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Case Offers Articulated Trucks

Wed August 24, 2011 - National Edition
Construction Equipment Guide


The Case 327B and 330B articulated trucks feature more horsepower, an ergonomically designed cab and a variety of service and maintenance features. They also feature the same technology as the rest of the Case 300 Series ADT line, such as an integrated differential, variable geometry turbocharger, auto warm-up system and self-diagnosed fluid-level checks.

The certified, electronically controlled Case 10-L engines provide greater performance, efficiency and reduced emissions. The four-stroke, turbocharged, air-to-air cooled diesel engines utilize unit injectors that increase the pressure of fuel entering each cylinder, above and beyond the pressure coming off the common rail. The engines also feature a variable geometry turbocharger that provides an optimized air-to-fuel mixture for peak performance to move more material per hour, according to the manufacturer.

The fully adjustable, ergonomically designed operator environment provides excellent comfort and visibility for increased productivity. Machine operation is made easy with a choice of automatic or manual modes.

Mounted directly under the center of the cab, the front driveline is equipped with a front suspension system to absorb shocks from rough terrain and provide a more comfortable ride.

In addition to the long, sloping hood design that offers enhanced forward visibility, the 327B and 330B also feature a floor-to-ceiling glass cab door, providing more visibility to the side. The upper window in the new glass door opens for ventilation while controlling dust entry into the cab.

Along with swing-out fenders and flip-forward hood, the Case 327B and 330B articulated trucks offer a tilt cab that gives service technicians accessibility to the drivelines, transmission, hydraulic valves and lines, so preventative maintenance checks are completed with minimal effort.

Maintenance checks are performed at ground level, with fluid sight glasses and access panels mounted on the hood. An automatic lubrication system continuously greases all lubrication points from a central distribution block.

The 327B and 330B models retain the wide frame and low dump body. The wider bottom of the bed provides a lower center of gravity and increased stability. This design provides room for the dump cylinders to be housed inside the frame, which protects them from the elements better than cylinders mounted outside the frame, according to the manufacturer..

For more information, visit www.casece.com.

This story also appears on Truck and Trailer Guide.




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