This is the largest and most powerful engine built in the Case shops. It is designed for heavy plowing and freighting. As a Gold Medal Winner in each contest in which it has been entered at Winnipeg, it has demonstrated that there is no other steam engine made that is in its class. With its extra large capacity for carrying fuel - 1,945 pounds of coal - and 366 gallons of water - nothing has been omitted for the convenience and efficiency of the operator. The pop valve is set for 160 pounds, but is allowed 170 pounds' pressure by the Canadian Provinces of Albert and Saskatchewan.
This engine won the Grand Sweepstakes Prize as well as the Gold Medal at the Winnipeg Motor Contest, 1912.
Price complete, as shown above, including cab, $3,055 FOB, Racine, Wis.
Boiler barrel - 38 inches in diameter.
Firebox - Length, 49-1/4 inches; width, 35-1/4 inches; height, 36 inches above grates. Stay bolts, 1-inch diameter.
Through-stays - Six steel through-stays, 1-1/8-inch diameter, support the front and rear heads. Rear head has in addition four 1-1/8-inch diagonal braces.
Tubes - 76 in number, 2-inch diameter, 8 feet 4-1/2 inches long.
Heating surface of boiler, 385 square feet (above grates).
Grate area - 12.06 square feet. Rocking grates are furnished regularly with this engine.
Steam pressure - 160 pounds per square inch.
Flywheel - Diameter, 43-1/2 inches; face, 16 inches; 230 revolutions per minute.
Front wheels - Height, 53 inches; tires, 14 inches wide regular or 20-inch special at extra price.
Traction wheels - Height, 7 feet; 36-inch tires. 12-inch extension rims will be furnished at extra price.
Traction speed - 2.37 MPH
Extreme width of engine with 36-inch tires is 10 feet 8-1/4 inches; length, 21 feet 9 inches.
Height, to top of stack, 10 feet 5 inches.
Distance between axles, 12 feet 2 inches.
Weight, with boiler empty, 34,256 pounds.
Built regularly with simple-cylinder engine and contractor's fuel bunkers, rocking grates and jacketed boiler.
Special attachments - Locomotive cab, extension rims, straw burner.
All Case engines will develop at least 10 percent more indicated horsepower than their actual guaranteed brake horsepower rating.
- 1913 Case catalog