The Case 570N XT loader/tool carrier features a Case turbocharged engine rated at 78 net hp (58 kW) that delivers a minimum five-percent increase in fuel efficiency and faster response times than previous models, while achieving Tier IV Interim certificat
Case Construction Equipment has launched the 570N XT loader/tool carrier, offering enhanced fuel economy and productivity, along with superior breakout force and reach, according to the manufacturer.
The Case 570N XT loader/tool carrier achieves Tier IV Interim certification through the use of cooled exhaust gas recirculation (CEGR) technology and a diesel particulate filter. The machine features a Case turbocharged engine rated at 78 net hp (58 kW) that delivers a minimum five-percent increase in fuel efficiency and faster response times than previous models, while meeting current emission standards.
“The Case 570N XT combines proven emission-control technology with a slightly smaller, more efficient engine to achieve better fuel economy. It delivers Tier IV Interim certification, without sacrificing power or productivity,” said Katie Pullen, Case brand marketing manager. “The new model also offers important enhancements to the operator environment and delivers on the well-earned Case reputation for ease of serviceability.”
The Case 570N XT boosts productivity and efficiency by retaining more material during the dump cycle. To help reduce material spillage during roading, Case offers the 570N XT with optional ride control. The three-point hitch with variable-flow hydraulics delivers greater precision and lift capacities. An optional hydraulic power takeoff and dual tilt on the box blade provide more versatility and ditching capabilities.
The Case 570N XT loader/tool carrier offers the same powertrain components that are standard on the Case brand’s N Series loader/backhoes, including the engine, axles, four-speed transmission and power-assist brakes. Four-wheel drive is a standard feature on the 570N XT.
“With power-assist brakes, the operator doesn’t need to apply full force to stop the machine,” said Pullen. “This not only extends the brake life, it also reduces operator fatigue.”
Designed to perform a variety of applications for landscaping, construction and utility contractors, as well as agricultural applications, the Case 570N XT has an operating weight of 12,898 lb. (5,851 kg), bucket breakout force of 9,271 lb. (41,239 N) and hinge pin height of 11 ft. 3 in. (3.41 m). The machine’s front loader features an optional hydraulic quick coupler to easily connect and disengage buckets and other attachments.
Design Maximizes Operator Control, Comfort, Visibility
The Case 570N XT puts full control at the operator’s fingertips with an integrated loader control panel. A low-profile canopy option assures operators of visibility from the seat. The optional, air-conditioned cab with floor-to-ceiling glass enhances both comfort and visibility for the operator.
The operator seat swivels 15 or 30 degrees to the side to reduce fatigue during three-point hitch operation. Specially designed rear fenders on the 570N XT provide maximum visibility to rear attachments, according to the manufacturer.
Easy Serviceability Speeds Daily Maintenance
The Case 570N XT simplifies daily maintenance to maximize uptime. No-tool forward-tilting hood, vertical spin-on filters and grouped, ground-level service checks streamline engine access and routine maintenance. Service technicians can maintain axles and brakes easily without complete disassembly.
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