Case Construction Equipment’s line of skid-steer loaders now meets the federal Tier 4 Final emission standard with upgrades to four products in its Alpha Series line.
The SR175 (pictured) and SV185 medium-frame skid steers meet the mandate with new engine technology and a diesel oxidation catalyst (DOC) solution only, making it more convenient and efficient for operators.
- Designed for radial-path lift and vertical-path lifting
- SR175 boasts a 21% higher peak torque rise at 1,800 RPM compared to the previous model, and goes from 60 to 67 gross hp, a 12% increase
- SV185 remains at 60 gross hp, but has 7% more torque than the previous version
The SR130 and SR160 compact-frame skid steers meet Tier 4 Final status using the more typical cooled exhaust gas recirculation (CEGR) with diesel particulate filter (DPF).
- SR130 features a 2.2-liter ISM engine and moves from 46 to 49 gross hp, also gets a 9.6% torque boost while maintaining its dimensions
- SR160 delivers 7% more rated operating capacity and 17% more horsepower than the SR150
The large-frame SR220 and SV250 skid steers move to Tier 4 Interim with CEGR and DPF technology.
- Both retain their 82 gross hp engine but receive a 14.2% increase in torque which makes them more powerful than the Tier 3 version of the larger 90-hp Case skid steer models