Structure of main parts of casting vulcanizer

Release time:

2022-03-11 11:09

  Forced parts of casting vulcanizer

  The pressure generated in the hydraulic cylinder of the casting vulcanizer acts between the upper and lower beams. Beam: The beam is bent during the work, and the column is stretched. Beams and columns generate considerable stress because even a small vulcanizer can generate forces of 2-6 meganewtons. Therefore, a lot of stress is generated on the beam and the column. In order to ensure the structural strength and rigidity, the beams and columns are made of solid. The beams are generally cast in cast iron. The shape of the beam is selected according to the conditions of the strength of the part. The maximum bending distance is in the middle of the beam, so the middle stress is the largest.

Casting Vulcanizer

  Casting vulcanizer column is made of steel, there are threads on it, and nuts are used to fix the column on the beam. Large vulcanizer nuts are sometimes made open to facilitate installation. Plate vulcanizers of column structure should be assembled very precisely so that the upper load is evenly distributed on all columns. In the case of bent columns and non-parallel beams, individual components can be subject to dangerous stress and damage.

  The frame type casting vulcanizer is equipped with a combined or fully welded frame. Its various components perform the same functions as columns and beams, and are calculated according to the same principles. The frame type vulcanizer is generally lighter than the column type vulcanizer and can be assembled in the factory, while the large column type flat plate vulcanizer, the column and the beam can be transported to the user's factory for assembly.