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Checklist for cold weather operation

Use the best fuel Make sure you are using high quality winter diesel fuel.  The fuel conditioner should match the type of fuel you are using (e.g., low sulfur) and should be approved by manufacturer.   Check starting devices Check to make sure block heaters and cold...

Machine Winterization Tips

Follow these best practices to make sure your machine is ready for winter. Check chain tanks, final drives, swing gear baths and gear boxes for water Check the label to make sure you’re using coolant that complies with ASTM standard D-621, with a freeze point low...

Winterization Inspection

Winter Storage Avoid permanent damage by identifying potential problems now Winter Operation Avoid 2 a.m. breakdowns with service before the snow falls Winterization Includes Change engine oil and fuel filters Lube chassis Load test battery and test alternator Check...

Case Announces New SV340 Skid Steer

CASE Construction Equipment introduces the new SV340 skid steer – the company’s most powerful skid steer ever built. Rated at 3,400 pounds operating capacity and featuring a bucket breakout force of 9,531 pounds, the new vertical-lift skid steer continues the CASE...

Skid Steer Winterization Tips

Cold weather does funny things to construction equipment. If you plan to operate your skid steer throughout the winter, here are a few tips to keep in mind when preparing for cold weather.

Coolant Tips

Coolant is important in your equipment’s cooling systems to prevent freezing, overheating, corrosion, cavitation, and rust. A periodic coolant analysis can provide important information about the health of your machine.