Sep 23
2012

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Getting Started With Pneumatic Tools

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Aug 16
2012

Air Impact Wrench Vs. Pneumatic Wrench – Select the Right One

Air Impact Wrench Vs. Pneumatic Wrench – Select the Right One

Technological advancements have brought a great change in our tools and implements. The modern tools are meant to provide us with efficient operations with minimal efforts. Similarly, technology has brought many changes a wrench which is used to fasten the nuts and bolts in an object. An impact wrench is the hybrid of the basic wrench which most commonly utilizes compressed air or electricity for its operations. A cordless or Electric Impact Wrench is becoming increasingly popular these days because it does not need to be connected to any air connection source for the fastening process.

For industrial and construction work-outs, a wrench is very helpful. It can be a great addition to a household toolkit as well. To meet variety of needs, there are multiple designs and models of wrenches available. If you wish to buy an impact wrench, here are the few most popular options for you:

Manual Impact Wrench – It is the traditional form of wrench that uses a hammer blow to the back of the unit to follow the spike force to perform the operation.

It is easy to use and is portable. It does not need any power connection for its operation.

Electric Impact Wrench – This type of wrench is most suitable for the maintenance needs of different construction projects. Its other popular names include torque wrench or a rattle gun. It is a useful addition to the toolkit of technicians at automobile industry to aid them in loosening and removal of bolts and nuts. You can opt to have an electric model with variety of features based on the type of operation.

Cordless Impact Wrench – It is tougher, powerful and versatile as compared other wrenches. It is also known by the name of cordless power drill. The modern cordless impact wrenches are light in weight and have enormous power to ease off the discomfort of tough jobs. For those who wish to get a powerful impact wrench without spending much, it is the apt solution. It does not require strong pressure to operate and comes with a comfortable grip.

Air Impact Wrench – Also known as air gun or air wrench, this tool delivers high torque output. It uses compressed air connection for its operation and does not require electricity. It mainly comes with easy-to-grip handles for a comfortable operation. They are perfect to install and remove nuts and bolts and most of the models come with ease of portability.

Pneumatic Impact Wrench – This wrench produces high torque output. For on-site operations, it is the best wrench. It is an efficient tool for operations at bridges, shipyards, and similar heavy manufacturing units.

Using a wrench can make a tough job a lot easier but it does evolve a certain degree of knowledge to operate. It can significantly reduce the time and effort required to perform the task. You can browse through the various models offered by different brands and choose the one that matches best to your needs and the requirements of a job.

For benefit of readers our website has more useful and related information for Impact Wrench and also good stuff about Dewalt Impact Wrench.

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Aug 06
2012

How to Maintain Hydraulic Press Brake

How to Maintain Hydraulic Press Brake

Press brake is a necessary machine for sheet metal forming industry. we can say that any metal factory need press brake at all, because they must use this machine to bend sheet metal. under different die, engineer can produce all kinds of metal style.  

As a machine,it is a usual thing to find your machine to be break. As long as one of all parts has a little problem, then, the whole machine can not run.

it must waste the money if you throw away this machine at this time, no doubt, we should choose to maintain press brake.

after this decision,it is not necessary to worry. you should think of how to do next step.

1, finding a professional press brake repair worker. this is the best choice, because they understand the working idea of press brake and can rebuild this machine as soon as possible.  as a result, you need to some money.

we believe that you can understand this, after all, they has professional knowledge, so, they should earn a lot for their life.

2, trying to repair by yourself.

First of all, find out the manual of press brake, read through the book carefully.

Generally, the manufacturer has points some usual problem in the manual, you can compare them first.

Secondly, guess the place that is possible to break. then, separating this parts. under most situation, you can find the actual problem.

if some part is broken, you can make a photo, and let the manufacturer to post this part by DHL.  this is the cheapest way to maintain press brake.

Finally, asking your friend together and then talk about the problem of press brake.

let everyone to analyse the accurate reason.then, you can find the correct way to repair the machine. It is also a good idea to report all situation to the press brake manufacturer. let their engineer to give you some advise.This is benefit for your process of maintaining.

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Jul 28
2012

Hydraulics Pneumatic

Hydraulics Pneumatic

Hydraulics Pneumatic make use of highly pressurized gas or fluid to produce a mechanical motion. Pneumatics power is commonly employed in industries where the factory machines have been typically plumbed to run on compressed air, although other types of inert gases may be used.

Pneumatic are used widely in industry, and can have applications in mining, construction and even dentistry. Hydraulics is used for fluid power and the use of pressurized liquid. Hydraulic topics range through many including, engineering and science disciplines covering dam design, pipe flow, river channel behavior and erosion.

Hydraulics deals with the mechanical properties of liquids, and is an applied science and engineering topic, and fluid mechanics focuses on the fluid properties and their engineering uses. Hydraulics are used for control and transmission of power using pressurized liquids.

Hydraulics and pneumatic both work by applications of fluid power (a gas is also a fluid).

Hydraulics will commonly use from 1000 to 5000 psi, but other more specialized applications may use or exceed 10, 000 psi. Pneumatic applications generally use a gas which is easily compressible such as a suitable pure gas or air. Hydraulics use incompressible liquids such as oil.

Both pneumatics and hydraulics work by compressing either fluids or gases and both have distinctive advantages. Some of these advantages are as follows.

Advantages for hydraulics can include;

o Hydraulic fluids are incompressible resulting in very little spring action.
o Liquids used for hydraulics do not absorb the supplied energy
o Higher loads and higher forces can be achieved due to incompressibilty

Advantages for pneumatics can include;

o Safety : Fire hazards are kept to a minimum ( no hydraulic liquids, oil etc.

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o Equipment can be designed to safely overload
o If electric power is lost, compressed gas can be stored allowing the use of the equipment
o Simple controls
o Require very little maintenance and can have a long operating life
o Less likely to be damaged by shock as the gas absorbs excessive force

A very common form of pneumatic gas is compressed air. The air is compressed by the machinery and will usually have a small quantity of moisture, which is removed by the equipment. Any leakage from such systems is not hazardous as it is only using air from the surrounding environment. Some systems may use other gases such as nitrogen, and this will be supplied from pre-filled cylinders.

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Jul 19
2012

Kawasaki Hydraulic Pumps

Kawasaki Hydraulic Pumps

Searching for a reliable range of Kawasaki hydraulic pumps?

Need to replace old pumps with new products that’ll last for quite some time?  Take a look at the latest range of Kawasaki Hydraulic Pumps; they’re available from a supplier of Staffa hydraulic motors.  Kawasaki Hydraulic Pumps are well renowned for their rugged reliability, fit top quality pumping solutions of this nature and they’ll serve solidly for years on end.  Dependable and efficient, you know where you are with Kawasaki Hydraulic Pumps they’re some of the best pumps in the industry.  If you want a pump you can rely on for a fabulous price take a long hard look at the current collection of Kawasaki Hydraulic Pumps they provide proven pumping solutions. 
 
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Want Kawasaki Hydraulic Pumps in a hurry? Project ground to a halt because your old pumps have pumped their last liquids? Get back in action as soon as you can and ring a supplier of Kawasaki Hydraulic Pumps that sells the finest Staff hydraulic motors.  Replace those worn out items of equipment with Kawasaki Hydraulic Pumps that’ll comfortably handle any task that is thrown at them.  Dependable suppliers of Kawasaki Hydraulic Pumps deliver parts all around the world, it doesn’t matter what location you are in, they’ll ship or courier your essential parts directly to site.  You’ll soon be back up to speed with new Kawasaki hydraulic pumps from a proven and trusted source. 
 
Medium or high pressure
 
Regardless of the exact type of Kawasaki hydraulic pumps you require, leading distributors of Staffa hydraulic motors have quality equipment designed for your application. They stock the most popular models of Kawasaki Hydraulic Pumps including KV3L units that are always in demand.  Ring up for a great deal on Kawasaki Hydraulic Pumps and make enquiries about medium-high pressure models.  Find your perfect Kawasaki Hydraulic Pumps with a variety of control options.  Select from solenoid operated, pilot or manual versions of Kawasaki Hydraulic Pumps from a distributor who lowers the cost of pump materials. The finest Kawasaki pumps are found through a leading UK supplier who stocks a wide range of Staffa motors. 

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Jun 20
2012

Pneumatic Seals

Pneumatic Seals

Pneumatic seals are any of a class of seals used in applications including rotary or reciprocating motions. They are often used in pneumatic cylinders and valves. Pneumatic seals do not work well under high pressure. Therefore, they are generally used in areas of lower pressure.

Pneumatic seals require minimal lubrication when exposed to air in order to create a tight seal. Pneumatic seals may also be exposed to high operating speeds at which the pressure is not high. Piston seals, rod seals, flange packing, u-cups, and vee-cups are a few sealing designs that take advantage of pneumatic seals.

The difference between pneumatic seals and hydraulic seals is pressure. Pneumatic seals typically have a pressure range of 1 to 150 pound-force per square inch (psi), while hydraulic pressure can reach greater than 10,000 psi.

Sometimes, composite seals are used as pneumatic seals. Composite seals are seals composed of two or three different materials. Therefore, pneumatic seals are often found in products requiring one seal for many parts. A PTFE ring and an elastomer ring are often used in this situation. NASA uses this technology in their rocket systems. Composite pneumatic seals are also used in the diesel engines for trucks.

A pneumatic seal’s sealing orientation can be internal with a rod seal, external as with a piston, symmetrical, or axial. With internal pneumatic seals, a housing bore surrounds the seal and the sealing lip touches the shaft. This seal requires very little lubricant.

With external piston pneumatic seals, the seal surrounds a shaft and the sealing lip touches the housing bore. This system requires more lubrication. Symmetric pneumatic seals are the same on both sides, and axial pneumatic seals fit axially against the housing. In both cases, however, the seals are used externally and require more lubrication.

Rotary applications need only one pneumatic seal. This seal is considered to be single acting because it can seal in one axial direction while the application is moving. On the other hand, a reciprocating application requires two pneumatic seals, or double acting seals. In this case, one seal is needed for each of the directions. Double acting pneumatic seals are more complicated than single acting ones.

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Jun 13
2012

Features and benefits of Hydraulic Remote Control

Features and benefits of Hydraulic Remote Control

Wise people say, necessity is the mother of invention. We have got the proof repeatedly during the course of our life. We are inventing different technology for own needs. It can be effortlessly said that all these are possible with the help of modern technology. Today we are habituated with these technologies. Without these we can’t think our life for a moment.

During these days we are living in informative world, where we can contact with a person very easily within a few seconds. This is also the blessings of the modern technology. Nowadays we are using different wireless system. And it is possible for this high profile technology and the communication system has also upgraded. And through the strong communication system now one can easily provide essential documents to any source. It is possible over a short or long distance.

Needless to say, the affluence of the modern industry has been doing a great favors to our everyday life as well as in industrial system.

Generally there comes a great variety of the remote control to meet the increasing requirements. Among of the various type of remote controls the hydraulic remote control playing a wonderful responsibility in industrial system. As well as some reputed company uses wireless remote control, remote winch controls etc. Here are some unique aspects about the Hydraulic remote controls.

Hydraulic remote control:

These machines are superior precision, quality and enhanced safety equipment for industrial system. With the help of this apparatus one can maintain the huge machines for different purpose.

Basically these machines are used to activate and control the directional valves from a remote and signal operating system. Generally the hydraulic remote controls are come in hand, foot and mechanically worked version. Not only that these are typically installed on vehicles in seats armrests or in a console.

Operation:

Essential information is that the 50 design hydraulic remote control system operates on input flows up to 20L/min and the pressure up to 100 bars. Apart from that, from the input a HRC can create reduced output pressures. And by applying the pressure s to main directional control valves speed and direction of hydraulic actuators can be precisely metered.

There are so many benefits and features of a hydraulic remote control. These are:

It’s high productivity:

This machine requires very little operating effort. That’s why you get more from both man and machine.

It’s precise Control:

No doubt its excellent pressure meeting capacity allows precise control of work functions and less wear and tear on the application.

The freedom of system:

The signal stations control placed directional valves is readily achieved. As an example, in a vehicle a HRC is easily mountable in the cab, because this is compact and eliminates the cumbersome mechanical linkage founds in many applications.

A safer, cleaner operating environment:

The designing an ergonomic workstation is easily achieved by leveraging benefits inherent in a system designed with hydraulic remote control.

It’s a wide range of output pressure characteristics:

This is can be perfectly matched to the main stage valve.

Less Noise:

No doubt, the use of a HRC allows better insulation between the cab and engine because there is no longer a need of holes through the cab wall for linkages to the main valve. So it produces less noise.

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Jun 01
2012

Pneumatic and Hydraulic Applications – Fluid Power Principles and Technology

Pneumatic and Hydraulic Applications – Fluid Power Principles and Technology

The industrial world was revolutionized with the introduction of fluid power technology. The discovery of hydraulic and pneumatic properties has streamlined the manufacturing and production industries. Both technologies generate a force stronger than a person ever could. This force,usually measured in psi (pounds per square inch) is then distributed through a system which converts it into movement. Pneumatic technology works by compressing air or other stable gases in a reservoir and then releasing it through a component called an actuator. The actuator contains pistons, cylinders and valves to properly transfer the force producing either a linear or rotary motion.

These components all work together to control the compressed air allowing a specific amount of force to escape. Pneumatic tools can still be used even when the electrical power supply is gone that is, until the reservoir is depleted.

Most industrial pneumatic equipment is simple in its design and generally uses pressures of about 80 to 100 pounds per square inch, far less than hydraulic systems. These semantic factors results in increasing the operation life and safety of the pneumatics system. Some of the more common pneumatic air tools include wrenches, ratchets, jack hammers, drills, nail gun, brakes, sandblaster and paint sprayer. In modern times, pneumatic air brakes are commonly used on large trucks and buses, however when they were originally patented in 1872, by George Westinghouse, it was exclusively for railroad applications. The air braking system consists of an engine-driven air compressor and a compressed air storage tank. When the brake pedal is used, the compressor pushes around 100 psi of air into the brake chamber, causing the disc or drum to reduce wheel rotation speed. While pneumatics is beneficial to society, it still cannot produce the power similar to that of hydraulics.

Hydraulic systems can produce a much greater force anywhere from 1,000 to 10,000 psi. Hydraulics is based off the principle of discovered by Blaise Pascal back in the 1800’s. He discovered that liquids cannot be compressed. He discovered a law which states: Pressure applied on a confined fluid is transmitted in all directions with equal force on equal areas. Hydraulic technology works by transferring fluids, often petroleum based oil, through the use of hoses, cylinders, pump, valves, reservoir and an actuator. The displacement of the fluid through the system creates immense force that is capable of lifting thousands of depending on the size of the cylinders and hoses. Hydraulic technology is used in nearly all heavy duty equipment including drilling rigs, combines, harvesters, tractors, loaders, cement trucks, excavators, backhoes, rollers, dozers, forklifts, etc. Over the past few centuries,great strides have been made regarding pneumatic and hydraulic machinery. Custom fluid power systems can be engineered to meet different purposes.

This article is provided by Ritter Technology– A industrial power fluid company that specializes in Parker Fluid Power and Hydraulic Cylinder Parts.

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May 26
2012

Uses of Hydraulic Cylinder

Uses of Hydraulic Cylinder

A Hydraulic Cylinder produces linear motion and force by using pressurized hydraulic fluid. Industrial machines powered by hydraulic cylinders are able to form metals or other materials at a very high force with a relatively small supply of highly pressurized fluid.

Heavy equipment, such as an excavator, relies on the power of hydraulic fluid. The operator easily controls the pressurized hydraulic fluid with the use of a control valve connected to distributor hoses and tubes. A solenoid valve is the type of valve most commonly used with a hydraulic cylinder as it has a reputation of safety and reliability. Valves not only control the release of fluid in the hydraulic cylinder, but often mix gases and fluids as well.

A hydraulic cylinder in a car does not connect to a valve as a means of control, but relies on piston-driven hydraulics instead.

When the brake pedal is depressed, the pedal pushes on the piston in the master hydraulic cylinder and the slave pistons located at each wheelwork together to stop the car.

Hydraulic seals are crucial in relation to the safe functioning of a hydraulic cylinder. Industries that use heavy equipment, such as automotive, aerospace, government, oil, and gas rely on improving hydraulic seal technology. The explosion of the Challenger space shuttle in 1986 was mainly attributed to malfunctioning hydraulic seals caused by low temperatures that solidified the seal’s inner material, thus preventing a proper seal.

Worn out hydraulic seals also present safety concerns, but can often be prevented by using a hydraulic cylinder with a smooth inside surface. The outside surface of a hydraulic cylinder is usually constructed from aluminium, steel, cast iron, or bronze. Cylinder covers hold the piston rod and can be square, round, or custom-designed to fit each specific cylinder.

The simplest hydraulic systems consist of two pistons and a fluid-filled pipe. Pistons used in hydraulic systems are made in one, two, or three pieces depending on the speed and force required by the machine. One piece of heavy construction machinery uses up to eight hydraulic cylinders that may need as much as 100 gallons of oil.

Water hydraulic systems use water as the fluid for the hydraulic cylinder rather than oil. Although water is less expensive than oil, as well as non-polluting, water’s low viscosity and poor lubrication qualities require a system designed exclusively for water hydraulics.

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May 13
2012

RIVNUT TOOLS C900 and C302 Pneumatic Power Tool Demos

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