Rototilt Celebrates Three Decades of Innovation, Success

With its 360 degree continuous rotation and 40 degree tilt each way, Rototilt allows excavators and backhoes to perform all types of work more efficiently with less machines and reduced manpower.

📅   Wed March 23, 2016 - National Edition


With its 360 degree continuous rotation and 40 degree tilt each way, Rototilt allows excavators and backhoes to perform all types of work more efficiently with less machines and reduced manpower.
With its 360 degree continuous rotation and 40 degree tilt each way, Rototilt allows excavators and backhoes to perform all types of work more efficiently with less machines and reduced manpower.

With its 360 degree continuous rotation and 40 degree tilt each way, Rototilt allows excavators and backhoes to perform all types of work more efficiently with less machines and reduced manpower. As a result, tiltrotators have now become standard equipment in the Nordic countries on excavators up to 33 ton (30 t) capacity and quickly growing in the Central Europe and North American markets.

With extensive expertise in rotating technology, hydraulics, tribology and materials knowledge, Rototilt has developed into an extremely durable product and grown in to a family of models covering excavators up to the 33 ton class. With a variety of complementary accessory attachments including buckets, grapples, and compactors, Rototilt products are used across a wide range of industries to perform any kind of excavator task safer, more productive and more profitable, according to the manufacturer.

While Rototilt was born 30 years ago, the innovations continue to flow at the development, testing and world leading manufacturing facility in Vindlen, Sweden. A dedicated North American operations is located in Brantford, Ontario.

“It is our passion, our vision and that force drives us every day. We are well positioned to provide our customer with the greatest possible confidence to invest in tiltrotators from Rototilt,” said Anders Jonsson, CEO.

For more information, visit www.rototiltnorthamerica.com.