Although Case Construction Equipment is keeping its major ConExpo 2020 news under wraps until the show starts, it just released information on its new E Series rollers that will be on display in the North Hall, booth N11825.

The compact rollers include four double-drum models (DV23E, DV26E, DV36E and DV45E) and three combination (front drum and rear pneumatic tires) models (DV23CE, DV26CE and DV35CE) ranging from 33.5 to 43.9 horsepower.

(You can see what equipment makers have in store for ConExpo 2020 in our show preview page by clicking here, or by checking out the video embedded in this post.)

Working around tight quarters, curbs, structures and other obstacles the compact rollers are designed for small-to-mid-size jobs such as driveways, walking paths and commercial structures. The E Series replaces the entire previous compact line and gives operators the choice between three modes: loading, working and transport.

In addition, there are three single-drum soil compactors in the E-Series: SV207E, SV211E and SV213E, ranging from 75 to 134 horsepower and 14,310 to 27,730 pounds. The units have a new frame design, cab/open ROPS configurations, optional front dozer blade, redesigned engine compartment and improved cooling package.

The company will also showcase a number of previously announced products at the show.

These products include Case’s B Series skid steers and compact track loaders, which took the spotlight during the recent World of Concrete.

The B Series offer redesigned operator interface, including a distinctive 8-inch LCD split-screen display and smaller-head joysticks for additional operator comfort.

Case will also showcase its Project Tetra concept wheel loader, unveiled at last year’s Bauma show. Featuring a distinctive concept design, Tetra’s engine can run on natural gas, biomethane or liquified natural gas and is a joint project between Case and its sister company FPT Industrial.

Another highlight is the DL550, designated as Project Minotaur at ConExpo 2017, which has been in field testing.

Other products on display will include:

  • Case N Series backhoe loaders recently received a refresh, and now include PowerBoost functionality, a new PowerDrive transmission upgrade with Direct Drive and a factory-installed thumb. With a push of a button on the left-hand joystick PowerBoost gives operators a momentary boost of increased hydraulic power without decreasing engine rpm, designed for digging in hard clay, rock and frost as well as other tough conditions.
  • The 268-horsepower CX350D long-reach excavator features a elongated boom and arm and additional counterweight for increased digging capacities in deep and long-distance applications. The extended arm and boom provide a maximum dig radius of 61 feet 3 inches, and a maximum dig depth of 46 feet 3 inches.