Case unveiled its SR210 radial-lift skid steer at the 2013 International Construction and Utility Equipment Exposition (ICUEE), October 1-3 in Louisville, Kentucky.
The new machine replaces the popular SR200, our sister site, Equipment World, reports.
The SR210 is powered by a 74-horsepower Tier 4 Final cooled exhaust gas recirculation engine with a particulate matter catalyst, made up of a diesel oxidation catalyst and a high-efficiency flow-through filter. The SR210’s engine power is 10 percent better than that of the SR200.
The SR210 offers an operating capacity of 2,100 pounds, a breakout force of 7,200 pounds, 232 foot-pounds of torque and 24.2 gpm of standard auxiliary hydraulic flows.
Cab features include a low front entry cab threshold, new electro-hydraulic EZ EH controls that allow operators to quickly switch between the Case “H” operating pattern and ISO controls, as well as nine preset speed and control settings that allow the operator to quickly set operating conditions.
The telematics-ready machine also comes with a new electronic control module and CAN-bus capabilities for diagnostics monitoring.
For more details, including a video of the SR210 at ICUEE, read the full report at EquipmentWorld.com.