Meet the ‘largest, most powerful compact track loader ever built’

By Jenny LescohierSeptember 28, 2021

Case’s newest CTL has a rated operating capacity of 6,200 lbs, breakout force of 12,084 lbs bucket/12,907 lbs lift, and track length on the ground of 74 inches

Case Construction introduces what it claims is the “largest and most powerful compact track loader ever built” at The Utility Expo this week. It weighs in at 16,000 lbs.

George MacIntyre, product marketing manager at Case explained what this means to operators. “The TV620B features industry-leading rated operating capacity, bucket and lift breakout force, and track length on the ground. We’ve also added more features standardization to this machine than you’ve ever seen in a Case CTL.”

Case’s newest CTL has a rated operating capacity of 6,200 lbs, breakout force of 12,084 lbs bucket/12,907 lbs lift, and track length on the ground of 74 inches.

Prior to this introduction, Case’s largest CTL was the 10,600-lb TV450B with a 4,500-lb rated operating capacity.

The TV620B can reach a maximum dump height of 39 inches, and with the machine’s 140.2-inch hinge pin height, it can load larger, high-sided trucks.

Standard features now include adjustable electro-hydraulic controls, hi-flow hydraulics, auto ride control, one-way self-leveling, a hydraulic coupler, a programmable hydraulically reversing fan, LED lights, the new SiteConnect module, as well as a one-year subscription to Case SiteWatch telematics. 

Adjustable electro-hydraulic controls allow operators to set total machine responsiveness to low, moderate or aggressive, or independently set tilt, lift and drive speed, as well as loader arm and drive control to best meet the demands of the job. 

The TV620B also comes with a new 1.25-cu-yd heavy-duty bucket designed just for this machine.

MacIntyre noted the new CTL has the same advantages the rest of the Case B Series offers, including a new operator interface, 360-degree visibility, an 8-inch LCD multi-function display that includes “the industry’s only rear-view camera visible in split screen display with machine data.”

Exclusive to the TV620B is all-new hydraulic on-demand performance that allows the operator to select the percentage of auxiliary hydraulic load to the attachment. “Dial in performance to personal preferance or to manufacturer’s recommendations,” MacIntyre said.

Additionally, the foot pedal can be set three ways: traditional acceleration, traditional deceleration and ‘Trans Mode,’ which reduces drive speed but retains rpm for loader arm functions.

Made in Wichita, Kansas, the TV620B uses a combination of cooled exhaust gas recirculation (CEGR), diesel oxidation catalyst (DOC) and selective catalytic reduction (SCR) technologies, so it needs no diesel particulate filter (DPF) and requires no regeneration. 

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