New Case loader is user-friendly

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New Case loader is user-friendly

Case Construction Equipment has introduced the new 570N EP – a powerful yet efficient tractor loader optimised for loader and attachment use in site prep, landscaping, construction and agricultural applications.

Weighing in at just over five tonnes pounds and rated at 55kW, the 570N EP features Case’s particulate matter catalyst – a maintenance-free Tier 4 Final solution that requires no fluids or filter maintenance.

A three-point hitch and variable hydraulics (28.5 gallons/minute at 3,000 psi) help support and power rear attachments, while optional auxiliary hydraulics for loader-mounted equipment add to the machine’s versatility.

The 570N EP is also available with an optional factory-installed PTO (22kW), or an optional PTO-ready hydraulic setup – both of which include a high-torque, low-speed axle for optimal strength and performance. Additional options, such as auxiliary work lights, a fifth-spool auxiliary circuit for the three-point hitch valve and various counterweights add to the machine’s power and performance.

The 570N EP is one of the most steady and operator-friendly loaders in the industry. Ride Control effectively dampens the movement of the loader arms while roading, helping to reduce spillage and provide a smoother ride. Comfort Steer allows operators to manoeuvre quickly, even in confined areas, by taking only 1.5 turns of the steering wheel to go from lock-to-lock (compared to three turns on standard models).

Hydraulic and mechanical front quick coupler options give the owner plenty of choices for attachment use/compatibility. An enclosed cab with floor-to-ceiling glass and climate control system make the machine suitable for working year-round in all climates. 

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