Case's TV450 compact track loader meets Tier 4 Final emissions standards with a selective catalytic reduction (SCR) system.
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Case's TV450 compact track loader meets Tier 4 Final emissions standards with a selective catalytic reduction (SCR) system.

Photo courtesy of Case Construction Equipment

Case Construction Equipment’s all-new TV450 compact track loader (CTL) is a 10,610-lb. vertical-lift machine with a rated operating capacity of 4,500 lbs. at 50% tipping load. The largest Case CTL ever built, it features an industry-leading 9,188 lbs. of breakout force, and optional high-flow (3,450 psi at 39.5 gpm) and enhanced high-flow (4,000 psi at 35 gpm) hydraulics for high-power attachments such as mulching heads, stump grinders, and cold planers.

The Case TV450 is available in either standard mechanical (H Pattern) controls, or optional electro-hydraulic controls (H and ISO pattern interchangeability), as well as optional mechanical hand and foot controls. Case electro-hydraulic controls — EZ-EH — provide adjustable speed and control sensitivity settings that can adjust to meet the needs of each application and attachment, and operators are able to switch between H and ISO patterns via a simple rocker switch.     

Standard features include heavy-duty front and side lights, front cylinder guards, a heavy-duty rear door, remote oil and fuel filters, as well as debris ingression sealing to prevent material from entering the engine compartment. It also offers optional hydraulic one-way self-leveling and ride control for a smoother ride and greater material retention.  

It has one of the industry’s widest cabs and lowest entry thresholds for easy access to the cab and greater visibility to the front of the machine.

The Case TV450 meets Tier 4 Final emissions standards with a selective catalytic reduction (SCR) system that only requires diesel exhaust fluid — no maintenance or lifetime service related to diesel particulate filters is required. Operators can quickly access all routine service points, including the engine, filters, fill points, and all other service points through a single point of access at the rear of the machine.

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