Case 580 Loader Backhoe Specifications

by Andrew Cohen

The Case 580 Loader Backhoe is a machine that is used for commercial, agricultural and industrial applications. Case is a North American company that operates out of Illinois. The large front bucket of the 580 can be used for demolition and hauling, and the backhoe is capable of digging and lifting heavy payloads.

Engine Specifications

The Case 580 Loader Backhoe has a 272-cubic inch, four-cylinder engine. The net power rating of this engine is 90 horsepower and the gross power rating is 95 horsepower. The horsepower measurements are maximized when the engine is operating at 2,200 revolutions per minute. The net torque rating is 289 foot-pounds when operating at 1,500 RPM. This engine has a tier-two emissions rating, which is given by the EPA.

Loader Specifications

The loader bucket of the Case 589 can hold a maximum of 0.87 cubic yards and it is 82 inches wide. The breakout force is 9,164 pounds. The maximum capacity that the bucket can be loaded with and lifted to full height is 6,182 pounds. The bucket can dump the load at a maximum of 8 feet, 8 inches. At the full height, the bucket can be extended 2 feet 5 inches. The maximum dig depth is 5 feet, 9 inches.

Backhoe Specifications

The backhoe of the Case 580 can dig to a maximum depth of 14 feet, 4 inches. The reach of the swivel of the backhoe is 18 feet, 1 inch. The bucket of the backhoe has a dig force of 12,821 pounds. The maximum capacity of the bucket is 2,750 pounds. This amount can be lifted to 11 feet, 2 inches, and the bucket can be extended 8 feet, 8 inches.

Dimensions

The Case 580 is 22 feet, 8 inches long and 7 feet, 2 inches wide, and it stands 13.9 feet tall. The wheelbase of the Case 580 is 7 feet and the ground clearance is 1.2 feet.

About the Author

Andrew Cohen is an aspiring writer from New Jersey who focuses on international relations and political theory. He has been writing seriously for over five years. His bachelor's degree is in political science with a minor in history.

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