N Series Backhoe Loaders

Case Construction Equipment

January 9, 2018 - Equipment

<p><em>Photo courtesy of Case</em></p>

Case Construction Equipment has introduced several machine enhancements to its N Series backhoe loaders, from cab and drivetrain improvements to enhancements to the hydraulic and electrical systems. CASE has also made standard several options that were previously optional, and now offers an increased suite of factory options on all N Series backhoe loaders.

CASE N Series backhoe loaders now feature an all-new Pilot Control hydraulic system, offering the operator more control in critical applications. Improvements have also been made to the hydraulic system in order to reduce cab noise.

The fuel economy package, which was previously optional, is now standard. Another feature now made standard is the Engine Protection Shutdown mode, which turns the engine off if engine temperature, drivetrain fluid temperature or engine oil pressure go out of normal operating range.

Several additional enhancements have been made throughout the product line, including:

  • Electrical system features that were previously optional — including a battery disconnect switch and jumpstart terminal — have been made standard on all N Series backhoes.
  • The drivetrain has been updated for improved roading and gradeability, as well as more pushing power under load and greater acceleration around the jobsite.
  • The machines also feature new externally adjustable Extendahoe wear pads that allow for easier maintenance and serviceability.

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