CASE Construction Equipment introduces its new compact track loader (CTL), the TV620B. The company claims that this is the biggest and most powerful CTL ever built.
“The TV620B represents the most powerful, complete and intuitive CTL we’ve ever built, and certainly unlike anything the industry has seen — from the pure specs of it to the new control capabilities and the remote fleet management capabilities,” says George MacIntyre, product manager, CASE Construction Equipment. “This machine takes CTL capabilities to a whole new level no matter what industry you work in.”
This machine boasts an impressive 114 horsepower and 6,200-pound operating capacity, while meeting emissions regulations. Also, CASE integrates a new, exclusive feature known as the “hydraulics on demand” system.
Power and performance
CASE claims that the TV620B leads the industry in several major operational categories. These include operating capacity (6,200 pounds), breakout force (12,084 pounds bucket; 12,907 pounds lift) and track length on the ground (74 inches).
“The industry has never seen a CTL like this, and we’re focused on delivering extreme power and performance matched with intuitive technologies that simplify owning and operating,” says MacIntyre. “The TV620B is built to simplify heavy work such as cold planing, mulching, heavy material handling, and loading high-side trucks. There’s no loader on the market today with this level of standard features and its combination of power, stability, and performance — it’s here to take on the big work.”
Additionally, operators can put the power and performance of the TV620B to use with a variety of heavy-duty attachments. CASE offers an 84-inch bucket that boasts an 1.25 cubic yard capacity—specs that the company claims to be industry-exclusive. Other available attachments include mulching heads, cold planers and CASE’s new grading blade.
Also, according to the company, it will be releasing TV620B-exclusive attachments that make use of the hydraulic cooling capacity.
“The combination of strength, performance and stability of the TV620B is unmatched by any other machine, and provides a robust platform for working with larger buckets and high-capacity attachments,” says MacIntyre. “Heavy pallets, loading larger trucks, and running attachments that require enhanced-high-flow hydraulics are all handled with ease by this machine. The combination of track-on-ground, hinge pin height and reach at maximum dump height specs really make this a machine designed for loading trucks of all sizes.”
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The TV620B comes standard with adjustable electro-hydraulic controls. So, operators are able to set responsiveness to low, moderate or aggressive, depending on preference and application.
“Creep Speed” is a feature that allows operators to set the machine speed to a consistent, slow speed. Additionally, operators can independently set the attachment speeds, allowing for various uses and applications of the attachments.
“We are giving the operator more precise and intuitive control than they’ve ever had in a CASE CTL, and making the machine as simple to operate for as broad a range of applications as possible,” says MacIntyre.
Importantly, the CASE TV620B meets many emissions regulations. CASE achieves this with cooled exhaust gas recirculation (CEGR), diesel oxidation catalyst (DOC) and selective catalytic reduction (SCR) technologies. Also, it features no diesel particulate filter (DPF) and requires no regeneration.
“This emissions solution requires no downtime associated with regeneration, no lifetime service associated with a DPF, and is easy for the owner to manage,” says MacIntyre. “We’ve also integrated large diesel (30.8 gallons) and diesel exhaust fluid (3.3 gallons) tanks to extend working days when the job needs to get done.”