Rädlinger Tilt Motor

Application

The tilt motor replaces the traditional tilt head with cylinder, and is thus responsible for the force transfer between excavator and bucket, and for the tilt movements.

The harsh conditions of the construction sector have already proven to be detrimental to tilt technology with cylinders found in the market. Damaged cylinders, worn tilt heads and bushings, jammed bolts due to lack of lubrication and, finally, downtime due to damaged or torn off hydraulic hoses try the nerves of the machine operator and cost money.

  • Rädlinger Tilt Motor (3D image)
  • Rädlinger Tilt Motor from the inside

Features

  • Extremely robust through the use of high-strength alloys/nitriding
  • Only provider with cast housing
  • Safe: the hydraulic hoses are routed directly to the tilt motor, virtually ruling out any damage to them
  • Bolts, cylinder and cylinder covering not needed
  • The motor is fully maintenance-free as a result of lubrication over the hydraulic oil of the grapple slewing gear
  • Screw-retained suspension for changing for various carrier machines
  • All these advantages can be exploited by installing the tilt motor on different tools, such as backhoe buckets, demolition
    hammers, ripper teeth, etc.
  • Wear-free: even after many years of usage, backlash-free rotary motion is guaranteed by generously dimensioned and hardened components
  • Maximum Rotation and rotary torque values
  • Integrated pressure relief valve prevents overload of the tilt motor

Extra equipment

  • Special seal on request to protect the standard seal of the motor for use underwater or in fine-sand ground
  • Hydraulic seals are suitable for standard bio-oils

  • Rädlinger Tilt Motor in use
  • Rädlinger Tilt Motor close-up view

Technical Details

Class I (approx. 11 - 14 t)

Dimensions (w x h x l): 260 x 265 x 350 mm
Weight: 128 kg
Tilt angle: 100°
Torque: 8,500 Nm at 150 bar
Retention torque: approx. 16,000 Nm
Oil requirement: 1.4 ltr./100°
Operating pressure: 150 bar
Max. operating pressure: 180 bar

Class II (approx. 15 - 22 t)

Dimensions (w x h x l): 310 x 340 x 368 mm
Weight: 180 kg
Tilt angle: 100°
Torque: 16,000 Nm at 150 bar
Retention torque: approx. 30,000 Nm
Oil requirement: 2.5 ltr./100°
Operating pressure: 150 bar
Max. operating pressure: 180 bar

Class IIs (19 - 23 t)

Dimensions (w x h x l): 346 x 363 x 368 mm
Weight: 193 kg
Tilt angle: 100°
Torque: 16,000 Nm at 150 bar
Retention torque: approx. 30,000 Nm
Oil requirement: 2.5 ltr./100°
Operating pressure: 150 bar
Max. operating pressure: 180 bar

Class III L (approx. 23 - 26 t)

Dimensions (w x h x l): 360 x 370 x 420 mm
Weight: 235 kg
Tilt angle: 100°
Torque: 19,500 Nm at 150 bar
Retention torque: approx. 38,000 Nm
Oil requirement: 3 ltr./100°
Operating pressure: 150 bar
Max. operating pressure: 180 bar

Class III (approx. 23 - 29 t)

Dimensions (w x h x l): 365 x 408 x 471 mm
Weight: 330 kg
Tilt angle: 100°
Torque: 23,000 Nm at 150 bar
Retention torque: approx. 43,000 Nm
Oil requirement: 3.5 ltr./100°
Operating pressure: 150 bar
Max. operating pressure: 180 bar

Class IV (approx. 30 - 40 t)

Dimensions (w x h x l): 405 x 448 x 540 mm
Weight: 452 kg
Tilt angle: 100°
Torque: 33,000 Nm at 150 bar
Retention torque: approx. 62,000 Nm
Oil requirement: 5.5 ltr./100°
Operating pressure: 150 bar
Max. operating pressure: 180 bar

Class V (up to approx. 50 t)

Dimensions (w x h x l): 455 x 458 x 635 mm
Weight: 690 kg
Tilt angle: 100°
Torque: 47,000 Nm at 150 bar
Retention torque: approx. 90,000 Nm
Oil requirement: 8.3 ltr./100°
Operating pressure: 150 bar
Max. operating pressure: 180 bar

For carrier machines with an operating weight of up to 16 t are now also possible with a swivel angle of up to 2 x 90°.

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