Case introduces its first mini track loader 

Case mini track loader

The stand-on mini track loader market is expected to expand rapidly in the next decade, as demand grows for landscaping, tree removal and other jobs that require travelling over existing turf without causing damage.

To meet growing demand, Case Construction Equipment is introducing the TL100 mini track loader (MTL). 

The TL100 features a rated operating capacity of 454 kg (35 per cent of tipping load), and will be available with numerous attachments and premium features. 

“We’re entering the MTL market with the weight and power of a global full-line manufacturer who has taken its time, researched the product demand and engineered a machine that is ready to deliver serious performance for landscapers, residential services contractors, utilities and farms. We also expect this to be extremely hot with rental businesses,” said Brady Lewis, Product Manager for Case Construction Equipment. 

“The compact size, ease of transportation and excellent attachment compatibility makes this an extremely dynamic addition to the Case product line and dealer network.”  

The 25 hp Case TL100 features hydraulic pilot controls (ISO pattern) and a powerful standard 50-litre-per-minute auxiliary hydraulic setup (2,700 psi) that delivers excellent attachment performance. 

Attachments connect through a Common Industry Interface (CII) compatible with most major manufacturers of mini track loader attachments. 

“We’ve also brought our commitment of hip pocket support that’s never more than a phone or tablet away with a five-year Case SiteWatch telematics subscription on each machine,” Lewis said.

“Making these technologies available as a standard offering to compact and sub-compact equipment owners bring their fleet management game to another level and opens the door to a deeper collaborative service and support relationship with their Case dealer.”

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Mini track loader options

Optional equipment on the TL100 mini track loader will be a 14-pin front electric connector that includes a hydraulic case drain circuit, multiple track widths, additional counterweights, environmentally friendly hydraulic oil and multiple bucket options. 

The TL100 mini track loader will become commercially available this year. 

“We are fully committed to this market and are excited to work with our dealer network to share these new, premium MTLs with fleet managers and business owners who thrive with compact equipment,” Lewis said.