Excavator modification excavator grab unloading arm

CCMIE mainly produces and refits: railway pillow changer, excavator lifting cab, unloading train heightening chassis, three-section demolition arm, extension arm, unloading arm, rock hook arm, piling arm, tunnel arm, excavator bucket, shell Buckets, hydraulic clamps, loader anti-skid protection tracks, dump truck anti-skid tracks and other front-end attachments.  

Products Details

Production Introduction

The unloading arm is mainly used for loading/handling operations of coal/sandstone/sand-like ore/silt in railway/sea terminal 1 coal field/mine field, etc., with high construction efficiency. Therefore, it can also be called the shell-shaped bucket of the coal unloading excavator, and the shell-shaped bucket of the dredging excavator: Excavator clamshell buckets (clamshell grabs) are tailor-made according to customer needs, with hydraulic rotary and without hydraulic rotary; The clamshell grab without hydraulic rotation adopts the oil circuit of the bucket cylinder of the excavator, without additional hydraulic valve blocks and pipelines; The clamshell grab with hydraulic rotation needs to be controlled by adding a set of hydraulic valve block and pipeline, and the oil cylinder is equipped with a piston protection device.

Technical Parameters:

The grab technical parameters
Model Unit TN120 TN200 TN300 TN400
Weight kg 900 1500 2200 2700
Maximum open mm 1000 1850 2050 2200
Bucket voiume 0.8 1.5 2.5 4
Height mm 1600 2050 2250 2350
Excavator tonnage T 12-16 20-27 30-38 40-49
  *Specific parameters can be changed according to customized requirements.

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