The princle of hydraulic lifts

The hydraulic oil forms a certain pressure by the vane pump, and enters the lower end of the cylinder through the oil filter, explosion-proof electromagnetic directional valve, throttle valve, hydraulic control one-way valve, and balance valve, so that the piston of the cylinder moves upwards and lifts the weight. The oil return from the upper end of the hydraulic cylinder is returned to the fuel tank through the flameproof electromagnetic reversing valve, and its rated pressure is adjusted by the overflow valve, and the reading value of the pressure gauge is observed through the pressure gauge.

The piston of the hydraulic cylinder moves downward (that is, the weight drops). The hydraulic oil enters the upper end of the hydraulic cylinder through the explosion-proof electromagnetic reversing valve, and the return oil at the lower end of the hydraulic cylinder returns to the oil tank through the balance valve, hydraulic control check valve, throttle valve, and explosion-proof electromagnetic reversing valve. In order to make the heavy objects fall smoothly and the brakes are safe and reliable, a balance valve is installed on the oil return line to balance the circuit and maintain the pressure so that the descending speed is not changed by the weight. The throttle valve adjusts the flow rate and controls the lifting speed. In order to make the brake safe and reliable, and prevent accidents, a hydraulically controlled one-way valve, that is, hydraulic lock, is added to ensure that the hydraulic pipeline can be safely self-locked when the hydraulic pipeline bursts accidentally. An overload sound-activated alarm is installed to distinguish overload or equipment failure.