Daily maintenance of hydraulic trailer axle

by:FUSAI     2021-05-21
The fixed boarding bridge is an auxiliary equipment to realize the rapid loading and unloading of goods. Its height adjustment function enables a bridge to be built between the truck and the cargo platform of the warehouse. The forklift and other handling vehicles can directly drive into the truck for bulk loading and unloading through it. Only one person is required to perform fast loading and unloading of goods. The boarding bridge enables enterprises to reduce a lot of labor, improve work efficiency, and obtain greater economic benefits. The working principle of the fixed docking bridge The adjustment board is simple to operate. Just press the button, the adjustment board automatically rises; release the button, the adjustment board can be used by lowering its own weight.  In the daily maintenance of hydraulic trailer axles, you only need to add lubricant to the joints and clean the pits, which is convenient and quick. The fixed boarding bridge is fully hydraulically driven, easy to operate and reliable in operation. The lip plate and the platform are connected by a whole long axis, which has high strength and good reliability. Imported seals are used to ensure that the hydraulic system has excellent sealing performance. It adopts imported integral modular hydraulic station, which has good sealing performance and long service life. Hydraulic trailer axle configuration: 1. The hydraulic system has an emergency braking function when a sudden accident occurs or when there is no power supply. 2. The platform is equipped with anti-pressure toe guard plate. 3. The cable has grounding protection. 4. The electronic control system has a fault indication. 5. The platform can move with the tilt of the vehicle. 6. Equipped with protection device interlocking with industrial door. 7. The loading and unloading platform is equipped with lifting points for overall lifting Related tags: hydraulic trailer axle
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