Protecting irrigation power units from the weather and theft are important steps to take, just like performing routine maintenance, this process ensures your valuable
Placing your irrigation equipment in a field to do its job exposes it to all types of extreme weather and possible theft. The hot sun, strong winds, rain, and snow can take its toll on costly irrigation power units, and sitting out there in the open field makes it pretty vulnerable to thieves.
Plan now to protect your unit, just like performing common maintenance work, consider anchoring your unit down to a cement pad and covering it for protection.
Covering the unit can effectively protect your irrigation unit from strong winds, summer heat, dust, and the cold of winter. With proper planning and protection of equipment owners will save money and start up time in the spring. It is recommended that Irrigation Power Units, be placed on a level surface and not in existing tracks, so they can