Contact Us

  • Address: No.27,Beichen Village Industrial Park,Weiyang District,Shaanxi Province

  • Phone: +86 13279217918

  • Fax: +8602962322708

  • Mail:zhongtuoks@foxmail.com

Home > News > Content
How To Use Hydraulic Rock Splitter Apr 08, 2018

Composition and working principle


hydraulic rock splitter is composed of a hydraulic power station, a splitting gun and a hydraulic pipe. The splitting machine is divided into an oil cylinder, an outer wedge, an intermediate wedge, and a slide groove. When the splitter is working, the hydraulic wedge pushes the middle wedge to move and the outer wedge expands to achieve the splitting purpose.


Second, the main purpose and advantages:


The splitter is mainly used for construction stone mining operations: secondary disintegration of large pieces of ore (metallic ore, non-metallic minerals); local and total demolition work of concrete components (cement pavement, machine tool foundation, bridges, and building components).


The splitter has a series of advantages compared to the conventional operation in the above-mentioned fields. details as follows:


    1, static, non-destructive structure, environmental protection: no vibration, no impact, no noise, no dust


     2, speed: split within seconds, high work efficiency


     3, control accuracy: controllable split, remove non, split size accurate


     4, easy operation and maintenance: moderate weight, simple operation, easy maintenance


     5, small space requirements: can be dismantled in indoor and narrow sites


 


Third, the main application of splitter


1. Splitting and breaking of rocks


     Rock excavation (excavation of rocky trenches, foundations, etc.)


     Secondary division of rock or ore (second change)


     Tunneling


     Underground mine excavation and extension


     Pipeline excavation (including rock crushing in the top pipe, small tunnel excavation, etc.)


   2. The mining of quarry blocks


     marble


     granite


     sandstone


   3. Demolition of plain concrete and reinforced concrete


     Demolition of Plain Concrete and Lightweight Reinforced Concrete Structures


     Demolition of Reinforced Concrete Structures


     Demolition work in enclosed and inaccessible spaces


     Demolition work in a narrow space


     Demolition of rock and concrete walls


     Concrete pile head removed


     Chimney removal


     Secondary splitting of bulk concrete (eg, secondary crushing of concrete waste recovery sites, etc.)


 4, the application of the metallurgical industry


     Aluminum electrolysis cell overhaul


     Carbon block crushing in carbon plant


     Demolition of refractory linings for various furnaces