hydraulic ejector

hydraulic ejector

[hī′drȯ·lik i′jek·tər]
(engineering)
A pipe for removing excavated material from a pneumatic caisson.
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Options: Hydraulic ejector, hydraulic core pull, hydraulic carriage movements, integrated robot
The bottom ash -which is chopped further on in the crusher--gets through a pneumatic operated swinging ash damper and a special chute--which is equipped with a cleaning-door and a safety damper for water-outlet,--to the hydraulic ejector that mixing the bottom ash with the water, which is pumped from water basin of the water pump station.
In particular ASD notes that the direct drive high torque screw motor on the Janus copes easily with the stiff grade of polycarbonate used at the plant, and that the hydraulic ejector gives a "punchier" response than is typical with all-electric machines.
Options include a bottom hydraulic ejector, side ejector and the possibility of degazing.
The machine incorporates an automatic die height adjustment mechanism, double vane pump, hydraulic ejector assembly for uniform force on the casting and an injection accumulator for stable injection speeds.
Standard features: Four tiebars, touchscreen panel, double sliding table, hydraulic ejector, automatic nozzle lift for fast mold changes.
Also offers quick-change hydraulic ejector couplings.
Also showing new quick-change hydraulic ejector couplers.
Parallel hydraulic ejector movements move while the clamp is opening and closing.

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