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Four Case compact excavators — the Case CX278, CX31B, CX36B and CX50B — have been upgraded to Tier 4 certification. This upgrade delivers more efficient power and faster cycle times to get the operator quickly through the toughest jobs. Featuring Tier 4 certified Yanmar engines, the Case CX B Series compact excavators range from 5,566 to 10,261 lb (2,520 to 4,660 kg) and deliver from 21.3 to 39.8 net hp (15.9 to 29.3 kW). These models provide bucket digging forces up to 7,936 lb (3,600 kg) and maximum dig depths from 8 feet 4 inches (2.54 m) to 11 feet 9 inches (3.59 m). These machines are all zero tail swing (ZTS) machines and have a small footprint in comparison, but they are packed with big excavator features. Case compact excavators turn 360 degrees with no part of the upper structure extending beyond the tracks, and are as easy to trailer as a skid steer.