Full Automatic Horizontal Baler with Homemade Oil Cylinder from freeamfva's blog

Full Automatic Horizontal Baler with Homemade Oil Cylinder

FDY series Intelligent baler machine is a kind of environment protection equipment, Using the hydraulic principle, it made the waste paper, cardboard, used clothes, straw, tyre and other loose material compressed into a block, so that we can store, transport and utilize them easily expediently.Get more news about Full Automatic Horizontal,you can vist our website!
Hydraulic baler machine is widely used in recycling center and packaging plant, which has great effect on environment and resource protection.
It adopted hydraulic transmission, reasonable design, smooth running, simple operation.
Feed opening size, bale size, maximum working pressure and capacity of motor can be customized.
It can reduce storage space, saving up to 80% of stacking space. Reducing transportation and labor costs, also conducive to environmental protection and waste recycling.
1. Mainframe
The main frame of machine is combined with shape steel and steel plate Q345, It can not only ensure the compressive capacity of the equipment, but also guarantee the service life of the machine. Besides, it also can save the purchase cost for our customers;
2. Hydraulic system
Our hydraulic systems are patented part. The motor and oil pump are integrated, it helps to minimize the error in assembling, reduce the malfunction and maintenance, low working noise and high efficiency. The pressure of plunger pump has been increased to 31.5mpa, so that the pressure of holistic hydraulic system has been improved also;
3. Controlling System
The controlling system adopted the most advanced operating procedure, both semi-automatic and full-automatic modes are commanded by PLC control and Remote control. And the voltage of semi-automatic mode is also 24 V, it's easy for operating and has high safely performance. These components are world's famous brands, such as CHNT, and Schneider.


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