1221E Wheel Loader By Case Construction Equipment

At the 2008 CONEXPO-CON/AGG show, Case Construction Equipment announced the expansion of its E Series wheel loader line with the addition of the 1221E wheel loader. The new wheel loader features an electronically controlled Tier 3-certified engine that provides ample power to move more material per hour, a spacious cab that offers greater operator comfort and visibility, and easy maintenance for more productive hours on the job.

According to Case Construction Equipment..

Ideally suited for sand and gravel, stone and aggregates, roads and bridges and site preparation applications, the Case 1221E wheel loader has an operating weight of 30 metric tons (65,600 pounds) and a standard payload capacity of 7.6 cubic yards (5.7 m3).

The Case 1221E wheel loader is powered by a fully electronic, six-cylinder Tier III-certified Cummins engine that boasts 320 net horsepower (239 kW) at maximum performance.

The large, isolation-mounted cab on the 1221E is among the quietest in the industry, with an operator sound level of 72 dBa. Maximum operator adjustments increase operator comfort, productivity and visibility.

All the controls are at the operator’s fingertips with the standard single-lever joystick loader control with forward-neutral-reverse quick shuttle switch and transmission downshift button. A digital display records real-time data, shows diagnostic information and allows programming of operational modes.

Source: Case Construction Equipment


3 thoughts on “1221E Wheel Loader By Case Construction Equipment

  1. I love this construction Industry. Someday the construction maybe handled by robots. That’s what I’m thinking 100 years after. But for now we must live with selling this equipment. With the Komatsu and Caterpillar brand have made great construction.

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