Hanging conveyor line
Hanging conveyor line classification:
Lifting conveyor line
The suspension chain conveyor line is composed of an overhead rail, a traction chain, a carriage, a spreader, a redirecting device, a driving device, a tensioning device and a safety device. The overhead track constitutes a closed loop on which the carriage runs. The carriages are coupled to the traction chain at equal intervals. The traction chain constitutes the same closed loop as the overhead track line by horizontal, vertical or inclined redirecting means. The spreader carries the item and is hinged to the carriage. Depending on the length of the conveyor line, a single drive or multiple drives can be provided. The single-drive transmission line can be up to 500 meters in length. Multi-drive conveyor lines can be longer, but the drives must be synchronized. A trap is provided in the inclined section of the overhead rail, and the traction chain blocks the carriage once it breaks the trap to prevent the article from sliding down. Lifting conveyors cannot transfer items from one conveyor line to another.
Suspended conveyor line push type hanging conveyor line
The hanging chain conveyor line transfers items from one conveyor line to another. The difference between the structure and the lifting conveyor is that there are two overhead rails along the conveying line; in addition to the carriage, there are also carrying trailers (referred to as trailers), and each carriage is connected with the traction chain and runs along the upper rail. The trailer relies on the pusher under the carriage to push on the lower rail without being connected to the carriage; the line consists of the main line, the secondary line, the switch and the lifting section. The pusher is combined with or disengaged from the trailer stop to cause the trailer to run, stop or turn the lane from one line to the other. The lifting section allows the trailer to move from one level to another. The trailer adds a lever system consisting of a front pole, a tailgate and a stop to become an accumulation trailer. The accumulative trailer is used to accumulate push-type suspension conveyors. The accumulation and release process of the trailer is: when the trailer drives to a predetermined location on the secondary line, the front pole of the trailer is lifted by the contact of the stop, and the stopper then descends and disengages from the pusher, and the trailer stops. Advance; after the last trailer arrives, the front pole is lifted by the tailgate of the trailer that has been stopped, and the stop is also lowered and parked. The trailers that followed were also parked in sequence to form a hanging space warehouse. When the trailer is released, the contacts of the stopper are avoided, the front pole of the trailer is lowered, the stopper is raised, and the carriage pusher that keeps moving on the secondary line is re-engaged with the stopper to make the trailer run. After the trailer is driven out, the front pole of the latter trailer falls, and the pusher is pushed to the stop. At this time, the contact of the stopper has been restored to the original position, and the front pole of the latter trailer is contacted. Lift up and stop. Correspondingly, the subsequent trailers are also parked forward. Thanks to the main and secondary lines, and the application of logic control, several rhythmically different production processes can be combined into a composite rhythmic production system to automate the production and delivery of the water.
Suspended conveyor line towed conveyor line
It differs from the lift in that it converts the suspended spreader to a trolley that runs on the ground.
Lifting conveyors and push-type suspension conveyors Each loader or trailer has a load capacity of generally less than 600 kg, and the towed suspension conveyor can carry more than 1000 kg per trolley.