Case unveils CX75C SR mid-size excavator at APWA showWayne Grayson | August 29, 2013
During the American Public Works Association (APWA) Congress and Exposition on Monday, Case unveiled its new CX75C SR mid-size excavator, according to a report from our sister site Better Roads.
The excavator is the first in its class with a Tier 4 Final engine with a diesel oxidation catalyst (DOC)-only cooled exhaust gas recirculation (CEGR) system.
Better Raods says the machine boasts a 5-percent improvement in fuel efficiency over previous models as well as a 7-percent faster cycle time; a 20-percent larger fuel tank; a 7-percent wider cab and a 9-percent increase in hydraulic power, compared to previous models.
Sounds good to us. No launch date was announced, but check out the Better Roads report for the full details on the machine including power, operating modes and attachment compatibility.
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