its new Construction King backhoe models. Here, the spotlight is likely to be on the side-shift backhoe, which lets operators shift the boom left or right to give them the visibility they need to work safely and efficiently. Another detail worth a mention about these backhoe models is that they are fully compatible with numerous attachments so to hand construction crews an uninterrupted access of a big toolkit for improving productivity, speed, and accuracy across highly varied jobs. Hold on, we are far from done here, as CASE will also showcase during the exhibition its latest round of dozer enhancements to the CASE M Series. Here, the idea is to help contractors in clocking greater precision, reliability and control than ever before. These electro-hydraulic controls are meant to let the operator of any skill level set steering and shuttle settings to smooth, moderate or aggressive, whichever fits best with the given operation. Notably enough, CASE Universal Machine Control is also available with the said machines, and that basically means they can leverage machine control solutions from any of the three major suppliers of precision construction technology. In case you still aren’t convinced, then we must acknowledge how each and every dozer will be made available alongside factory-fit solutions from Leica Geosystems, who will be on-site at the booth to simplify the ordering and setup process.
“When we set out to make our strong dozer offering even stronger, we did so with an operator-first mindset,” said Jeremy Dulak, product manager of North America at CASE Construction Equipment. “With these latest enhancements, CASE M Series dozers are more comfortable, more precise and more intuitive to operate than ever, making it easier for operators to dominate the jobsite all day long.”
Lastly, following the EV trend, CASE will unveil its latest electric models, the CX25EV all-electric mini excavator set to launch in 2024. This electric excavator will boast same power and performance as diesel-powered machines, except the equipment involved here is much easier to charge, transport, and service. Mind you, the incentives mentioned are duly joined by other innate benefits i.e. zero on-site emissions, minimal noise, and relatively lower maintenance costs.
“Like all our machines, we designed these new and enhanced models with practical innovation based on contractors’ needs today and where we see the industry evolving. We’ve done this so utility teams and construction contractors are best prepared to tackle their toughest jobsite challenges and improve their business with the right machines, with the right attachments, at the right time,” said Terry Dolan, vice president of North America at CASE Construction Equipment.
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