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Case's new wheel loaders

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The 1021F and 1121F wheel loaders are sized for quarry, aggregate applications.

| April 25, 2011

LAS VEGAS – Case Construction Equipment today expanded its new F Series wheel loader product line with two all-new models, the 1021F and 1121F. The products expand the Case wheel loader line into a new size class. The machines are specifically engineered for quarry, aggregate and truck-loading applications.

“Case is taking the industry lead with the new F Series wheel loaders,” said Tim O’Brien, Case marketing manager. “We’ve launched these Case wheel loaders with new highly-efficient, high-horsepower engines and advanced SCR emissions technology. So the machines will respond faster and you’ll save fuel.”

O’Brien added that operators will boost their productivity with F Series enhancements like joystick steering, selectable power modes and a rearview camera. He also pointed out that Case is introducing an all-new hydro-mechanical transmission package. “This will provide additional fuel savings, faster acceleration and faster hydraulic cycle times. The bottom line is F Series wheel loaders will out-produce other machines at a lower cost," he said.

The two new F Series wheel loaders join the current 721F, 821F and 921F line up.
•    The 1021F features a 296 hp (221kW) engine, a 5.5-yd3 (4.2-m3) bucket, a dump height of 121 in (3075 mm) and an operating weight of 53,500 lb (24 318 kg).
•    The 1121F, rated at 320 hp (239 kW), has a 6.25-yd3 (4.8-m3) bucket, a dump height of 126 in (3200 mm) and an operating weight of 60,800 lb (27 636 kg).

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