Case CE launches new compact track loader

By |  September 28, 2021
Case Construction Equipment's new TV620B compact track loader is being touted as the "largest and most powerful" CTL ever built. Photo: Case CE

Case Construction Equipment is touting its new TV620B compact track loader (CTL) as the largest and most powerful CTL ever built. Photo: Case CE

Case Construction Equipment introduced the TV620B compact track loader (CTL), which the company says is the “largest and most powerful” CTL ever built.

The TV620B has a 114-hp and 6,200-pound rated operating capacity.

According to Case, it includes standard adjustable electrohydraulic controls, high-flow hydraulics, auto ride control, one-way self-leveling, a hydraulic coupler, an auto-reversing fan, LED lights and a one-year subscription to Case SiteWatch telematics.

“The industry has never seen a CTL like this, and we’re focused on delivering extreme power and performance matched with intuitive technologies that simplify owning and operating,” says George MacIntyre, product manager at Case CE. “The TV620B is built to simplify heavy work such as cold planing, mulching, heavy material handling and loading high-sided trucks.

“There’s no loader in the market today with this level of standard features and its combination of power, stability and performance,” MacIntyre adds. “It’s here to take on the big work.”

Operators of the TV620B will have access to the Case SiteConnect Module and can remotely connect and update software through the SiteManager app. They will also have access to the Case Uptime Center for collaborative fleet management between Case CE, the local Case CE dealer and the equipment owner.

Case CE says the TV620B leads the industry in major operational categories, including rated operating capacity (6,200 pounds), breakout force (12,084 pounds bucket; 12,907 pounds lift) and track length on the ground (74 in.).

The CTL also offers a selection of buckets, including an 84-in., 1.25-cu.-yd. bucket with SmartFit teeth that is specifically designed for use with other heavy-duty attachments.

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