High-Speed Pivot

 

Cut your irrigation time in half.

The Zimmatic high-speed pivot delivers superior speed and control which can benefit crops like carrots, onions, potatoes and pasture. Able to operate at up to twice the speed of a standard center drive motor, the 9500HS can help keep up with water demands and even get the right dilution of chemicals in no time.

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Cut your irrigation time in half.

Explore all Zimmatic pivot and lateral-move systems.

From a high-speed pivot to a corner system to Zimmatic’s leading 9500P center pivot, find the right solution to fit your fields and your needs. No matter which ones you choose, you’ll get the same rugged durability and long-lasting strength growers count on from Zimmatic.

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The faster way to increase yields.

While many crops can benefit from high-speed irrigation, the 9500HS pivot is ideal for potatoes, carrots, alfalfa, onions, sugar beets and more. Learn about the different water demands for a variety of crops though—maybe even including your own.

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The faster way to increase yields.
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Find your nearest dealer.

Your local Zimmatic dealer is always here to help find which irrigation solutions can best maximize your productivity and profits.

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