Manufactur standard Aac Block Aac Plant - Hydraulic Clamping Apparatus for Finished Product – Success Building
Manufactur standard Aac Block Aac Plant - Hydraulic Clamping Apparatus for Finished Product – Success Building Detail:
This equipment is used to have the finished product having been hauled out of autoclave clamped and sent to the expected location (i.e. wooden pallet packaging line), as well as have the bottom panel clamped and sent to the roller conveyor.
There are two types of hydraulic clamping apparatus, one is for up-and-down layers “cake” and the other is for left-and-right rows of “cake”. This equipment is mounted onto the machining overhead crane and powered by the hydraulic station on that crane. Lifting and clamping will be accomplished by the action of hydraulic oil cylinders. Different synchro devices have been equipped. Such features as no noise, stable operation, and sound synchro performance, etc. are available.
|Time of each mold||3min|
|Place of Origin:||China|
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