Case E Series Features New Engine, Cooling Package

Sun August 24, 2008 - National Edition
Construction Equipment Guide

The repowered 3.2-L Tier III-certified Case engine on Case 21E, 121E, 221E and 321E compact wheel loaders feature a new cooling package for greater productivity. Plus, the new engines deliver between 54 and 82 net hp (40.3 and 61.1 kW) to move more material per hour.

Located at the back of the wheel loader, the high-efficiency cooling package provides better service accessibility and greater air flow across the coolers. This increases cooling efficiency, reduces fluid breakdown and extends component life.

The flip-up rear hood on Case compact wheel loaders provides ground line access to the engine and all recommended daily checkpoints. Fluid sight gauges are positioned at eye level; and the dual element air filter can be checked without tools. Oil changes are effortless with a spin-on oil filter and remote drain. The wheel loader engines are fully serviceable by the more than 350 Case dealer locations across North America.

Case E Series compact wheel loaders also are equipped with the standard skid steer compatible coupler. With more than 75 attachments available, this makes the machines ideally suited for a variety of landscaping, industrial material handling and residential construction applications.

In addition to the Case E Series compact wheel loaders, Case offers a complete line of full-sized wheel loaders.

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