Scope of application
It is suitable for various working environments. It can not only be used for demolition operations, such as the demolition of chemical plants, steel mills and steel structure workshops, but also for the recovery of concrete materials. It is an ideal demolition equipment. Its characteristics are convenience and higher efficiency. When scrap is recycled and decomposed, large pieces of scrap are cut and packaged, which greatly improves work efficiency and avoids labor concerns. It is suitable for large and medium-sized scrap recycling stations and municipal demolition operations.
1, The unique design and innovative method of hydraulic shears ensure operation and powerful cutting force;
2, Hydraulic shears can increase the elongation rate by increasing the strength, and adopting a special jaw size and a special blade design;
3, The powerful hydraulic cylinder greatly strengthens the closing force of the jaws so as to cut hard steel;
4, High-grade steel manufacturing ensures the strength and good wear resistance of the tools, and the application time is longer;
5, 360°rotation to ensure accurate positioning of attachments;
6, Hydraulic shears are suitable for all industrial scrap yards and can cut iron materials, such as scrap cars, steel, tanks, pipes, etc.
Hydraulic shears usually have an aluminum alloy shell, and its blade is forged from hot-rolled steel. Pistons and piston push rods are usually made of hot-rolled alloy steel. Hydraulic shears are mainly used to cut materials such as sheet metal and plastic. Usually, they are used to cut cars and other vehicles to rescue trapped passengers. Like the hydraulic spreader, the hydraulic scissors can also be powered by a gasoline-driven device. The life jaw system can be driven by electricity, air or hydraulic pressure.
Unlike hydraulic expanders, hydraulic shears are curved claw-like extensions with pointed ends. Similar to the principle of a hydraulic expander, hydraulic fluid flows into a hydraulic cylinder and applies pressure to the piston. The opening and closing of the blade depends on the direction of power applied to the piston. When the piston push rod rises, the blade opens. When the piston push rod descends, the blade begins to close to an object, such as the roof of a car, and cut it away.