Vertical pipe Quick tow centre:
The centre construction is a vertical pipe which works on a quick coupling method which fits into a coupling that is cast in the ground. The centre is coupled or uncoupled automatically when the tractor's lift arms are raised or lowered. This coupling method is the simplest and most effective that currently exists
The electrical system is designed and manufactured by WA Services. It's a very simple system. The 1 tower pivot uses only 4 core cable and the 2 tower uses a 9 core cable.
Each Tower consists of 2 standard wheel gearbox ratios (Ratio of 50:1) and (2 x 8, 5" x 16") pivot tyres. The Centre drive gearbox is also standard power saver with a ratio of 40:1 water driven pivot use a standard 30:1 C " Face type gearbox with a spindle.
Multi Directional Flex joint:
Not only flexes up and down and back and forth, it can also twist to accommodate tension stresses, common on rough ground. This flexibility is a principal reason why the Kimberley pivot will operate on slopes of up to 30%. The flex joint is designed to eliminate costly replacement and maintenance; it is not subject to wear, common with expensive metal to metal couplings. If a hose must be replaced, it is a simple, low cost operation.
The Truss rods are designed to absorb tension and provide maximum support for the pipeline. Unlike most, the
Kimberley pivot truss rods are slotted and welded on all 4 sides for maximum strength to assure rigid strong spans.
We widened the distance between the truss rods thereby lowering the machine's overall centre of gravity
As all parts are manufactured in South Africa, they are readily available from our factory in Kimberley as well as from our distributors. Electrical components are also locally manufactured and always available.
Service at its best:
A centre pivot is a major investment -
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