Case Construction Equipment has expanded its mini excavator C Series line with the CX30C.
With an operating weight of 2,731 kg and a 24.8 hp Tier 4 Final engine, the CX30C features a bucket digging force of 2,050 kg.
The CX30C expands the Case mini excavator lineup to its broadest range of sizes to date, and provides a more comprehensive and feature-driven compact excavator for landscaping, construction, utility and rental markets.
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The new machines feature a zero-tail swing, short-radius or conventional design, adjustable boom offset for operation in congested areas and an auto-shift travel system for operator convenience in varying terrain.
An auxiliary hydraulic system with standard proportional controls, shut-off valve and easy-to-select joystick control patterns help boost productivity. Like all C Series models — with the exception of the CX57C and CX60C — the CX30C may be towed with a pickup truck, without the need for a Commercial Drivers License (CDL).
Standard mini excavator features
Standard proportional controls provide precise movement of all attachments with the ease-of-thumb control, while a standard auxiliary flow diverter valve allows the operator to switch between single and bi-directional flow.
A pattern selector is also standard, allowing operators to select control pattern preference for optimum productivity.
Furthermore, the auto-shift travel system enhances operator comfort by securing travel speed and torque as ground conditions change. All C Series mini excavators also feature standard auxiliary hydraulics for easy thumb and attachment setup, as well as standard boom and blade guarding.
The C Series mini excavators feature all-around visibility, ergonomic controls, adjustable seating and line-of-sight digital displays for improved operator comfort.
All models feature easy-to-open panels for easy maintenance and repair, as well as grouped ground-level service checkpoints for easy and convenient daily maintenance. The C Series mini excavators also feature spacious, wide-opening compartments for access to the engine, control valves and radiator.