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 Advantages and Disadvantages

A planetary gearbox is a type of mechanical drive with a single output shaft. They are suitable for both clockwise and counterclockwise rotations, have less inertia, and operate at higher speeds. Here are some advantages and disadvantages of this type of gearbox. Let us see what these advantages are and why you should use them in your applications. Listed below are some of the benefits of planetary gearboxes.
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Suitable for counterclockwise and clockwise rotation

If you want to teach children about the clock hands, you can buy some resources for counterclockwise and asymmetrical rotation. These resources include worksheets for identifying degrees of rotation, writing rules for rotation, and visual processing. You can also use these resources to teach angles. For example, the translation of shapes activity pack helps children learn about the rotation of geometric shapes. Similarly, the visual perception activity sheet helps children understand how to process information visually.
Various studies have been done to understand the anatomical substrate of rotations. In a recent study, CZPT et al. compared the position of the transitional zone electrocardiographically and anatomically. The authors found that the transitional zone was normal in 9 of 33 subjects, indicating that rotation is not a sign of disease. Similarly, a counterclockwise rotation may be caused by a genetic or environmental factor.
The core tip data should be designed to work in both clockwise and counterclockwise rotation. Counterclockwise rotation requires a different starting point than a clockwise rotation. In North America, star-delta starting is used. In both cases, the figure is rotated about its point. Counterclockwise rotation, on the other hand, is done in the opposite direction. In addition, it is possible to create counterclockwise rotation using the same gimbal.
Despite its name, both clockwise and counterclockwise rotation requires a certain amount of force to rotate. When rotating clockwise, the object faces upwards. Counterclockwise rotation, on the other hand, starts from the top position and heads to the right. If rotating in the opposite direction, the object turns counterclockwise, and vice versa. The clockwise movement, in contrast, is the reverse of counterclockwise rotation.

Has less inertia

The primary difference between a planetary gearbox and a normal pinion-and-gear reducer is the ratio. A planetary gearbox will produce less inertia, which is an important advantage because it will reduce torque and energy requirements. The ratio of the planetary gearbox to its fixed axis counterpart is a factor of three. A planetary gearbox has smaller gears than a conventional planetary, so its inertia is proportional to the number of planets.
Planetary gears are less inertia than spur gears, and they share the load across multiple gear teeth. This means that they will have low backlash, and this is essential for applications with high start-stop cycles and frequent rotational direction changes. Another benefit is the high stiffness. A planetary gearbox will have less backlash than a spur gearbox, which means that it will be more reliable.
A planetary gearbox can use either spur or helical gears. The former provides higher torque ratings while the latter has less noise and stiffness. Both types of gears are useful in motorsports, aerospace, truck transmissions, and power generation units. They require more assembly time than a conventional parallel shaft gear, but the PD series is the more efficient alternative. PD series planetary gears are suitable for many applications, including servo and robotics.
In contrast, a planetary gear set can have varying input speed. This can affect the frequency response of the gearset. A mathematical model of the two-stage planetary gears has non-stationary effects and correlates with experimental findings. Fig. 6.3 shows an addendum. The dedendum’s minimum value is approximately 1.25m. When the dedendum is at its smallest, the dedendum has less inertia.
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Offers greater reliability

The Planetary Gearbox is a better option for driving a vehicle than a standard spur gearbox. A planetary gearbox is less expensive, and they have better backlash, higher load capacity, and greater shock loads. Unlike spur gearboxes, however, mechanical noise is virtually nonexistent. This makes them more reliable in high-shock situations, as well as in a wide range of applications.
The Economy Series has the same power density and torque capacity of the Precision Helical Series, but it lacks the precision of the latter. In contrast, Economy Series planetary gearboxes feature straight spur planetary gearing, and they are used in applications requiring high torque. Both types of gearboxes are compatible with NEMA servo motors. If torque density is important, a planetary gearbox is the best choice.
The Dispersion of External Load: The SSI model has been extensively used to model the reliability of planetary gear systems. This model takes the contact force and fatigue strength of the system as generalized stress and strength. It also provides a theoretical framework to evaluate the reliability of planetary gear systems. It also has many other advantages that make it the preferred choice for high-stress applications. The Planetary Gearbox offers greater reliability and efficiency than traditional rack and pinion gear systems.
Planetary gearing has greater reliability and compact design. Its compact design allows for wider applications with concerns about space and weight. Additionally, the increased torque and reduction makes planetary gearboxes an excellent choice for a wide variety of applications. There are 3 major types of planetary gearboxes, each with its own advantages. This article describes a few of them. Once you understand their workings, you will be able to choose the best planetary gearbox for your needs.

Has higher operating speeds

When you look at planetary gearboxes, you might be confused about which 1 to choose. The primary issue is the application of the gearbox. You must also decide on secondary factors like noise level, corrosion resistance, construction, price, and availability worldwide. Some constructors work faster than others and deliver the gearboxes on the same day. However, the latter ones often deliver the planetary gearbox out of stock.
Compared to conventional gearboxes, a planetary gearbox can run at higher speeds when the input speed fluctuates. However, these gears are not very efficient in high-speed applications because of their increased noise levels. This makes planetary gears unsuitable for applications involving a great deal of noise. That is why most planetary gears are used in small-scale applications. There are some exceptions, but in general, a planetary gearbox is better suited for applications with higher operating speeds.
The basic planetary gearbox is a compact alternative to normal pinion-and-gear reducers. They can be used in a wide variety of applications where space and weight are concerns. Its efficiency is also higher, delivering 97% of the power input. It comes in 3 different types based on the performance. A planetary gearbox can also be classified as a worm gear, a spur gear, or a sprocket.
A planetary gearhead has a high-precision design and can generate substantial torque for their size. It also reduces backlash to 2 arc-min. Additionally, it is lubricated for life, which means no maintenance is needed. It can fit into a small machine envelope and has a small footprint. Moreover, the helical crowned gearing provides fast positioning. A sealed gearbox prevents abrasive dust from getting into the planetary gearhead.
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Has drawbacks

The design of a planetary gearbox is compact and enables high torque and load capability in a small space. This gear arrangement also reduces the possibility of wear and tear. Planet gears are arranged in a planetary fashion, allowing gears to shift under load and a uniform distribution of torque. However, some disadvantages of planetary gears must be considered before investing in this gearbox.
While the planetary gearbox is a high precision motion-control device, its design and maintenance requirements are a concern. The bearing load is high, requiring frequent lubrication. Also, they are inaccessible. Despite these drawbacks, planetary gearboxes are suitable for a variety of tasks. They also have low backlash and high torsional stiffness, making them excellent choices for many applications.
As a result, the speed of a planetary gearbox varies with load and speed. At lower ratios, the sun gear becomes too large in relation to the planet gears. As the ratio increases, the sun gear will become too low, reducing torque. The planetary gears also reduce their torque in high-speed environments. Consequently, the ratio is a crucial consideration for planetary gearbox condition monitoring.
Excess drag may result from out-of-tolerance components or excessive lubrication. Drag should be measured both in directions and be within acceptable ranges. Grease and oil lubrication are 2 common planetary gearbox lubricants, but the choice is largely dependent on your application. While grease lubricates planetary gears well, oil needs maintenance and re-lubrication every few thousand hours.

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

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