China CZPT Planetary Wheel Drive Gearbox, 68: 1, Direct Replacement for T-L Planetary Gearboxes

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 pivot 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 pivot 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

 
UMC PLANETARY WHEEL DRIVE GEARBOX, 68:1,Features and Benefits:

1) Planetary gearboxes can replace TL 
2) Hydraulic input for direct motor coupling
3) Quick acting is standard for more versatility
4) 24:1 or 68:1 gear ratio
5) 9-bolt wheel flange pattern
6) CZPT output torque of 66,200 in-lbs
7) Filled with lithium grease

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

 

Planetary Gearbox

This article will explore the design and applications of a planetary gearbox. The reduction ratio of a planetary gearbox is dependent on the number of teeth in the gears. The ratios of planetary gearboxes are usually lower than those of conventional mechanical transmissions, which are mainly used to drive engines and generators. They are often the best choice for heavy-duty applications. The following are some of the advantages of planetary gearboxes.
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planetary gearboxes

Planetary gearboxes work on a similar principle to solar systems. They rotate around a center gear called the sun gear, and 2 or more outer gears, called planet gears, are connected by a carrier. These gears then drive an output shaft. The arrangement of planet gears is similar to that of the Milky Way's ring of planets. This arrangement produces the best torque density and stiffness for a gearbox.
As a compact alternative to normal pinion-and-gear reducers, planetary gearing offers many advantages. These characteristics make planetary gearing ideal for a variety of applications, including compactness and low weight. The efficiency of planetary gearing is enhanced by the fact that 90 percent of the input energy is transferred to the output. The gearboxes also have low noise and high torque density. Additionally, their design offers better load distribution, which contributes to a longer service life.
Planetary gears require lubrication. Because they have a smaller footprint than conventional gears, they dissipate heat well. In fact, lubrication can even lower vibration and noise. It's also important to keep the gears properly lubricated to prevent the wear and tear that comes with use. The lubrication in planetary gears also helps keep them operating properly and reduces wear and tear on the gears.
A planetary gearbox uses multiple planetary parts to achieve the reduction goal. Each gear has an output shaft and a sun gear located in the center. The ring gear is fixed to the machine, while the sun gear is attached to a clamping system. The outer gears are connected to the carrier, and each planetary gear is held together by rings. This arrangement allows the planetary gear to be symmetrical with respect to the input shaft.
The gear ratio of a planetary gearbox is defined by the sun gear's number of teeth. As the sun gear gets smaller, the ratio of the gear will increase. The ratio range of planetary gears ranges from 3:1 to 10 to one. Eventually, however, the sun gear becomes too small, and the torque will fall significantly. The higher the ratio, the less torque the gears can transmit. So, planetary gears are often referred to as "planetary" gears.
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Their design

The basic design of a Planetary Gearbox is quite simple. It consists of 3 interconnecting links, each of which has its own torque. The ring gear is fixed to the frame 0 at O, and the other 2 are fixed to each other at A and B. The ring gear, meanwhile, is attached to the planet arm 3 at O. All 3 parts are connected by joints. A free-body diagram is shown in Figure 9.
During the development process, the design team will divide the power to each individual planet into its respective power paths. This distribution will be based on the meshing condition of all gears in the system. Then, the design team will proceed to determine the loads on individual gear meshes. Using this method, it is possible to determine the loads on individual gear meshes and the shape of ring gear housing.
Planetary Gearboxes are made of 3 gear types. The sun gear is the center, which is connected to the other 2 gears by an internal tooth ring gear. The planet pinions are arranged in a carrier assembly that sets their spacing. The carrier also incorporates an output shaft. The 3 components in a Planetary Gearbox mesh with each other, and they rotate together as one. Depending on the application, they may rotate at different speeds or at different times.
The planetary gearbox's design is unique. In a planetary gearbox, the input gear rotates around the central gear, while the outer gears are arranged around the sun gear. In addition, the ring gear holds the structure together. A carrier connects the outer gears to the output shaft. Ultimately, this gear system transmits high torque. This type of gearbox is ideal for high-speed operations.
The basic design of a Planetary Gearbox consists of multiple contacts that must mesh with each other. A single planet has an integer number of teeth, while the ring has a non-integer number. The teeth of the planets must mesh with each other, as well as the sun. The tooth counts, as well as the planet spacing, play a role in the design. A planetary gearbox must have an integer number of teeth to function properly.

Applications

In addition to the above-mentioned applications, planetary gearing is also used in machine tools, plastic machinery, derrick and dock cranes, and material handling equipments. Further, its application is found in dredging equipment, road-making machinery, sugar crystallizers, and mill drives. While its versatility and efficiency makes it a desirable choice for many industries, its complicated structure and construction make it a complex component.
Among the many benefits of using a planetary gearbox, the ability to transmit greater torque into a controlled space makes it a popular choice for many industries. Moreover, adding additional planet gears increases the torque density. This makes planetary gears suitable for applications requiring high torque. They are also used in electric screwdrivers and turbine engines. However, they are not used in everything. Some of the more common applications are discussed below:
One of the most important features of planetary gearboxes is their compact footprint. They are able to transmit torque while at the same time reducing noise and vibration. In addition to this, they are able to achieve a high speed without sacrificing high-quality performance. The compact footprint of these gears also allows them to be used in high-speed applications. In some cases, a planetary gearbox has sliding sections. Some of these sections are lubricated with oil, while others may require a synthetic gel. Despite these unique features, planetary gears have become common in many industries.
Planetary gears are composed of 3 components. The sun gear is the input gear, whereas the planet gears are the output gears. They are connected by a carrier. The carrier connects the input shaft with the output shaft. A planetary gearbox can be designed for various requirements, and the type you use will depend on the needs of your application. Its design and performance must meet your application's needs.
The ratios of planetary gears vary depending on the number of planets. The smaller the sun gear, the greater the ratio. When planetary stages are used alone, the ratio range is 3:1 to 10:1. Higher ratios can be obtained by connecting several planetary stages together in the same ring gear. This method is known as a multi-stage gearbox. However, it can only be used in large gearboxes.
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Maintenance

The main component of a planetary gearbox is the planetary gear. It requires regular maintenance and cleaning to remain in top shape. Demand for a longer life span protects all other components of the gearbox. This article will discuss the maintenance and cleaning procedures for planetary gears. After reading this article, you should know how to maintain your planetary gearbox properly. Hopefully, you can enjoy a longer life with your gearbox.
Firstly, it is important to know how to properly lubricate a planetary gearbox. The lubricant is essential as gears that operate at high speeds are subject to high levels of heat and friction. The housing of the planetary gearbox should be constructed to allow the heat to dissipate. The recommended oil is synthetic, and it should be filled between 30 and 50 percent. The lubricant should be changed at least every 6 months or as needed.
While it may seem unnecessary to replace a planetary gearbox, regular servicing will help it last a long time. A regular inspection will identify a problem and the appropriate repairs are needed. Once the planetary gearbox is full, it will plug with gear oil. To avoid this problem, consider getting the unit repaired instead of replacing the gearbox. This can save you a lot of money over a new planetary gearbox.
Proper lubrication is essential for a long life of your planetary gearbox. Oil change frequency should be based on oil temperature and operating speed. Oil at higher temperatures should be changed more frequently because it loses its molecular structure and cannot form a protective film. After this, oil filter maintenance should be performed every few months. Lastly, the gearbox oil needs to be checked regularly and replaced when necessary.

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