Power Unit that operates the cylinders and
the hydraulic motors is a free standing unit which can be located anywhere that is convenient to the equipment. It contains an oil reservoir, motor and pump, hydraulic accumulator,oil filter, solenoid valves, float switches for low oil level indication, pressure relief valve, control panel, pressure dials and the casement.
motors are mounted opposite to each other
on the bosses of the adjustment ring. Each motor has a pinion
gear that engages with a sprocket welded to the adjustment cap.
The discharge setting of the bowl is set by rotating the sprocket gear in either direction to the required opening.The bowl may be
rotated freely for removal or installation in the crusher.
photo shows one of two hydraulic motors and gear
reducers mounted on an adjustment ring boss. The motor is anchored on the adjacent boss of the adjustment ring.
the two motors has an automatic brake which is
continuously applied. When the motors are activated, brake and clamping cylinders are released, and reactivated instantly when the motors stop. The gear reducers, although compact, are the most powerful available and give a far greater torque than the Ram-Type or other similar gear reducers.
The Clamping Cylinders come in two models:
Normal HEAVY DUTY, which is used on the 4 ft., 4-1/4 ft., and 5-1/2 ft.
DUTY is used on the 7ft Standard and
EXTRA-HEAVY DUTY cylinder incorporates a full floating piston rod design which eliminates any potential for extreme side loads on the cylinder, thus extending its life. The design also eliminates
the need for self aligning, spherical washers.
has overcome the problem of oil leakage from
rings by using polyurethane cups on the piston and
rod seals. Glass filled nylon wear rings, which have exceptional load capacity, are used to support the piston rod. These wear rings and the polyurethane wiper/scraper protect against any dirt intrusion into the cylinder..
can be supplied with a fabricated adjustment cap and
with all cylinders and hoses mounted ready for installation. Simply weld a guide ring on the adjustment ring, connect the hoses to the power pack, connect to an electrical source and the unit is ready to operate.
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