DUMP TRAILER Electrical power UNIT

DUMP TRAILER Energy UNIT- SINGLE ACTING
Standard Description
This electrical power unit has a electrical power up gravity down circuit. Begin the motor to extend the cylinder and activate the solenoid valve to retract the circuit. Guide override to solenoid valve may be supplied if expected. Also a pressure compen sated movement control might be additional to the circuit to control the descent velocity of the cylinder.
Remark: Please seek the advice of our revenue engineer for the unique pump displacement, motor electrical power or tank capability.
Distinctive Notes
1. This energy unit is of S3 duty cycle, i.e., non-continuous operation, thirty seconds on and 270 seconds off.
two. Clean all of the hydraulic elements concerned just before set up of the electrical power unit.
three. Viscosity with the hydraulic oil shoud be 15~46 cst,which ought to also be clean and cost-free of impurities.N46 hydraulic oil is advised.
4. The electrical power unit need to be mounted horizontally.
5. Check the oil degree during the tank after the initial working of the energy unit.
six. Oil changing is required right after the original one hundred operation hrs, afterwards when every single 3000 hours.

DUMP TRAILER Energy UNIT-DOUBLE ACTING
Basic Description
This energy unit features a power up electrical power down circuit with load holding on each A & B ports. A strain compensatred flow manage is usually added to circuit to control the decent speed on the cylinder.
Particular Notes
1. This power unit is of S3 duty cycle, i.e., non-continuous operation, thirty seconds on and 270 seconds off.
two. Clean the many hydraulic elements concerned in advance of set up of the electrical power unit.
3. Viscosity from the hydraulic oil shoud be 15~46 cst, which must also be clean and no cost of impurities. N46 hydraulic oil is proposed.
4. The power unit ought to be mounted horizontally.
five. Check the oil level inside the tank immediately after the initial running of your energy unit.
six. Oil shifting is needed immediately after the preliminary 100 operation hours, afterwards once each 3000 hours.