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Compact footprint on power excavator

2000 case cx245 dsr excavator

Case Construction Equipment has launched the CX245D SR minimum-swing radius excavator to its D Series line-up. Designed to provide increased digging and lifting power in confined work areas, the CX245D features a compact counterweight and modified boom placement.

This minimises the machine’s footprint, resulting in a highly productive and manoeuvrable excavator that is ideal for restricted conditions, such as road and bridge work, residential projects and urban construction.

With an operating weight of 26 tonnes and a 160hp Tier 4 Final/Stage IV engine, the CX245D SR offers more bucket digging forces and lift capacity compared with the previous model.

Each D Series vehicle is built to provide operational gains, including decreased cycle times, improved responsiveness, multifunctional controls and greater fuel efficiency. An electronically controlled hydraulic pump and larger control and solenoid valves increase lifting capacities and improve responsiveness.

The excavator meets Tier 4 Final/Stage IV emissions standards by combining selective catalytic reduction and diesel oxidation catalyst technologies, which helps to maximise working hours and performance, with minimal maintenance.

Its five integrated control systems make the best use of the machine’s hydraulic power and momentum, resulting in added strength, maximum power and fuel efficiency.

The CX245D SR also offers best-in-class cab space, and a pressurised and iso-mounted cab that keeps noise and vibration down. A standard Bluetooth radio gives operators hands-free functionality.

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