Tractor driven PTO stump grinder with 3 Point Hitch
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The RG24 PTO powered stump grinder connects directly to your tractors 3 point hitch system and is equipped with a large 24″ (61cm) diameter CZPT steel grinding flywheel and 34 tungsten carbide cutting teeth to make the removal of tree stumps a breeze! These extremely rugged stump grinders are engineered to deliver optimal performance when paired with tractors containing 20-50HP at the PTO and will easily grind up to 6″ (15cm) below the ground to remove roots and prepare the ground for grading or grass.
The RG24 PTO powered stump grinder connects directly to your tractors 3 point hitch system and is driven by the PTO shaft. The large 24″ (61cm) diameter 3/4″ (2cm) thick CZPT steel grinding flywheel is equipped with 34 tungsten carbide cutting teeth. Designed for tractors with PTO power ranging from 20-50HP. Removing stumps on your property is now possible with the RG24 PTO drive stump grinder. It will grind up to 6″ (15cm) below the ground to remove roots and prepare the ground for grading or grass. Equipped with a chainsaw holder for easy transportation while moving around your property. The RG24 stump grinder is also quick attach compatible making hook up to your tractor quick and easy for customers equipped with a quick attach receiver.
The RG24 stump grinder is designed to work on tractors with a PTO shaft. The stump grinder works best on tractors featuring PTO shafts that are independent of the tractors transmission drive system. This allows the operator to control the speed of the tractor independently and separately to the PTO speed. Since the tractor pulls the grinder through the stump, the rate at which the tractor moves is important and should be independent of the PTO shaft. Operating the RG24 stump grinder at 540 RPM is required.
Included with the RG24 Stump Grinder is a slip clutch style PTO shaft.
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Detail of the machine
we will provide new electrical accessiores or parts in warranty during time
.(one year warranty Period)
Q: Are you a factory or trading company?
A: We have our own factory, using “Self-produced Self-marketing” business model,reducing the cost of intermediate links.
Q: How can I get some samples?
A: We are honored to offer you samples.
Q: How does your factory do regarding quality control?
A:Quality is priority. we always attach great importance to quality controlling from the very beginning to the very end. Warmly welcome to visit us!
Q: If I need different measurements or weight, could you offer OEM service?
A: Sure, we can provide OEM service, also we can make new mould for your product,attaching your name brand.
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Choosing the Right PTO Shaft
There are several different types of PTO shaft. These include the Transmission PTO, the Economy PTO, the Type 4″ pto shaft, and the Two-stage clutch pto shaft. It is important to choose the correct one to ensure a smooth operation. When choosing a PTO shaft, consider the characteristics and uses of each type.
If you have been experiencing trouble with your Transmission PTO shaft, you may want to take it to a mechanic to have it looked at. A PTO problem can be frustrating and costly to fix. Here are some tips for resolving PTO problems. Start by checking your transmission oil and air pressure levels. Also, check for cracked or kinked hoses and screens. If none of these steps resolve the issue, you may need to replace your PTO.
There are two types of Transmission PTO shafts, Type 1 and Type 2. The first type was designed to be used for 540 rpm applications. Later versions were designed to handle higher PTO powers, and the diameter was changed to increase its speed. Both types have different diameters, so be sure to check the spline count.
Transmission PTOs are commonly used between tractors and farm equipment. These PTOs have the feature of a universal transmission, although the input and output ends are not always on the same plane. The drive shaft is also able to vary the angle between input and output ends. This allows the drive shaft to operate within a specified left and right expansion range.
When replacing a transmission PTO, make sure you check the shaft’s speed and backlash before installing it. In addition, check the transmission gears to ensure they are in good condition. Experts from suppliers recommend inspecting and replacing any debris on the gaskets. They also recommend setting backlash units between the transmission and PTO. In general, backlash units should range from 6,000 to 12,000 units.
To maintain the efficiency of your Transmission PTO, it is necessary to maintain the proper oil level. Make sure you regularly check the PTO fluid and filter. A change of fluid and filter is recommended every 75,000 miles and 300,000 miles. Using a dial indicator can help you to check backlash and prevent damage to the PTO or mating gear.
The Economy PTO shaft allows you to reduce the engine speed when driving your PTO. This mode uses different gears to adjust the PTO shaft revs. The cab-mounted control/monitoring unit 14 uses the PTO speed information to set the parameters of the PTO. In order to operate this system, you must be aware of the lever 21 position and the type of shaft fitted.
The ratio of the input shaft 7 and the output shaft 22 determines the precise value. The ratio also depends on the type of PTO shaft and the ratio of the gearbox. There are two different types of PTO shafts, and each has different toothed wheels. To choose the right one, you should know the ratio of the shaft and the gearbox.
A Domestic PTO shaft is the most common type used in North America. It comes in a wide range of diameters and splines and can be used on a variety of applications. It is durable and is resistant to pressure, impacts, and tension. It is also equipped with a shear pin and slip clutch to protect the PTO from common obstacles.
An Economy PTO shaft enables your tractor to run at lower rpms, reducing noise and vibrations. It is perfect for a variety of agricultural equipment and is controlled by your tractor’s transmission. It is available in two types: mechanical and hydraulic. A mechanical version has a clutch, while a hydraulic version has a lever to control the torque.
The Economy PTO shaft allows you to reduce fuel costs and increase productivity by up to 2%. It also reduces noise in the cab, which is a plus. Its auto-mode feature helps you operate the Economy PTO with ease. This system can also be programmed to automatically disengage the PTO when the linkage is raised.
Two-stage clutch on pto shaft
If you’re looking to get the most out of your tractor, you should check the clutch for two-stage operation. Two-stage clutches use two separate stages to disengage the PTO and gears. If the clutch does not disengage when you push the pedal, you’ll need to adjust it. Rust buildup can cause the clutch to stick and require a rebuild or replacement. Fortunately, there are many ways to check whether your clutch is slipping.
A two-stage clutch is commonly used in transmissions with live PTOs. The first stage operates the driven portion of the transmission, while the second stage controls the PTO. This arrangement allows the PTO to work independently of the transmission, which is especially useful in tractors that use mower attachments.
This two-stage clutch is usually accompanied by a gearbox. The gears in the PTO shaft are set up to rotate at a rate of 540 revolutions per minute (rpm) when the engine is running. The second clutch is designed to operate at a higher speed and can be used with different power sources.
A two-stage clutch on the PTO shaft is a good option if you’re using a tractor that doesn’t have a slip clutch. It will limit the tractor’s torque, so you’ll save money on fuel while doing work. It also helps reduce noise and vibration.
Types of independent pto shafts
Independent PTO shafts come with their own clutch, which enables them to run independently from the tractor’s transmission. There are two main types of independent PTO shafts: mechanical and hydraulic. The mechanical version has a separate on-off selector and control lever. The hydraulic version only has a single selector.
These different types of PTO shafts are only compatible with specific implements. The speed at which they transfer energy is different, too, and some are faster than others. This is why some large tractors have higher-speed PTOs than smaller tractors. A transmission PTO requires a parking break, while an independent PTO does not.
A newer type of independent PTO shaft, the Type 4, is also available. This model runs at a higher rotational speed, around 1300 rpm, which allows for a more efficient transfer of power. In addition, the Type 4 shaft is larger, with 22 splines and a diameter of 57.5 mm. It is designed to support PTO powers of up to 450 kW or 600 horsepower.
Another type is called a “sandwich” type, which is mounted between the transmission and engine. It receives its drive from the engine shaft. This type can transfer the full power of the engine to the PTO, although it needs modifications to the driveline. It also comes with its own lubrication system.
Independent PTO shafts can be manually operated or electronically controlled. The independent PTO is easy to engage and is often operated by shifting the PTO selector lever away from the ‘OFF’ position or by flipping the PTO switch to the “ON” position. Independent PTO shafts may also feature an additional manual clutch. This clutch helps regulate heavy loads and protects the PTO drive system.
editor by CX 2023-07-07