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Case CX350B/CX470B/CX700B Excavators
June 18th, 2008
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Case Construction Equipment offers the CX350B, CX470B and CX700B in its CX B Series line of excavators. These models feature increases in fuel efficiency and productivity, as well as improved operator comfort and ease of maintenance. These excavators also feature electronically controlled, common rail Tier III-certified 7.8L Case engines which burn cleaner and more efficiently and deliver from 271 to 463 net hp (202kW to 345 kW). The CX350B has an operating weight of 79,065 lb (35,863 kg), a bucket digging force of 51,436 lb (228.8 kN) and a maximum dig depth of 24 feet 1 inch (7.34 m). The CX470B has an operating weight of 103,800 lb (47,083 kg), a bucket digging force of 55,528 lb (247 kN) and a maximum dig depth of 25 feet 4 inches (7.72 m). The CX700B has an operating weight of 153,400 lb (69,581 kg), a bucket digging force of 65,194 lb (290 kN) and a maximum dig depth of 27 feet 7 inches (8.40 m).
Increased fuel efficiency
These new CX B Series excavators deliver significant increases in fuel efficiency over the competition. The common rail fuel injection system, combined with the redesigned hydraulic system, delivers up to 7-percent better fuel efficiency.
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