Case has upgraded its largest excavator – the CX800B – to its B Series line of excavators.
The excavator features an electronically controlled, common rail Tier 3-certified 15.7L Isuzu engine which delivers 532 net hp. The common rail fuel injection system, combined with the redesigned hydraulic system, delivers increased fuel efficiency over the previous model.
The CX800B features regenerative hydraulics on the boom and arm, as well as the bucket curl, which speeds the cycle time required to get a bucket of dirt. Larger-diameter hydraulic cylinders deliver a breakout force of 74,187 pounds.
The cab features memorized operator adjustment, which automatically adjusts to the last settings selected by the operator. An optional air seat makes the operator even more comfortable. The CX800B has an operating weight of 178,575 pounds, a bucket capacity of 5.91 yd3, a bucket digging force of 96,668 pounds and a maximum dig depth of 35 feet. 262.636.6011, casece.com