Correctly create the sliding friction gap between the piston and cylinder of the waste paper baler cylinder, the piston rod and the guide. The metal support ring of the material is preferred, and the non-metal support ring with a small thermal shrinkage coefficient in the oil can also be used to strictly control the dimensional tolerance and averageness of the support ring and the seal ring to strictly ensure the processing accuracy of each part.
Choose the right hydraulic oil: The role of the hydraulic oil is to transmit pressure, smooth, and cool. Improper selection will cause early problems and performance drops in the hydraulic system, so you must purchase the right-track brand of hydraulic oil. How does the system maintain maintenance? If necessary, exhaust installation can be installed in the two chambers.
Reduce the static and dynamic friction coefficient, change the friction properties, from border friction to liquid friction. If during the use of the waste paper baler, there will be a failure of the hydraulic system, it will cause a shutdown. Therefore, in the daily operation process, you must know how to maintain the hydraulic system of the waste paper baler. The hydraulic system of the waste paper baler reduces the faults of the hydraulic system.
Waste paper balers have been widely used in recent years. Do you understand the waste paper balers? Today, the waste paper baler factory will explain to you. Waste paper baler is a mechatronics product, mainly composed of mechanical system, control system, feeding system and power system. The whole journey is composed of auxiliary time such as pressing, returning, picking, transferring, outgoing up, outgoing down, and receiving.
The waste paper baler on the market is mainly divided into two types, horizontal and vertical. The vertical waste paper baler is relatively small in size, because the packaging size is relatively small, and the efficiency is not high. Water corrodes the metal in the hydraulic system of the waste paper baler, shortening the service life of the components, and the corroded particles fall into the system, causing wear. Accelerate oil decay, especially in the presence of iron, copper, manganese and other particles. Oxygen in the water and the atmosphere quickly oxidizes the oil, forming a thin polymer called sludge. When the operating temperature exceeds 65 degrees, the oxidation speed increases, increasing by 10 degrees.