Low Pivot Maintenance
No Exposed Drive Shafts
T-L’s pivot irrigation systems are constructed with high-strength truss rods and a double tower-leg design. Components are zinc coated by T-L’s galvanizing plant to prevent rust. Features such as external flex joints, unexposed drive shafts, no universal joints, and the absence of contactors and fuses contribute toward making T-L systems trouble free.
|I believe the T-L is designed with a great deal of thought. A T-L is a good machine, and not one just put on the market to be a money trap.|
|I need center-pivots that are dependable, that's why I like the hydraulics of the T-Ls.|
|A T-L center-pivot sprinkler will raise more crops with less water.|
|It's sure a lot safer to work on a hydraulic T-L than it is to work on an electrically powered sprinkler.|
|There was no guessing involved either. We knew exactly how much water the T-L pivot consistently and uniformly was putting on all the ground.|