Rototilt Launches New Tiltrotator Models With Next Generation of Control System Features

These new models with optional rotate and tilt sensors and Rototilt’s ICS (Innovative Control System) allow operators to see tilt and rotation angles in a compact display monitor.

Wed August 10, 2016 - National Edition
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Other features with Rototilt's ICS system include proportional control of all Rototilt functions using only one auxiliary hydraulic circuit, a shake/pulse mode for spreading materials, and Rototilt speed settings for 4 different operators.
Other features with Rototilt's ICS system include proportional control of all Rototilt functions using only one auxiliary hydraulic circuit, a shake/pulse mode for spreading materials, and Rototilt speed settings for 4 different operators.

Rototilt introduces three new tiltrotator models with enhanced control system technology for excavators from 11 to 33 ton (10 to 30 t) class.

The R4 for 11 to 17.6 ton (16 t) excavators; R6 for 16.5 to 26.5 ton (15 to 24 t) class; and R8 for excavators up to 33 ton.

These new models with optional rotate and tilt sensors and Rototilt's ICS (Innovative Control System) allow operators to see tilt and rotation angles in a compact display monitor, provides a return to dig “home” function, and are GPS ready.

Other features with Rototilt's ICS system include proportional control of all Rototilt functions using only one auxiliary hydraulic circuit, a shake/pulse mode for spreading materials, and Rototilt speed settings for 4 different operators.

For more information, call 519/754-2195 or visit www.rototilt.us.


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