Case introduces new Tier 4 Final CX350D hydraulic excavator

Niels Tholen - 9 September 2014

Case New Holland is introducing its first Tier 4 Final compliant D series hydraulic excavator. The CX350D will be equipped with Cooled Exhaust Gas Recirculation (CEGR) and Selective Catalytic Reduction (SCR) emission control technologies as well as a Diesel Oxidation Catalyst (DOC). These technologies are combined with a VG Turbo and high pressure injection system to help limit the formation of particulate matter.

New technologies on the CX350D allow the excavator to gain a 10% greater fuel efficiency, 3% greater drawbar pull, and improved responsiveness and multifunctional control.

The excavator is rated at 268 hp, provides maximum torque of 773 ft.-lbs and weighs in at 82,400 lbs (37,376 kg).

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