Case Construction Equipment introduced the CX145D SR minimum-swing radius excavator to its D Series lineup.

Designed to provide ample digging and lifting power in a small footprint, the CX145D SR features a compact counterweight and modified boom placement. This results in easier transport and is ideal for restricted jobsite conditions, such as road and bridge work, utilities, urban construction, and landscaping applications.

With an operating weight of 32,100 lbs. and a 102 HP Tier 4 final engine, the CX145D SR offers bucket digging forces up to 21,400 ft.-lbs. and lift capacities up to 21,350 lbs. Options include a dozer blade configuration as well as the choice between either steel or rubber tracks depending on operating conditions and jobsite requirements.

An electronically controlled hydraulic pump and larger control and solenoid valves increase lifting capacities and improve responsiveness.

The Case CX145D SR excavator meets Tier 4 final emissions standards through a combination of selective catalytic reduction (SCR), cooled gas exhaust recirculation, and diesel oxidation catalyst (DOC) technologies, which helps maximize uptime and performance with minimal maintenance. There is no diesel particulate filter (DPF), no DPF regeneration, nor associated lifetime service costs.

Faster cycle times are achieved through an electronically controlled pump, a larger control valve, and multiple sensors.

The CX145D SR features a more spacious cab, excellent visibility, a standard fully-adjustable heated air-ride seat, ergonomic multifunctional controls, and a pressurized, viscous-mounted cab that reduces noise and vibration. A standard Bluetooth radio gives operators hands-free functionality.

Standard rear-view and side-view cameras feed a 7-inch widescreen monitor that also provides operators with real-time access to performance parameters, including fuel consumption, operating hours, and machine information. The optional Case Max View Monitor provides 270-degree visibility, improving jobsite safety and providing the operator full visibility of the machine’s surroundings.