Replacing the popular SR200, the Case SR210 radial-lift skid steer made its debut at ICUEE, offering what the company calls best-in-class breakout force (7,200 pounds), torque (232 foot pounds) and standard auxiliary hydraulic flows (24.2 gpm).
The 2,100-pound rated operating capacity model has a 74-horsepower Tier 4 Final cooled exhaust gas recirculation engine, featuring a particulate matter catalyst, made up of a diesel oxidation catalyst and a high-efficiency flow-through filter. The catalyst does not require manual regeneration. This emissions approach does not require a diesel particulate filter, and engine power has improved by 10 percent, says Case.
Case claims the lowest front entry cab threshold with the SR210. New electro-hydraulic EZ EH controls give operators the ability to quickly change between the Case “H” operating pattern and ISO controls. Nine preset speed and control setting can be changed on the fly, allowing different operators to set the machine to preferred operating conditions. The controls offer more “feel points,” which give the operator greater ability to feather controls.
The SR210 comes telematics ready, with a new electronic control module and CAN-bus capabilities for diagnostics monitoring. In the video above, Warren Anderson, Case Equipment’s brand marketing manager for skid steers, goes over the high points of this introduction.