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Case Construction B-Series skid steer loaders

Upgrades to Case Construction’s B-Series range of skid steers and compact track loaders make them easier to maintain and more comfortable for the operator

Case SR240B skid steer loader

The team at Case Construction knows that landscaping work can come with an ever-growing list of projects, which is why updates to the company’s B-Series skid steer loaders and compact track loaders are designed with power and versatility in mind.

Case says the new upgrades take the B-Series to the next level, focusing on operator comfort, automation and ease of maintenance, and matching the industry’s high emissions standards.

Here is what is new across the range:

  • an air-suspended seat with heating and lumbar support
  • creep speed settings across the range, allowing operators to automate repetitive tasks by setting machine speed at a consistent, slow ‘creep’ and allowing them to focus on lifting and moving material
  • the 20cm (8-inch) Hawk display screen that sends critical data and machine settings right to the operator’s fingertips, including new backup camera footage for industry-leading visibility
  • a new Tier 4 engine produces fewer emissions and a revised machine design means all critical checks and service points are now

Here’s a closer look at two of Case’s most popular models, the SR240B and TR310B.

SR240B SKID STEER LOADER

A medium-frame loader with large frame power and performance, Case says that the SR240B is one of the most flexible machines in the landscaping industry, standing out from its competition with its radial lift, which allows it to lift and move one tonne of material at a time.

This rated operating capacity (ROC) is complemented by the optional high-flow hydraulics, allowing the versatile machine to operate hundreds of hydraulic attachments, which means landscapers get to use the best tool for the job without buying a new machine.

Case TR310B compact track loader

TR310B COMPACT TRACK LOADER

The high range, medium- sized TR310B compact track loader is “essentially a landscaper’s best friend”, Case says.

Built with a rubber track carriage, the TR310B is engineered to navigate job sites with more floatation and less ground pressure; perfect for lawns and muddy or sandy conditions.

With a ROC of 1.4 tonnes and high flow as standard, the TR310B provides significant versatility and power for its class.

Standard high-flow not only allows for better machine control but gives the loader more grunt, enabling landscapers to use attachments that require high-flow such as box graders and mulchers.

DECISIONS, DECISIONS

Knowing which option is right for you will depend on the application – skid steers provide more mobility on solid ground and are easier to handle than compact track loaders, and tyres are cheaper to replace and allow for a boost in speed of up to 5km/h.

However, conditions are not always perfect and with uneven terrain, wet or sandy conditions track loaders are built to tough it out.

Luckily, you can always ask the experts – the sales team at Case Victoria, Victoria’s only Case-owned dealer. Based in Dandenong, the team has over 60 years of experience between them and can help you take your landscaping projects to the next level with these upgraded B-Series models.

Call the Case Victoria team today on 03 8710 5000 or visit casevic.com.au for more information.

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