The Heli-Tilt Coupler from Calibre offers a low profile, lighter weight structure and greater breakout force efficiency compared to any actuator tilt in the market. Designed for work demanding rotating flexibility, the Heli-Tilt Coupler delivers robust actuators tilts with the end-user in mind. PTE (Australia) and Parker Hannifin (Helac) actuators have been chosen for their ability to meet the high quality, robust and light-weight design required for Calibre Heli-Tilts.
The Ram-Tilt Coupler and Calibre Tilt Bucket
The Calibre Tilt Bucket incorporates the same double ram design as our Ram-Tilt Coupler which gives heavy duty operating characteristics needed for the most rugged working conditions. Both tilting devices incorporate the revolutionary Calibre Smart Valve – a system that dramatically improves responsiveness and control whilst stopping creep and chatter - all to ensure the attachment stays where the operator wants it.
The Calibre Toroidal Tilt Coupler
Lastly, the Toroidal Tilt Coupler, a patented toroidal actuator and the first curved ram in the world of its kind. The Toroidal Tilt Coupler from Calibre went on to win the Best Innovative Product awardat the Diesel, Dirt & Turf Expo for 2017. The revolutionary tilting coupler showcases twin toroidal displacement cylinders that are in fact curved or ‘bent’, as well as 'Calibre Smart Valve' technology protecting theToroidal Tilt from high pressure spikes as well as allowing precise control and improved holding force. As small and compact as an actuator with all the benefits and power of hydraulic rams – the Calibre Toroidal Tilt Coupler takes the tilting game to a whole new level.
The Toroidal Tilt Coupleris now commercially available in stages - as for future tilting devices, all eyes are on Calibre to see what head scratching product we will bring out next.
Calibre tilting devices include the Calibre Tilt Bucket, Calibre Heli-Tilt, and Ram-Tilt Coupler and now the award-winning newly released Toroidal Tilt Coupler. Which tilting device best suits your operations?