Case Construction Equipment has launched CX750D in its D-Series, now the largest and most powerful excavator in the lineup. The machine is powered by a 512 HP engine with Tier 4 Final engine which requires no diesel particulate filter (DPF). The new CX750D also has new designs for the boom, arm and undercarriage along with a larger cab.
The model is available in two versions:
Standard: This version weighs in at 158,300 pounds and is capable of 75,090 pounds of digging force when Power Boost is enabled.
Mass Excavation (CX750D ME): This version comes with a shorter boom and arm for greater breakout force. It weighs in at 159,600 pounds with the same digging force capabilities as standard version.
The company says the boom, arm and undercarriage on new excavator have been updated with a “more robust” design to provide the machine’s greater power and productivity on the site.
For the operators, they can select from three operating modes—Automatic, Heavy and Speed Priority, to adjust the machine performance to the nature of job of the project. Inside the new cab, operators will sit in a fully-adjustable workstation with a high-back seat. For monitoring rear- and side-view cameras come standard and are displayed on a 7-inch monitor.