Successful presentation of the new JR Tilt 90 Tilt Motor generation at demopark in Eisenach

“demopark has grown to the largest open-air exhibition for the professional operation in lawn maintenance, landscaping and for municipalities in Europe. Products and services are presented in a consumer-friendly way. Machines run in action.
Every two years, demopark + demogolf offer the latest machinery concentrated at one site for persons being responsible for the laying out and care of green spaces, sport facilities and golf courses.
With a total exhibition area of 25 hectare, this exhibition is unique in Europe. The next demopark takes place from June 23 to June 25, 2013 at the Airfield Eisenach-Kindel. About 400 exhibitors and more than 30,000 visitors are expected.”  (source demopark.de)
Rädlinger Maschinen- und Anlagenbau GmbH successfully presented ist its new JR Tilt 90 at the booth of JCB Deutschland GmbH (A-113).

The new Tilt Motor generation combines the approved Rädlinger quality and long-term experience with new features:

  • Tilting angle  2x90°, limited by a mechanical stop
  • Integrated swivel channel for a hose-free control of hydraulic quick-coupler systems
  • Pressure relief valve secured with 310 bar
  • Optimised installation height and length
  • As a standard, welded suspension

Here you can  find further information on the Tilt Motor JR Tilt 90.

 

 


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