Compact Equipment

JUL 2018

Compact Equipment is a magazine dedicated to equipment owners and operators of small, nimble, tool-carrying construction, landscape and ag equipment — such as skid steers, mini excavators, compact tractors, generators compressors and beyond.

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C ase Construction Equipment offers seven mini excavators: the CX17C, CX26C, CX33C, CX30C, CX37C, CX57C and CX60C. This updated of- fering expands the Case mini excavator lineup to its broadest range of sizes ever and provides a more comprehensive and feature-driven com- pact excavator solution to the construction, landscaping, utility and rental markets. The CX57C and CX60C offer best-in-class horsepower and provide greater power and performance than any previous Case mini excavators. Each model features a variety of standard features designed to improve productivity and performance. Offered in zero tail swing, short-radius or conventional configurations, C Series mini excavators feature an adjustable boom with the ability to offset left or right to work closer to buildings and obstacles. The CX17C features a variable-width undercarriage and adjustable blade capable of passing through most common gates and for working on confined jobsites, close to buildings and in developed areas. Weighing 7,990 lbs and with bucket digging forces up to 4,470 ft-lbs, the CX37C is a versatile machine — powerful enough for tough jobs but nimble enough to access more confined areas. In addition to that, like all C Series models — with the exception of the CX57C and CX60C — it can be towed with a pickup truck without the need for a CDL (depending on lo- cal and state regulations). Standard proportional con- trols provide precision control of all attachments with the ease- of-thumb control, while a stan- dard auxiliary flow diverter valve (CX17C to CX37C) allows the operator to easily switch between single and bi-directional flow for use with a variety of attach- ments. An easy-to-use pattern selector also comes standard, al- lowing operators to choose their control pattern preference for optimum productivity. A standard Auto-Shift travel system provides operator comfort and convenience by securing travel speed and torque as ground conditions change. All C Series mini excavators also feature standard auxiliary hydraulics for easy thumb and attachment setup, as well as standard boom and blade guarding. The CX57C and CX60C come standard with an LCD touchscreen with up-to-the-minute machine perfor- mance data and intuitive access to machine settings. The C Series mini excavators provide a spacious, stress-free operator environ- ment and feature all-around visibility, ergonomic controls, adjustable seating and line-of-sight digital displays for improved operator comfort. 59 Model Engine Horsepower Net HP Max. Digging Depth Max. Reach At Ground Level Bucket Breakout Force Operating Weight (Ground Pressure) CX17C 16 hp 7 ft, 3 in. 10 ft, 8 in. 3,490 lbs 3,910 lbs (3.98 psi) CX26C 23 hp 7 ft, 11 in. 12 ft, 4 in. 4,740 lbs 5,520 lbs (4.3 psi) CX30C 24 hp 8 ft, 2 in. 14 ft, 10 in. 4,520 lbs 6,020 lbs (3.8 psi) CX33C 24 hp 9 ft, 11 in. 14 ft, 3 in. 6,900 lbs 7,110 lbs (3.98 psi) CX37C 24 hp 10 ft, 3 in. 14 ft, 11 in. 6,900 lbs 7,990 lbs (4.83 psi) CX57C 65 hp 12 ft, 6 in. 17 ft 9,550 lbs 12,050 lbs (4.8 psi) CX60C 63 hp 11 ft, 9 in. 16 ft, 8 in. 9,190 lbs 12,940 lbs (5.12 psi) E X C A V A T O R S Advice to Buyers "Technology is allowing equipment owners to moni- tor equipment hours, machine maintenance intervals and the location of their equip- ment with the use of telemat- ics systems. This helps keep machines running longer by tracking machine use in real time," says Ed Brenton, brand marketing manager, Case Con- struction Equipment. "Any- thing that can be adjusted in- side the cab of the machine is also a big help to the end-user, such as the ability to change auxiliary flows for different at- tachments." Case Seven Compact Machines Offer Precision, Versatility and Operator Comfort

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