The new Case TV370 compact track loader is designed for operators that may not need to run cold planers or high-volume mulching heads, but they still need to load higher trucks and lift heavy pallets.
With a 1,678 kg-rated operating capacity, the compact track loader combines maintenance-free emission simplicity with the capacity and stability of a large-frame vertical machine.
The 74-horsepower machine’s vertical-lift design makes it ideal for loading trucks, as well as lifting and placing heavier palletized materials.
“As the CTL market expands, there are no one-size-fits-all solutions,” said John Dotto, brand marketing manager for CASE. “The new TV370 gives contractors a 74-horsepower option in a large-frame vertical CTL that provides a high capacity, low ground pressure and stable platform for earthmoving, load and lift applications, and heavy attachments while utilizing a maintenance-free after-treatment system.”
The TV370 is suited for landscaping, utility, agricultural and rental applications where operators value lift capacity and strength, but may not require higher horsepower to run high-volume production attachments.
The machine provides ideal auxiliary hydraulics for traditional attachment use in standard (91 litres per minute at 100 per cent efficiency) and high-flow (142 litre per minutes at 100 per cent efficiency) hydraulic setups.
Additional operating highlights include a 3,980-kg bucket breakout force, and a 3.3 metre hinge pin height. At 1.9-metre-wide over the tracks, and on standard 45 cm wide tracks, the TV370 provides stability and the lowest standard ground pressure in its class for operating on varied terrain and sensitive ground, according to Case.
The TV370 offers one of the widest cabs in the industry, and low entry threshold for easy access and greater visibility down to the bucket or attachment. The cab-forward design combines with ultra-narrow wire side screens to provide 360-degree visibility. A large, rounded rear window and standard front and side lights also increase visibility.
The new compact track loader meets Tier 4 Final emissions standards through a DOC-only FPT engine that requires no additional fluids or intensive maintenance. Operators may easily access the engine, filters, fill points and all other primary service points through a single point of access. It also offers an easy-tilt cab for access to the drivetrain compartment.