Hydraulic baler

Hydraulic baler

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The hydraulic baler is mainly suitable for steel mills, crop straws, recycling and processing industries and non-ferrous and ferrous metal smelting industries. The hydraulic baler can extrude various metal scraps (steel shavings, scrap steel, scrap aluminum, scrap copper, scrap stainless steel, and scrapped automobile scrap, etc.) into qualified furnace materials of various shapes such as cuboid, octagon, cylinder, etc. Transportation and smelting costs can increase the furnace speed.


Structure and composition:


It consists of main frame system, hydraulic system and auxiliary components.


Mainframe frame system: high-quality thick steel plated gas-filled welding-preserved cast sturdy frame The advanced mechanical design makes the equipment durable.


Hydraulic system: The key components such as hydraulic pump, solenoid valve and hydraulic cylinder oil seal use imported accessories, which make the packing pressure high, fast, durable and low noise.


Electronic control system (optional): original domestic electrical control, travel switch, button to ensure quality.


Features:


① All models are hydraulically driven and can be operated manually or by PLC;


② There are different ways of discharging materials, such as turning the bag, pushing the bag (side push and push forward) or manually taking the bag (packing);


③ No foot screws are needed for installation. In places without power supply, diesel engine can be used as power;


④ There are ten grades of extrusion force from 63 tons to 400 tons, for users to choose, production efficiency from 4 tons / shift to 40 tons / shift.


⑤ Compression chamber size and package size can be customized according to customer requirements.



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release time: 2020-6-3 15:25:25

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