CASE LAUNCHES FOUR NEW LOADER/BACKHOES
Marringa added that Case loader/backhoes have always given contractors a solution for excavating, digging, carrying and loading. “A loader/backhoe’s versatility includes the ability to drive to a jobsite. The Case machines can travel at up to 24 miles per hour – and the over-center backhoe design makes travel smoother.”
New Cab Improves Visibility, Airflow, Comfort
Several new comfort and safety features in the N Series loader/backhoes boost operator productivity. Floor-to-ceiling windows provide superior visibility. New rear-quarter windows provide easy communication to the back of the machine and improve cross-ventilation comfort.
A new side lighting package helps illuminate the entire perimeter of the N Series machine, greatly enhancing operator and jobsite safety, and boosting productivity.
As in previous models, the N Series loader/backhoes include comfortable, adjustable operator seats and ergonomically placed controls along with all-season heating and air conditioning systems for increased operator comfort. The N Series cabs are also among the industry’s quietest – at 72 decibels – providing an environment in which the operator can concentrate on the task at hand.
Attachments Add Value
Case also offers a range of attachments for the N Series loader/backhoes, including hydraulic hammers, brooms, forks, augers and rakes. Case leads the industry in providing the only cab-activated hydraulic backhoe quick-coupler, hand-held hydraulics and loader quick-coupler options.
For additional loader/backhoe product specifications, customer testimonials, competitive comparisons, finance offers and more, please visit www.casece.com. For a Case loader/backhoe demonstration, see your local Case dealer.
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