Rototilt announced its new Rototilt Control product concept back in September, which includes a new control system, new tiltrotators, an app and joysticks that have been developed in-house. The level of interest was sky-high when the new products were presented for the first time at North Americas largest construction tradeshow, CONEXPO-CON/AGG in Las Vegas.
“There has been an enormous amount of interest! My colleagues and I have been answering countless questions about our new control system and display, but above all about RC Joysticks. The demand for a complete tiltrotator system, in which all the parts are of the very best quality, is incredibly high,” said Jeremy Lindsay, Sales and Marketing Manager for Rototilt North America.
Steve Lafontaine, with SL Excavation was honoured to have his excavator showcasing the Rototilt Control Concept in demonstration at the Rototilt booth.
“The new joysticks are a game changer. The fact that they can be positioned for the operators optimum comfort is amazing. QuickChange makes it so I never have to leave the cab, which makes me as an operator, so much more efficient. The operation of the tiltrotator itself is on another level, effortless operation actually,” says Lafontaine.
Now, as Rototilt summarizes the results following CONEXPO-CON/AGG, there is only one word that can be used to describe the week: Success.
“I’ve been to many trade shows, but such a high level of interest in a new product launch was something completely new,” concludes Lindsay.
Rototilt exhibited its complete product range while introducing the newest Rototilt technology with a live demo show. The demo machine was SL Excavations Liebherr R926 Compact equipped with the new RC6 with QuickChange.
CONEXPO-CON/AGG is North America’s largest construction tradeshow representing asphalt, aggregates, concrete, earthmoving, lifting, mining, utilities and more and is held in Las Vegas Nevada. CONEXPO-CON/AGG takes place every 3 years, drawing over 139,000 construction professionals from 133 countries, featuring 2400+ exhibitors and 175+ education sessions, spread over 3 million square feet of exhibit space.