Attachments, Earthmoving Equipment, Tiltrotators

Rototilt expands control systems range

Rototilt has expanded its Rototilt Control range with the RC3 tiltrotator for smaller excavators as well as a new RC Connect app for remote support

Rototilt has announced the release of a new Rototilt Control Connect app and the RC3 tiltrotator, which has been designed for smaller excavators weighing between 6–12 tonnes.

Since 2016, Rototilt Group subsidiary Rototilt Ltd has released the RC system, RC joysticks and RC tiltrotators – all part of the Rototilt Control product range.

Now, with its latest addition of the RC3, Rototilt has expanded its tiltrotator attachment range to cater for more compact excavators.

“Smaller excavators are also becoming increasingly advanced,” Rototilt product manager Sven-Roger Ekström says.

“The innovations within Rototilt Control can provide significant advantages for these particular machines.”

The next step for the Rototilt Control product platform is focused on compact machines, with the RC3 being the first in line.

“The compact segment has grown more and more in recent years and with dedicated space for the excavator system and improved hydraulics, the RC3 can offer even greater precision for smaller excavators,” Ekström says.

The new tiltrotators in the RC series are used together with the RC System control system and according to Ekström, the new display and functions for safety locks can be particularly beneficial, especially since the SecureLock safety solution is included as standard.

“Safety in the workplace is crucial,” Ekström says.

“SecureLock is based on a patented solution incorporating electronic sensors in the safety lock.

“The fact that SecureLock is included as standard in the RC series and that the display in RC System has built-in buttons for managing the safety lock is an important step in our product development.”

RC3 is now available and more launches are expected in the future, according to Rototilt.

“We are constantly working to develop our product offering, regardless of whether this relates to service tools or tiltrotators,” Ekström says.

“The next step for Rototilt Control is already being developed.”

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