2012 - Volume #BFS, Issue #12, Page #81
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Single And Dual Pto's For Stationary Engines
Why settle for either 540 or 1,000 rpm pto shafts on stationary engines when you can have both?
  “Our first prototype was installed in the fall of 2003, and its still working. Many tractors have the option of two speeds, this clutch/gear reduction assembly lets stationary engines have that option, too. A great way to make use of that idle engine. Saves you an extra tractor. Our customers use them on both mobile and statioanry applications. Such as manure agitator/pumps, irrigation pumps, blowers and many other uses.”
  Beiler says the dual output is rated up to 175 (intermittent hp), single output (wider gears), and up to 250 (intermittent hp). Both dual and single output units have 3 standard input/engine speeds – 1,800, 2,150, and 2,400 rpm’s. All geared to 1,000 and 540 on dual output.
  Single output has one set of gears and can be purchased with either 1,000 or 540 rpm output. He says the units are simple to install and fit SAE standard gas and diesel engines. The units are available with 10-in., 11 1/2-in. single, and double plate mechanical clutches.
  Units come with 1 3/8-6 (540), 1 3/8-21 (1,000), 1 ¾-20 (1,000) splined or straight keyed shafts.
  Now also available with optional 12-volt oil cooler kit.
  Note: New larger clutch reduction assemblies, 250 to 400 (intermittent hp), fits SAE #1 bell housings and SAE #14-in. flywheels, in both double and triple plate clutches.
  Need flywheels machined to SAE standards, such as truck, tractor and others? Call Beiler. They run a machine shop and also manufacture gears and splines.
  Contact: FARM SHOW Followup, Beiler Engine & Mfg. LLC, 1630 Georgetown Rd., Christiana, Penn. 17509 (ph 717 529-6595 from 8:00 to 8:30 a.m. EST, or leave message).

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2012 - Volume #BFS, Issue #12