News

Maximize Grain Bin Safety and Productivity

On a farm, hazards can crop up in an instant — particularly in a grain bin. At Weasler Engineering, our engineers work to design driveline systems and components that make your day … More»

Weasler’s PTO Drive Shafts on Display at Brazil’s 2018 Agrishow

Weasler Engineering joined other businesses from the Engineered Solutions segment of Actuant at Agrishow 2018, which was held earlier this month at Ribeirão Preto, Sao Paulo, Brazil. Now in its 25th year, … More»

Introducing Weasler’s New High-Torque Automatic Clutch

Welcome to a better, more efficient way to farm. Weasler Engineering’s new automatic clutch is specifically designed for high-torque and high inertia applications, such as large square balers, combines, and self-propelled forage harvesters.  More … More»

Safety

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Do not operate a PTO Drive Shaft without:

  • All PTO Drive Shaft guards, tractor, and equipment shields in place
  • PTO Drive Shaft securely attached at both ends
  • PTO Drive Shaft guards that turn freely on the PTO Drive Shaft
  • Reading the operator’s manual

Before operating or maintaining a PTO Drive Shaft, consult your machine operator’s manual. For additional information, reference Weasler’s Instruction Manual (CE).

For maintenance instructions, consult your machine operator’s manual or reference Weasler’s Maintenance page.

As part of Weasler’s commitment to the safety of PTO Drive Shafts, Weasler Engineering is a member of ADMA, the Agriculture Driveline Manufacturers Association.  ADMA is an organization committed to safety with a mission to develop educational materials for the design, operation, and maintenance of agricultural PTO Drive Shafts.

Weasler recognizes the safety standards from the following organizations:

California Proposition 65 Warning

These products can expose you to chemicals including carbon black, isoprene, and nickel which are known to the State of California to cause cancer and/or birth defects or other reproductive harm. For more information visit www.P65warnings.ca.gov.