Reliable performance season after season.
At Lindsay, we understand the demands our growers face. That’s why we provide a range of Zimmatic driveline options that can increase the efficiency and durability of your system to keep it running right.
Explore our driveline solutions.
TNT 2 Towable Gearbox
Engage and disengage with ease thanks to features like positive locking, a new heavy-duty design, universal bolt pattern mount, simple bale engagement lever and more. This gearbox provides trouble-free operation with enhanced durability and added protection.
Built with the future of pivot irrigation in mind, the gearbox boasts the industry’s largest expansion chamber to reduce internal pressure and temperature. Other features like a universal mounting pattern, external bell-housing gussets, flanged bolts and more provide long-lasting performance and unmatched durability.
Every Zimmatic system is powered by the industry’s most durable and efficient drivetrain. Designed to operate at 480V or 380V, the center drive is coated to resist chemicals or corrosion and extend the lifespan while producing a 9 rpm (3/4 hp motor) increase over competitors. The triple reduction and non-helical gear spur design extends our driveline lifetime and efficiency. A 1.0 hp option is also available for reducing pivot rotation time.
Calculate the potential irrigation savings.
Our dryland conversion calculator can help visualize how quickly an investment can pay off when you switch to a pivot irrigation system, no matter the size of your field or operation.
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Mar 17, 2020
How can you prevent costly downtime this season? “Preseason maintenance is the best way to ensure that your pivot is ready to go when you need it,” said Brad Dunbar, aftermarket manager at Lindsay. Continue reading for Dunbar's recommended tune-up checklist.
Mar 9, 2020
When Nebraska grower Brent Knust first learned about FieldNET Pivot Watch, he knew it would be a great solution for his northeast Nebraska operation.
Mar 4, 2020
Frustrated with stuck machines? Tired of flat tires? Concerned about deep ruts taking a toll on your fields and equipment? If you answered yes to any of those questions, it might be time to consider alternatives to your pivot’s traditional bias tires.