Lumberjack Log Splitter is a special equipment for preparing high-quality wood chips. It is widely used in the papermaking industry. It has a long use time, is not easy to jam, and has high operating efficiency. Lumberjack Log Splitter realizes its high efficiency work by welding high-cavity steel plates. Its hydraulic system can also realize the high-efficiency use of the equipment, and it needs to pay attention to normal maintenance.
Lumberjack Log Splitter is one of the commonly used woodworking machinery, which can cut logs and other pieces into certain specifications, which is convenient for processing and use. Therefore, the cutting power is an important factor to test its use effect, so how to improve its cutting power?
Lumberjack Log Splitter in the working process, cutting intermittent, feeding discontinuity, instantaneous cutting section changes, etc., will cause the cutting power to change. Therefore, the work done by the driving force on the knife drum is not equal to the work done by the cutting resistance, causing fluctuations in the speed of the knife drum, which reduces the working efficiency of the equipment, affects the life of the equipment and increases power consumption.
Therefore, the belt pulley and cutter drum installed on the main shaft are usually designed according to the design requirements of the flywheel, so that they can store the excess energy when the work done by the driving force exceeds the work done by the cutting resistance, even if the kinetic energy increases and the speed Little increase. On the contrary, when the work of cutting resistance exceeds the driving work, the stored energy is released, even if the kinetic energy of the flywheel is reduced, the speed will not decrease too much. In this way, the rate of Gasoline Log Splitter will not fluctuate too much during work.
Effectively increase the cutting power of Gasoline Log Splitter, which not only improves work efficiency, but also prolongs the service life of the equipment and reduces some damage problems caused by excessive fluctuations.