How to purchase hydraulic alligator shearing and what’s the operation principle
The alligator shears is very efficient on working, but many people don’t know how to use the hydraulic alligator shears. In fact, it’s relatively simple to use hydraulic alligator shears as long as you master the correct methods. Then, what are the basic ways to use the hydraulic alligator shears?
Shearing machine, also known as alligator shearing machine, metal shearing machine, scrap iron shearing machine, waste shearing machine, is mainly used for cutting scrap metal into small sections, convenient for transportation and recycling, it’s an essential equipment for various metal recycling companies. The alligator shearing machine is suitable for metal recycling processing plants, scrapping automobile dismantling plants, smelting and casting industries, and cold-cutting various shapes of steel and various metal structures to be processed into qualified furnace materials. The integrated metal shearing machine can be operated continuously or automatically in a single operation. It is a processing equipment for light and thin materials and steel shearing.
The mechanism of the shearing machine includes the following steps: shearing frame (cast iron), blade, pressure plate, protective cover, operating table (automatic electric operating box), electrical system, reversing solenoid valve, oil pump, motor, fuel tank, air cooling , shear cylinder, pressure material grease cylinder.
The working principle of the shearing machine is to extract the hydraulic oil in the hydraulic oil tank through the motor, and the reversing action of the reversing valve is used to drive the cylinder to operate and cut into small pieces of metal scrap.
The raw materials for the alligator shears are scrap iron, copper, aluminum, hard disk, etc. Since there are many types of cuts for different equipment, how do you choose the right shear? This is mainly determined by the cut material material, thickness and width or diameter to determine the type of shear.
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