Product feature: Case G Series wheel loaders

The G Series takes the F Series platform and introduces more industry-leading features

The new Case G Series

After 63 years of wheel loader production, Case Construction has released the next series of highly sought-after machines. The G Series takes the F Series platform and introduces more industry-leading features, the manufacturer says.

The year 1987 saw the introduction of the Case Cooling-Cube system, which shifted the engine to the rear of the machine and brought the intercooler, engine, transmission, and hydraulic coolers forward behind the cab, arranged in a cube shape.

The G Series takes the F Series platform and introduces more industry-leading features

This meant none of the coolers were stacked together. The introduction of the reversing fan solidified the Case Cooling-Cube as a leading design being the optimal way to keep the machines cool, reducing maintenance and downtime, due to the radiators working at maximum efficiency.

That change led to the engine sitting at the back of the machine allowing the engine to act as an extra counterweight, meaning Case loaders are designed to lift more payload than other equivalent machines, its manufacturer says.

Owners quickly found more payload with a smaller machine equals a lower running cost with an increased return on investment. This design change also allowed easier access to the engine for regular maintenance and daily checks at ground level.

The latest G Series features a brand-new operator platform and moves to an FPT’s patented HI SCR 2 Stage 5 system. Moving the dash monitor on to a brand-new pillar mounted eight-inch display and replacing the three-piece windscreen with a single rounded piece of glass offers more visibility.

Combined with a low sloping rear bonnet and built-in reversing camera, the operator can know exactly what’s going on around the machine all the time. Add premium air seat mounted console, electro-hydraulic controlled joystick, built-in proportional auxiliary sliders, new system control keypad, and the operator has everything in close reach.

The optional integrated payload weighing system increases accuracy for loading out, making sure the optimal weight is achieved every time and is easily monitored through the Case Sitewatch portal.

Furthermore, the optional joystick steering and adaptive sensitivity across all electrohydraulic controls means the machine can be set up to suit all wheel loader operations.

Combine all those features with an efficient powertrain that allows the engine to produce the horsepower required to achieve maximum daily production with minimal fuel use, plus industry-leading 1000 hours scheduled service intervals and the G Series’ running costs are sure to keep Kiwi owners happy.

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