China manufacturer CZPT 765UV Gearbox on Center CZPT Irrigation System car gearbox

Product Description

UMC is the industry leader in gearbox technology. Over our 40 year history we have introduced many industry changing gearboxes such as the patented TNT gearbox, the 740, the 760, the 775 and more. We continue to define and redefine industry standards for gearbox performance, quality, features and technology. Our gearboxes are purpose built to do the job. Never over-engineered.

UMC stands behind its products and is committed to manufacturing the best products for a global market.

740-U 50:1 Ratio

Designed for longer spans, larger wheels, and heavier towers.
 

Features and Benefits

  • 2.25 inch output shaft
  • 50:1 gear ratio
  • Cartridge input and output seals
  • Larger input bearings
  • Input shaft guard
  • External seal protectors for input and output seals
  • Top oil fill plug
  • Universal mounting pattern
  • Full cycle expansion chamber with stainless steel cover
  • Filled with extreme pressure worm gear oil
  • Steel output shaft and input shaft
  • Tapered roller bearings
  • Includes carriage bolts and nuts
  • Dual ended input shaft

740-UV 52:1 Ratio
Designed for longer spans, larger wheels and heavier towers where an extended output shaft is required.
 This gearbox has all the same capabilities, features and benefits that the standard 740 has with a few tweaks. The output shaft is extended, the gear ratio is 52:1 and the input shaft is made of ductile iron with a 25° pressure angle allowing this gearbox to be used on center CZPT and lateral move/ linear systems that come standard with these specifications.

Features and Benefits

  • 2.25 inch extended output shaft
  • 52:1 gear ratio with 25° pressure angle
  • Cartridge input and output seals
  • Larger input bearings
  • Input shaft guard
  • External seal protectors for input and output seals
  • Top oil fill plug
  • Universal mounting pattern
  • Full cycle expansion chamber with stainless steel cover
  • Filled with extreme pressure worm gear oil
  • Steel output shaft and ductile iron input shaft
  • Tapered roller bearings
  • Includes carriage bolts and nuts
  • Dual ended input shaft

 

760-UV Gearbox

Designed for corner systems and lateral move carts where an extended output shaft is required

 

Growers typically use UMC’s 760-UV gearbox for the most extreme applications where an extended output shaft is required. The gearbox is designed for higher annual hours of operation while handling the heavy loads experienced on corner systems and lateral move carts as well as the most extreme field conditions where wheel rutting is prominent, soil is heavy, and tower weights are higher.

 

The UMC 760-UV final drive gearbox is our largest and most durable gearbox with an extended output shaft. It features a larger-diameter bull gear than the standard 740 series to handle 20% higher torque. It also features a 2.5″ output shaft to accommodate more overhung load. It is designed for use on center pivots, corners, lateral move/ linear irrigation systems and carts where a 52:1 gear ratio and extended output shaft are standard specifications.

Features and Benefits

  • 2.5″ output shaft
  • 52:1 gear ratio with a 25° pressure angle
  • Unique dual input and output seal design
  • 20% more torque capacity than the standard 740
  • Bronze gear optional
  • Larger input bearings
  • Input shaft guard
  • External seal protectors for input and output seals
  • 11-Bolt mounting pattern
  • Full cycle expansion chamber with aluminum cover
  • Filled with extreme pressure worm gear oil
  • Steel output shaft and ductile iron input shaft
  • Tapered roller bearings
  • Includes carriage bolts and nuts
  • Dual ended input shaft

TNT-2 Gearbox

Designed for applications where the irrigation system may need to be towed

 

This gearbox is the perfect solution for a towable irrigation system. Growers typically prefer this gearbox over a gearbox with a towable hub. Simply disengage the worm and tow your system to its working location, then re-engage the worm and you are ready to run. The CX coupler is the perfect compliment for the TNT-2 gearbox due to the ability to control coupler disengagement at the gearbox.

 

The UMC patented TNT-2 final drive gearbox is designed specifically for applications where a center CZPT or lateral move/ linear irrigation system needs to be towed. The gearbox provides the ability to disengage the worm gear and allows users to move systems from 1 area to another without requiring a Towable Hub add on.

Features and Benefits

  • 2.25″ output shaft
  • 50:1 gear ratio
  • Dual input seals with triple lip output seals
  • Bronze gear optional
  • Input shaft guard
  • External seal protectors for input and output seals
  • Top oil fill plug
  • 11-Bolt mounting pattern
  • Full cycle expansion chamber with stainless steel cover
  • Filled with extreme pressure worm gear oil
  • Steel output shaft and input shaft
  • Tapered roller bearings
  • Includes carriage bolts and nuts
  • Dual ended input shaft

 
 

760-UV Bronze Gearbox

Designed for the most extreme conditions where an extended output shaft is required.

 

Growers typically use The UMC 760-UV bronze gearbox for the most extreme applications where an extended output shaft is required. The gearbox is designed for higher annual hours of operation while handling the heavy loads experienced on corner systems and lateral move carts as well as the most extreme field conditions where wheel rutting is prominent, soil is heavy, and tower weights are higher.

 

The UMC 760-UV Bronze final drive gearbox is our largest and most durable gearbox with an extended output shaft designed for the most extreme growing conditions. It features a high strength aluminum bronze bull gear and a heat treated steel worm gear giving it a much higher load capacity than the standard 760-UV. Additionally, this gear combination greatly reduces gear wear, extending the useful life of the gearbox. It also features a 2.5″ output shaft to accommodate more overhung load. It is designed for use on center pivots, corners, lateral move/ linear irrigation systems and carts where a 52:1 gear ratio and extended output shaft are standard specifications.

Features and Benefits

  • 2.5″ output shaft
  • 52:1 gear ratio with a 25° pressure angle
  • Unique dual input and output seal design
  • Bronze Gear
  • Heat Treated Steel Worm Gear
  • Larger input bearings
  • Input shaft guard
  • External seal protectors for input and output seals
  • 11-Bolt mounting pattern
  • Full cycle expansion chamber with aluminum cover
  • Filled with extreme pressure worm gear oil
  • Steel output shaft
  • Tapered roller bearings
  • Includes carriage bolts and nuts
  • Dual ended input shaft
  • Also Available Assembled in the USA

UMC is the industry leader in gearbox technology. Over 37 year history they have introduced many industry changing gearboxes such as the patented TNT gearbox, the 740, the 760, the 775 and more. CZPT continue to define and redefine industry standards for gearbox performance, quality, features and technology. CZPT gearboxes are purpose built to do the job. Never over-engineered.UMC stands behind its products and is committed to manufacturing the best products for a global market.

 

Application: Motor, Agricultural Machinery, Agricultural
Function: Speed Reduction
Hardness: Hardened
Type: Worm and Wormwheel
Material: Cast Iron
Manipulate Way: Semi-Automatic Manipulation
Customization:
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The Parts of a Gearbox

There are many parts of a Gearbox, and this article will help you understand its functions and components. Learn about its maintenance and proper care, and you’ll be on your way to repairing your car. The complexity of a Gearbox also makes it easy to make mistakes. Learn about its functions and components so that you’ll be able to make the best choices possible. Read on to learn more. Then, get your car ready for winter!
gearbox

Components

Gearboxes are fully integrated mechanical components that consist of a series of gears. They also contain shafts, bearings, and a flange to mount a motor. The terms gearhead and gearbox are not often used interchangeably in the motion industry, but they are often synonymous. Gearheads are open gearing assemblies that are installed in a machine frame. Some newer designs, such as battery-powered mobile units, require tighter integration.
The power losses in a gearbox can be divided into no-load and load-dependent losses. The no-load losses originate in the gear pair and the bearings and are proportional to the ratio of shaft speed and torque. The latter is a function of the coefficient of friction and speed. The no-load losses are the most serious, since they represent the largest proportion of the total loss. This is because they increase with speed.
Temperature measurement is another important preventive maintenance practice. The heat generated by the gearbox can damage components. High-temperature oil degrades quickly at high temperatures, which is why the sump oil temperature should be monitored periodically. The maximum temperature for R&O mineral oils is 93degC. However, if the sump oil temperature is more than 200degF, it can cause seal damage, gear and bearing wear, and premature failure of the gearbox.
Regardless of its size, the gearbox is a crucial part of a car’s drivetrain. Whether the car is a sports car, a luxury car, or a farm tractor, the gearbox is an essential component of the vehicle. There are two main types of gearbox: standard and precision. Each has its own advantages and disadvantages. The most important consideration when selecting a gearbox is the torque output.
The main shaft and the clutch shaft are the two major components of a gearbox. The main shaft runs at engine speed and the countershaft may be at a lower speed. In addition to the main shaft, the clutch shaft has a bearing. The gear ratio determines the amount of torque that can be transferred between the countershaft and the main shaft. The drive shaft also has another name: the propeller shaft.
The gears, shafts, and hub/shaft connection are designed according to endurance design standards. Depending on the application, each component must be able to withstand the normal stresses that the system will experience. Oftentimes, the minimum speed range is ten to twenty m/s. However, this range can differ between different transmissions. Generally, the gears and shafts in a gearbox should have an endurance limit that is less than that limit.
The bearings in a gearbox are considered wear parts. While they should be replaced when they wear down, they can be kept in service much longer than their intended L10 life. Using predictive maintenance, manufacturers can determine when to replace the bearing before it damages the gears and other components. For a gearbox to function properly, it must have all the components listed above. And the clutch, which enables the transmission of torque, is considered the most important component.
gearbox

Functions

A gearbox is a fully integrated mechanical component that consists of mating gears. It is enclosed in a housing that houses the shafts, bearings, and flange for motor mounting. The purpose of a gearbox is to increase torque and change the speed of an engine by connecting the two rotating shafts together. A gearbox is generally made up of multiple gears that are linked together using couplings, belts, chains, or hollow shaft connections. When power and torque are held constant, speed and torque are inversely proportional. The speed of a gearbox is determined by the ratio of the gears that are engaged to transmit power.
The gear ratios in a gearbox are the number of steps a motor can take to convert torque into horsepower. The amount of torque required at the wheels depends on the operating conditions. A vehicle needs more torque than its peak torque when it is moving from a standstill. Therefore, the first gear ratio is used to increase torque and move the vehicle forward. To move up a gradient, more torque is required. To maintain momentum, the intermediate gear ratio is used.
As metal-to-metal contact is a common cause of gearbox failure, it is essential to monitor the condition of these components closely. The main focus of the proactive series of tests is abnormal wear and contamination, while the preventative tests focus on oil condition and additive depletion. The AN and ferrous density tests are exceptions to this rule, but they are used more for detecting abnormal additive depletion. In addition, lubrication is critical to the efficiency of gearboxes.
gearbox

Maintenance

Daily maintenance is a critical aspect of the life cycle of a gearbox. During maintenance, you must inspect all gearbox connection parts. Any loose or damaged connection part should be tightened immediately. Oil can be tested using an infrared thermometer and particle counters, spectrometric analysis, or ferrography. You should check for excessive wear and tear, cracks, and oil leaks. If any of these components fail, you should replace them as soon as possible.
Proper analysis of failure patterns is a necessary part of any preventative maintenance program. This analysis will help identify the root cause of gearbox failures, as well as plan for future preventative maintenance. By properly planning preventative maintenance, you can avoid the expense and inconvenience of repairing or replacing a gearbox prematurely. You can even outsource gearbox maintenance to a company whose experts are knowledgeable in this field. The results of the analysis will help you create a more effective preventative maintenance program.
It is important to check the condition of the gearbox oil periodically. The oil should be changed according to its temperature and the hours of operation. The temperature is a significant determinant of the frequency of oil changes. Higher temperatures require more frequent changes, and the level of protection from moisture and water reduces by 75%. At elevated temperatures, the oil’s molecular structure breaks down more quickly, inhibiting the formation of a protective film.
Fortunately, the gear industry has developed innovative technologies and services that can help plant operators reduce their downtime and ensure optimal performance from their industrial gears. Here are 10 steps to ensure that your gearbox continues to serve its purpose. When you are preparing for maintenance, always keep in mind the following tips:
Regular vibration analysis is a vital part of gearbox maintenance. Increased vibration signals impending problems. Visually inspect the internal gears for signs of spiraling and pitting. You can use engineers’ blue to check the contact pattern of gear teeth. If there is a misalignment, bearings or housings are worn and need replacement. Also make sure the breathers remain clean. In dirty applications, this is more difficult to do.
Proper lubrication is another key factor in the life of gearboxes. Proper lubrication prevents failure. The oil must be free of foreign materials and have the proper amount of flow. Proper lubricant selection depends on the type of gear, reduction ratio, and input power. In addition to oil level, the lubricant must be regulated for the size and shape of gears. If not, the lubricant should be changed.
Lack of proper lubrication reduces the strength of other gears. Improper maintenance reduces the life of the transmission. Whether the transmission is overloaded or undersized, excessive vibration can damage the gear. If it is not properly lubricated, it can be damaged beyond repair. Then, the need for replacement gears may arise. However, it is not a time to waste a lot of money and time on repairs.

China manufacturer CZPT 765UV Gearbox on Center CZPT Irrigation System   car gearbox	China manufacturer CZPT 765UV Gearbox on Center CZPT Irrigation System   car gearbox
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