Steinexpo 2017 to feature new Case mining and quarry solutions


Case is to focus on efficient practical solutions for the mining and quarry industries at this year’s Steinexpo, which takes place at Europe’s largest basalt quarry, near Homberg in Germany, on August 30-September 2, 2017.

Case will exhibit a number of models from its most recently launched ranges, as well as the new livery that celebrates its 175th anniversary. Equipped with Tier 4 Final (Euro IV) emission standard-compliant, maintenance-free engines with no diesel particulate filter, the machines on display will offer high performance and low running costs.

“The centrepiece of the Case display, which is set to make a big impression, is being kept tightly under wraps for now, but visitors will be able to get a first look at one of the larger wheel loaders from the recently launched new seven-model G Series range,” said a Case spokesperson.

“With its superior visibility and best-in-class windscreen size, we have designed these cabs with the operator ‘front of mind’ – comfort with premium control interface, a seat-mounted console and new joystick steering with speed proportional sensitivity.”

Visitors to the show will also be able to get up close to the D Series crawler excavators, equipped with more efficient hydraulics, which results in lower operating costs and improved fuel consumption. The spacious, iso-mounted cab includes a multi-functional widescreen monitor with a continuous rearview camera adding to the good visibility already provided.

May 26, 2017

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