Our hydraulic pipe bender uses a motor driven hydraulic oil pump input hydraulic oil, relying on solenoid valve input hydraulic power to bend the pipe, but the hydraulic system how to improve and ensure the accuracy of pipe bending? This is the problem we need to think about.
Do or contact enough hydraulic system people understand that the hydraulic oil in our bender after a long time running operation, the oil temperature will become high, and the oil temperature becomes high after the control solenoid valve will not lock the oil, or uneven hydraulic oil input resulting in bending accuracy is greatly impaired, and these problems we can use the encoder to control the bending angle. But due to the oil temperature becomes high after the lock can not oil and lead to clamping can not be clamped, bending pipe slippage. Slippage after the pipe bending will appear wrinkled or deformed. This greatly affects the quality of pipe bending. But these problems how to solve it?
Our hydraulic pipe bender is used a main oil tank, and the oil pump input oil to go through the cooler and then back to the internal tank. We can insert two water pipes on the cooler, using tap water to circulate back and forth to cool down, which can well reduce the oil temperature. Thus protecting the pipe bender because the oil temperature becomes high and reduce the accuracy of the bend.