CASE Construction Equipment’s new B Series compact track loaders (CTLs) and skid steers are evolving how operators see and navigate their job sites all around B.C. and The Yukon—and you’re not going to want to miss out on the advantages these machines bring.
The five CTLs and eight skid steers comprising the new B Series of loaders deliver industry-leading 360-degree visibility thanks in large part to the eight-inch LCD multi-function display module, which comes standard on all electro-hydraulic models and can be added to mechanical configurations. This unit enhances the operator’s field of view through the savvy integration of the industry’s only backup camera that boasts a split-screen display complete with machine data. Notably, it operates in forward and reverse, gifting owners magnificent job site awareness at all times.
Aside from the backup camera, CASE Construction Equipment’s B Series CTLs and skid steers further enhance visibility via a standard cab-wide rearview mirror, expansive front window, low entry threshold, and curved rear window for exceptional sightlines. A low-profile rear hood rounds out the thoughtful design elements.
CASE Construction Equipment has made the next-generation the “now” generation with the introduction of their B Series compact track loaders (CTLs) and skid steers. The new models— five CTLs and eight skid steers—address varying size and horsepower classes, ensuring contractors throughout B.C. and The Yukon are ready for all that the workday holds. Moreover, these machines feature a host of improvements.
CASE B Series loaders have revamped the operator interface, modernizing the experience with push-button operation, left- and right-hand posts with simple ignition, streamlined throttle control, and the option of either electro-hydraulic, mechanical hand-and-foot, or standard mechanical machine specifications. Further, an all-new eight-inch LCD multi-function display with backup camera comes standard on electro-hydraulic models.
We’ll be digging deeper into the exciting features of the new B Series CTLs and skid steers, so keep your eyes on this space.