How the customized tipper truck works
A customized tipper truck is a vehicle that unloads goods by itself through hydraulic or mechanical lifting. The customized tipper truck is composed of automobile chassis, hydraulic lifting mechanism, cargo compartment and power take-off device and other components.
The compartment of a customized tipper truck is divided into two types: backward tipping and sideways tipping. The movement of the piston rod is controlled by the operating system. Backward tipping is more common.
In civil engineering, customized tipper trucks are often combined with construction machinery such as excavators, loaders, and belt conveyors to form a loading, transporting, and unloading production line for loading and unloading of earthwork, sand, and bulk materials.
How the customized tipper truck works:
The structure of the tipper truck's engine, chassis and cab is the same as that of a general truck.
The high-pressure oil enters the lifting hydraulic cylinder through the distribution valve and the oil pipe, and there is a cab safety protection plate at the front end of the car.
The engine drives the hydraulic pump through the transmission and the power take-off device. The cabin hydraulic tipping mechanism is composed of a fuel tank, a hydraulic pump, a distribution valve, a lifting hydraulic cylinder, a control valve and oil pipes.
The engine drives the hydraulic pump through the transmission and the power take-off device. The high-pressure oil enters the lifting hydraulic cylinder through the distribution valve and the oil pipe, and pushes the piston rod to tip the carriage. It is more common to tip over in the future, and the steering of the piston rod can be controlled by the operating system to stop the car at any desired tilted position. The compartment is reset by its own gravity and hydraulic control.