Case 570M XT Series 3 Encases Operators in Quieter Cab

Sun August 24, 2008 - National Edition
Construction Equipment Guide

Case Construction Equipment has introduced the 570M XT Series 3 loader/tool carrier with a new Tier III-compliant Case Family III turbocharged engine. The new engine delivers 79 net hp (59 kW), an increase of 8 percent over the previous series.

With greater loader lift capacity and breakout forces, the 570M XT Series 3 loader/tool carrier delivers fast cycle times, so operators can tackle more in less time, according to the manufacturer.

The 570M XT Series 3 features a single-lever loader control designed for easy effort and ergonomic comfort. Push-button differential lock and transmission declutch are located close at hand. An automatic self-leveling feature minimizes bucket spills as the operator raises the loader. The optional ride control helps cushion the loader arms to prevent spills when carrying full loads over rough terrain.

Case designed the 570M XT Series 3 cab with a spacious operator compartment with enhanced visibility to the loader bucket and box blade. An optional mechanical suspension seat with armrest and adjustable lumbar support increases comfort. The cab package reduces sound to a very low 76 db(A). For all-weather operation, the cab package includes heat and air-conditioning.

Servicing the Case 570M XT is easy with the tilt hood, vertical spin-on filters and grouped ground-line maintenance points.

The new Case loader/tool carrier also is versatile with a wide selection of buckets and attachments such as pallet forks, tree spades, snow blades, augers, scrap grapples, balers, brooms and box blades.

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