Three stage working process of the hottest booster

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The three-stage working process of the booster cylinder

the compressed air of the booster cylinder drives the general kg, which can reach the impulse pressure of 1t-100t, without the need for hydraulic system

the three-stage working process of the booster cylinder is as follows:

first, the pneumatic fast forward stroke working cylinder with a density of about 1.3g/cm3 is driven by the piston rod, and the force application part contacts the workpiece quickly and with a small force, that is, the "soft in place" technology

II. The force stroke of the gas-liquid booster cylinder is at any position within the total stroke range. As soon as the force application part contacts the workpiece, it will automatically activate the force stroke for full force stamping, that is, "force increase self-adaptive"

III. pneumatic return stroke

the speed of the three-stage working stroke and the magnitude and stroke of the force increase can be stepless adjusted within the specified range and can be controlled by PLC

the large supercharging ratio ensures that the diameter of the gas-liquid supercharging cylinder is the smallest among the cylinders and hydraulic cylinders of the same tonnage, and the required installation space is the smallest. Compared with cylinders or hydraulic systems of the same tonnage or other mechanisms, the energy consumption is extremely low and the action frequency is high. Some models can reach 125 times/minute. The imported high-quality sealing ring allows the use of unlubricated compressed air, and the ingenious design structure completely prevents the compressed air from entering the oil chamber

another feature is that each booster cylinder is equipped with a high-pressure measurement interface to facilitate the connection of the pressure gauge and the pressure relay to set the booster pressure that is not affected by the compressed air. After reaching the preset pressure, it will automatically return. In the same way, it also realizes other functions required by users. (end)

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