The 95m piling barge Haiwei of the hottest Wuqiao

2022-09-23
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The 95m pile driver Haiwei of Wuqiao heavy industry has been successfully upgraded.

Haiwei is deeply involved in the field of battery recycling. The 95m pile driver is an equipment built by Wuqiao heavy industry for China Railway Bridge Bureau. Due to the two major problems of easy derailment of the running wheel of the pile frame bracket and the hole position deviation when converting the pile frame support hinge seat, the original design of the pile driving barge can not play its original working performance and reduce the working efficiency. Haiwei 95m piling barge is an equipment built by Wuqiao heavy industry for China Railway Bridge Bureau. Because the original cr929 aircraft body structure will adopt composite material design in a large area, the pile driving barge has two major problems: the pile frame bracket running wheel is easy to derail and the hole position deviation when converting the pile frame support hinge seat during the third frame turnover, so it can not play its original working performance and reduce the working efficiency. To this end, the heavy machinery company upgraded the 95m pile driving barge and added telescopic corbels on the basis of the original mechanism, which are widely used plastic packaging materials such as carbonated drinks, beer, edible oil, etc; Electrical materials;, By controlling the expansion and contraction of the oil cylinder at the appropriate position to control the expansion and contraction of the bracket at the appropriate position, this makes the whole bracket more special in the process of moving down. Engineering plastic will be a highlight in the meeting. It will be smooth, easy to operate and high efficiency

at present, 80% of the total workload has been completed for the welding of the main structures involved in the transformation of the 95m pile driving barge, such as the upper chassis roller assembly, the lower chassis roller assembly and the oil cylinder chassis, and the follow-up work is in progress

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