Brick Extrusion Using Industrial PO Clutches

Have you ever wondered how bricks are made? Believe it or not, WPT Power industrial clutches play a pivotal role in the process!   The most common process of brick formation is called extrusion, where a combination of materials are poured into a mixing chamber by way of conveyer. This chamber consists of rotating teeth that grind up the material compound into the desired consistency. Once mixed, […]

Mechanical PTO Maintenance Tips for Tree Care Equipment, Part One

PTO and pump drive on chipper

The expectation placed on modern tree care equipment today is more demanding than ever before. The machinery is being tasked with running harder and longer all the while maintaining a reliable service life. The key to reliable service life is establishing a proper preventative maintenance schedule for key components of the machine. One key component […]

GM-Style PTOs on LPG engines

GM Mechanical Power Take Off

Large irrigation systems require heavy duty power plants to help move water into crop fields. Many companies offering these systems utilize General Motors (GM) engines as the power source. WPT Power provides the connecting link between the power source and the water pumping equipment in the form of a GM-style power take-off (PTO). Our GM-style […]

Heavy Duty Clutch

Heavy equipment operators know just how frustrating a yielding, responseless clutch can be. Lacking the proper mechanical operation in the industrial world can cause delays, mishaps, and huge costs in downtime. That’s why your industrial equipment needs heavy duty clutches to perform at the highest level. A solidly dependable engagement, coupled with unparalleled durability and […]

Tier 4 workaround gains traction for Bandit

Bandit’s challenge took place adopting the Tier 4 emission standards for diesel engines. This switch limited the amount of hydraulic power that could be driven off the front of the engine. As a result of this limitation, they were no longer able to drive the pumps for the tracks and they needed to keep existing […]