Case Construction Equipment’s E Series single drum vibratory soil compactors include three new models ranging in max operating weight from 18,520 lbs. (SV207E) up to 33,400 lbs. (SV213E). Features include best-in-class centrifugal forces, an advanced self-adjusting torque control system, and the most climbing power in the industry, according to the company.
Replacing Case’s previous lineup of single drum soil compactors, the E Series features several design improvements including a new frame design, new cab/open ROPS configurations, Tier 4 Final engines, an optional front dozer blade for grading assistance, redesigned engine compartments, an improved cooling package, and optimized hydraulic and electrical routing for improved serviceability.
The SV207E, particularly, features a new compact rear design and a smaller-diameter roller with a thicker shell that improves overall performance, fuel efficiency, rear visibility, maneuverability (shorter turning radius), and transportation.
The new models include:
- SV207E Soil Compactor: (75 hp; 14,310 lbs.)
- SV211E Soil Compactor: (134 hp; 23,940 lbs.)
- SV213E Soil Compactor: (134 hp; 27,730 lbs.)
Able to climb grades of up to 67% (with the automatic traction control option), E Series compactors feature a low-center-of-gravity axle-free design that provides constant power to the wheels and drum with an electronic self-adjusting torque control system.
With centrifugal forces ranging from 14,387 lbs. up to more than 64,000 lbs., and standard dual amplitude/frequencies, the E Series is suitable for compacting a wide range of lift heights and depths completed in fewer passes for increased productivity. Performance on rough, uneven terrain is improved with an oscillating articulated roller joint that maintains consistent drum-to-ground contact, and an updated drum design reduces drift and maintains constant compaction throughout each rotation.
Available options include a padfoot drum, padfoot shell kit, front dozer blade, and the automatic traction control system that provides increased torque and speed over the standard hydrostatic drive system.