Stainless steel hoist use environment and industry description
Stainless steel hoist is specially designed for mining, coal, smelting, building materials, refractory materials, light industry, chemical industry, etc. Large, medium and small pieces of materials are continuously lifted vertically, which is easy to use and cheap to manufacture. It is a must-have for most manufacturers.
The stainless steel hoist can control the automatic stop and start of the machine through the signal recognition of the packaging machine. Because the traction mechanism of the hoist is a circular chain, it is allowed to transport materials with higher temperature (the temperature of the material does not exceed 250 ℃). The bucket elevator is suitable for lifting from a low place to a high place. After the supplied materials are put into the hopper through the vibrating table, the machine automatically runs continuously and upwards.
The stainless steel elevator liner should have a high coefficient of friction and wear resistance and pressure resistance. The quality of its material directly affects the production capacity, work safety and application range of the elevator. The gasket materials used more often include polyvinyl chloride or polyurethane rubber. Due to the inevitable creep and sliding between the wire rope and the leading wheel pad, the depth indicator deviates from the zero position during parking, so an automatic zero adjustment device should be provided to automatically point the pointer to zero during each stop. The groove device is used for turning the rope groove, keeping the diameter uniform, which is conducive to the uniform tension of each wire rope. In order to reduce the vibration, the spring frame reducer can be used.
The stainless steel hoist lifts the tail sprocket assembly to the uppermost end of its adjustable range with another hand hoist to make the traction chain bypass the tail wheel and connect. Lower the tail wheel assembly. At this time, the unused tensioning stroke of the tail wheel should not be less than 50% of the full stroke. If it is found to be too high or too low, add or remove 2 traction chains at the last joint, and then make adjustments.