The ironworker machine is divided into two types: hydraulic ironworker and mechanical ironworker. Since a hydraulic ironworker machine can be used for several different operations, it’s a wise and efficient way of saving both time and money. Because it’s a multipurpose machine with so many different uses, the hydraulic ironworker machine can be found in fabrication, manufacturing, and maintenance shops as well as trade schools.
As the top 5 ironworker manufacturers in China, RAYMAX’s hydraulic ironworker machines lead the industry in both performance and build quality. Our ironworker machine for sale manufacture with massive frames and tables, with gigantic hydraulic rams, over-capacity work stations, and deep throats. Our hydraulic ironworker machine has the advantages of simple operation, low energy consumption, and low maintenance cost. Every fabricator should have a quality RAYMAX ironworker machine for sale in their shop!
The Main Parts of Hydraulic Ironworker Machine
The hydraulic ironworker machine adopts a centralized lubricating system with a manual oil gun. To increase the viscosity of the lubricant, the oil pump should be poured into the 4:1 mixture of #35 mechanical oil and calcium base grease. Operate pump 2/3 time daily to ensure enough oil in all lubricating points.
Main Features of Hydraulic Ironworker Machine:
Cut angle bar
Cut round and square bar , channel bar and I-beam
The Advantages of Hydraulic Ironworker Machine
Hydraulic ironworker machine doesn’t require a lot of maintenance as mechanical models and hence is cost-effective.
Ironworker machine is fast and accurate and makes it easy to cut a lot of metal in factories.
Hydraulic ironworker machine is usually compact machines and hence takes up less space even though they apply the same kind of pressure as mechanical ironworker machine.
Ironworker machine for sale secures metal with cramps while cutting hence ensuring smooth cuts and even 90 degrees cut. There are a wide variety of hydraulic ironworker machine in the market to cater for all sizes of metal.
The Applications of Hydraulic Ironworker Machine
As the top 5 ironworker manufacturers, the RAYMAX’s ironworker machine for sale is the preferred equipment for metal processing in modern manufacturing industries (such as metallurgy, bridges, communications, electric power, military industries, etc). It is designed to punch, shear, bend and notch mild steel plate, bar stock, angle iron, and pipe.
RAYMAX’s hydraulic ironworker machine is a unique multipurpose ironworker machine that has various applications and serves a lot of industries such as tower manufacturing, construction, metal fabrications, telecommunication industries, bridge manufacturing, etc. Moreover, they are suitable for shipbuilding, power, bridges, automobiles, crane transportation, metal structure, and other mechanical processing plants.
Safety & Maintenance of Hydraulic Ironworker Machine
Electric insulation and earth must be in good condition.
Punching and notching work must not be performed simultaneously.
Do not perform overload operation.
Keep all edges of blades sharp.
Welding scar and burr must no be stayed on the surfaces of the plate to be punched or cut.
To ensure safe punching and cutting work the hold-down unit should be adjusted according to any thickness of material within the cutting capacity of the hydraulic ironworker machine.
After replacing blades, their clearance should be re-checked, adjust it as necessary.
The operator should be familiar with the operation manual of the machine and possesses certain operating technique.
Check connections of all parts are in good condition regularly, if the unnormal circumstance is found the machine should be stopped to be repaired in time.
Lubricate all lubricating points according to the working period to avoid damaging the working surfaces.
Check the hydraulic fluid level regularly. Replace the external oil filter on your Ironworker after your first 30 hours of use and every 1000 hours thereafter. Change your hydraulic oil every 5000 hours.
Periodically check gib-pins for lubrication and snugness to the operating center. Tighten gib-pins and locking nuts to maintain blade clearance.