Wear-resistant Belt Soldering

Wear-resistant belt soldering technology:

In order to improve the wear resistance of drilling tools, a wear-resistant belt needs to be welded onto the tool. After the wear-resistant belt has been worn out, it needs to be repaired.  Wear-resistant belt welding machines are typically fixed pieces of equipment found in production workshops and have comparatively complete systems of devices and accessories. However, when such equipment is present in the field, the system devices used for fabrication and repair are relatively simple and the equipment cannot be conveniently disassembled or transported. As such, the productivity and quality of such equipment is ambiguous.

For the purpose of solving the abovementioned existing technical problems, the company makes use of a new form of equipment that provides for wear belt repair in the production field. It offers a simple structure, complete functionality and greater convenience of disassembly and transportation. It is suitable for use while fixed in place and occupies little space.

The advantages and characteristics of the company’s new model of equipment:

1.  All equipment parts can be placed or stored in one container to reduce the space they occupy and facilitate the convenience of the installation and transportation of the equipment.

2.  The grinding machine and welding machine are set up separately in order to prevent the dust produced from grinding from affecting the operation of the equipment and to facilitate the collection and disposal of the dust.

3.  The guide rail features a folding function and is connected using pins. It can be simply fixed into position onto either side of the container, which provides convenience for transport, can be set-up in the field, and allows for precision adjustments as required in response to the layout and equipment at the particular location.

4.  The guide rail can be easily folded up and fixed in place using an electric hoist. It is safe, reliable and helps save on cost relative to heavy duty equipment.



Schematic diagram of guide rail deployment (retraction)    Structure diagram (in a state of operation)