Product Description

 

Telescopic
The Telescopic Dump Trailer is designed to handle bulk materials with unprecedented efficiency and flexibility. At its heart lies the telescopic cylinder, a core component that enables the trailer to extend and retract its dumping mechanism, delivering remarkable versatility and maneuverability. Its extended reach and precision control enable operators to dump materials at heights that would be otherwise difficult or impossible to reach. This capability opens up a world of possibilities, from accessing hard-to-reach areas to loading and unloading materials more efficiently, even in confined spaces.

Dual Ram
The Dual Ram Dump Trailer is a revolutionary transportation solution, which heart lies the hydraulic cylinder, a key component that enables the trailer’s dual-ram dumping mechanism, delivering superior performance and maneuverability. The Dual Ram Dump Trailer offers a cost-effective solution for material handling operations. Its durability and longevity reduce the need for frequent maintenance or replacements, while its efficiency in loading and unloading materials can significantly cut operational costs.

Scissor Hoist
The Scissor Hoist Dump Trailer is a highly versatile and efficient transportation solution, designed for handling bulk materials in a range of challenging environments. At its core lies the hoist cylinder, a crucial component that enables the scissor-like lifting mechanism and accurate positioning of the trailer’s dumping system. The Scissor Hoist Dump Trailer offers numerous advantages over traditional dump trailers. The hoist cylinder allows for efficient loading and unloading of materials, even in confined spaces or on uneven terrain. The scissor hoist dump trailer’s compact design and maneuverability make it suitable for a variety of applications, from construction sites to waste disposal facilities.

About Us
Established in  1988, HangZhou LD Machinery Co, LTD. (hereinafter referred to “LD”) is a leading manufacturer specializing in the design, research, development, manufacture and marketing in the hydraulic industry. Being one of major suppliers of customized components and cylinders for manufacturers spreaded all over the world, the company is committed to offer high quality products with competitive prices and excellent service worldwide.

Headquartered in HangZhou City, ZHangZhoug Province, the company wholly owns a subsidiary production factory named “HangZhou YUEWEI Hydraulic Technology Co., Ltd”, which covers an area of more than  380,000 square meters, possesses abundant technical strength and sound production management system, superior machining production equipment, strict and effective quality control system, advanced and excellent inspection instruments.

More than  35 years experience in machining industry, with over  10 experienced technical engineers and  150 skilled workers, LD has a senior engineering technical team with special skills and rich experience in product design, casting, forging, and CNC machining, can handle special material, structure, defect and processing, meet the evolving needs, and provide optimal solution and real one-stop service to customers.
 

Hydraulic Cylinder Producing Process

Step1: Quality Control on Raw Material
We have our own lab in factory, inspect the raw material and do the test. For every batch of material we received, we will ask supplier provide their certificate, and then cut them to do the test again to see if the results match the certification. Also, every batch we received, we will cut them into pieces to check the air bubbles. Once they are all qualified, we will accept it, and all detail information will be recording in our ERP system. We will also pay lot of attention on the salt spray test for chrome rod. Every month, we will cut the material, put them into test machine to see if it reach the requirement. All the result will be recorded at our QC department. If customer need, we can provide it.

Step2: Quality Control on Machining

we start doing components machining from 1988 with 36 years experience now and insist doing 100% inspection. We spend lots of money, invest on auto robots and machines. Now half of the producing line is by robot so that we can ensure our quality be stable good. For every part of the cylinder, we do 3 times inspecting. Firstly, workers will do self inspection. Secondly, we have tour-hour inspection checking the products, 2 times in the morning and 2 times in the afternoon, make sure that every step is good. After the products are all completed, we will do 100% inspection. For thread, for the tolerance, everything, we need double check. Also, we have specific warehouse just for the measuring tools. Every inspector have their own measuring tool and we will check the measuring tools regularly to make sure they are all in good condition, so that the measuring results will be convincing.

Step3: Quality Control on Welding

We are qualified to AWS certification, which is very popular in North American market. First, for the visual test, we will make sure that every components are welded good, look beautiful. And the second, we need to check the penetration. We have more than 15 years experience, we do know what kind of designing angle can make the cylinder welding strong. Once we finish the first article, we will cut it and analyse the welding to see if it is fulfill the groove. And then do the radiographic testing to make sure there is no gap inside. What’s more, we will do the ultrasonic test to check the program for the robot. Now 80% of welding is doing by robot. Once the program confirmed, no 1 can change it unless the welding manager, and they only have 5% right.

Step4: Quality Control on Assembling
For assembling, we have some difference with others. The brand we uses for seals are all those famous brand like Aston, Parker, Hallite. The cylinder we give to our customer has 2 years warranty. For our company, we engrave our part number and manufacturing date for the quality warranty. So no matter for seals or any others, as long as they are parts of cylinder, if it is under 2 years, we will take responsibility for them. And we will do the test for every cylinder like for pressure after we finish assembling.

Step5: Quality Control on Painting
We have our half auto painting line. Right now, we can paint about 1500 cylinders per day, which is about 1 container. Before we do the painting, we will do the wash first and for every cylinder, we will test for hardness, thickness and adhesion to make sure the painting are all good, which will be recorded into OQC report, print out and stick on the box, ship to you with your products.

Step6: Hydraulic Cylinder Packing
For every cylinder, we have the stick to show the detail information like bore size, stroke and working pressure. And we will use individual plastic bag packing. If customer need, we can also use individual carton box packing. We will fasten 1 floor after 1 floor with plat, so customer can only cut what they need and other layer will still be fasten. Moreover, there will be plywood pallet or plywood box for customer choosing. We will also send the loading picture to customer after we ship them to make sure everything is well loaded in China.

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Enterprise Features

FAQ
Q1. What is LD product’s quality assurance?
100% inspection for each product before shipping with inspection rereport for tracking.

Q2: How long is the warranty on LD products?
The warranty is 2 years for general products since the date of shipment.

Q3: How LD deal with the quality problem during warranty period?
1. LD will take the corresponding cost caused by customer local reparing. 
2. LD will provide the product by free if the repair cost is higher than the product value, but the freight involved shall be borne by customer side.

Q4: How to ensure the order can be shipped on time?
LD will send the “production schedule” every week after receiving customers’ orders. If any delays, LD will inform customers 3 weeks in advance, so as to facilitate the customer to arrange the schedule.

Q5: Does LD offer delivery service?
Yes. LD has deep cooperation with logistics companies all over the world to provide customers with quick and convenient “Door-to-Door services”,including sea, air and express.

Q6: How LD control the product quality?
1. Raw materials: We will test the material of each batch of raw materials we receive, and the piston rod will be tested with salt spray. This is to ensure that the material of our products meets the requirements at the beginning.
2. Processing: We have the leading machining equipment, and obtained ISO9001 certification.
3. Welding: Our factory is equipped with welding robots, and has obtained the AWS certification.
4. Assembly pressure test: 100% testing with OQC report for cHangZhou. The seals we use are: Hallite, Aston and Gapi

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Warranty: 2 Years Warranty
Seals: Packer/Hallite/Gapi
Surface Treatment: Hard Chrome, Zinc, Copper
Oil Port: NPT/SAE/BSPP
Material: 20#Steel/45#Steel
Operating Temperature: -40 Degree to +120 Degree
Samples:
US$ 45/Piece
1 Piece(Min.Order)

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Customization:
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How do hydraulic cylinders compare to other methods of force generation like electric motors?

Hydraulic cylinders and electric motors are two different methods of force generation with distinct characteristics and applications. While both hydraulic cylinders and electric motors can generate force, they differ in terms of their working principles, performance attributes, and suitability for specific applications. Here’s a detailed comparison of hydraulic cylinders and electric motors:

1. Working Principle:

– Hydraulic Cylinders: Hydraulic cylinders generate force through the conversion of fluid pressure into linear motion. They consist of a cylinder barrel, piston, piston rod, and hydraulic fluid. When pressurized hydraulic fluid enters the cylinder, it pushes against the piston, causing the piston rod to extend or retract, thereby generating linear force.

– Electric Motors: Electric motors generate force through the conversion of electrical energy into rotational motion. They consist of a stator, rotor, and electromagnetic field. When an electrical current is applied to the motor’s windings, it creates a magnetic field that interacts with the rotor, causing it to rotate and generate torque.

2. Force and Power:

– Hydraulic Cylinders: Hydraulic cylinders are known for their high force capabilities. They can generate substantial linear forces, making them suitable for heavy-duty applications that require lifting, pushing, or pulling large loads. Hydraulic systems can provide high force output even at low speeds, allowing for precise control over force application. However, hydraulic systems typically operate at lower speeds compared to electric motors.

– Electric Motors: Electric motors excel in providing high rotational speeds and are commonly used for applications that require rapid motion. While electric motors can generate significant torque, they tend to have lower force output compared to hydraulic cylinders. Electric motors are suitable for applications that involve continuous rotary motion, such as driving conveyor belts, rotating machinery, or powering vehicles.

3. Control and Precision:

– Hydraulic Cylinders: Hydraulic systems offer excellent control over force, speed, and positioning. By regulating the flow of hydraulic fluid, the force and speed of hydraulic cylinders can be precisely controlled. Hydraulic systems can provide gradual acceleration and deceleration, allowing for smooth and precise movements. This level of control makes hydraulic cylinders well-suited for applications that require precise positioning, such as in industrial automation or construction equipment.

– Electric Motors: Electric motors also offer precise control over speed and positioning. Through motor control techniques such as varying voltage, frequency, or pulse width modulation (PWM), the rotational speed and position of electric motors can be accurately controlled. Electric motors are commonly used in applications that require precise speed control, such as robotics, CNC machines, or servo systems.

4. Efficiency and Energy Consumption:

– Hydraulic Cylinders: Hydraulic systems can be highly efficient, especially when properly sized and designed. However, hydraulic systems typically have higher energy losses due to factors such as fluid leakage, friction, and heat generation. The overall efficiency of a hydraulic system depends on the design, component selection, and maintenance practices. Hydraulic systems require a hydraulic power unit to pressurize the hydraulic fluid, which consumes additional energy.

– Electric Motors: Electric motors can have high efficiency, especially when operated at their optimal operating conditions. Electric motors have lower energy losses compared to hydraulic systems, primarily due to the absence of fluid leakage and lower friction losses. The overall efficiency of an electric motor depends on factors such as motor design, load conditions, and control techniques. Electric motors require an electrical power source, and their energy consumption depends on the motor’s power rating and the duration of operation.

5. Environmental Considerations:

– Hydraulic Cylinders: Hydraulic systems typically use hydraulic fluids that can pose environmental concerns if they leak or are not properly disposed of. The choice of hydraulic fluid can impact factors such as biodegradability, toxicity, and potential environmental hazards. Proper maintenance and leak prevention practices are essential to minimize the environmental impact of hydraulic systems.

– Electric Motors: Electric motors are generally considered more environmentally friendly since they do not require hydraulic fluids. However, the environmental impact of electric motors depends on the source of electricity used to power them. When powered by renewable energy sources, such as solar or wind, electric motors can offer a greener solution compared to hydraulic systems.

6. Application Suitability:

– Hydraulic Cylinders: Hydraulic cylinders are commonly used in applications that require high force output, precise control, and durability. They are widely employed in industries such as construction, manufacturing, mining, and aerospace. Hydraulic systems are well-suited for heavy-duty applications, such as lifting heavy objects, operating heavy machinery, or controlling large-scale movements.

– Electric Motors: Electric motors are widely used in various industries and applications that require rotational motion, speed control, and precise positioning. They are commonly found in appliances, transportation, robotics, HVAC systems, and automation. Electric motorsare suitable for applications that involve continuous rotary motion, such as driving conveyor belts, rotating machinery, or powering vehicles.In summary, hydraulic cylinders and electric motors have different working principles, force capabilities, control characteristics, efficiency levels, and application suitability. Hydraulic cylinders excel in providing high force output, precise control, and durability, making them ideal for heavy-duty applications. Electric motors, on the other hand, offer high rotational speeds, precise speed control, and are commonly used for applications that involve continuous rotary motion. The choice between hydraulic cylinders and electric motors depends on the specific requirements of the application, including the type of motion, force output, control precision, and environmental considerations.

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Ensuring Consistent Force Output for Repetitive Tasks with Hydraulic Cylinders

Hydraulic cylinders are designed to ensure consistent force output for repetitive tasks. This consistency is essential for maintaining precise control, achieving uniform results, and optimizing the performance of hydraulic systems. Let’s explore how hydraulic cylinders achieve consistent force output for repetitive tasks:

  1. Design and Manufacturing Standards: Hydraulic cylinders are manufactured to meet strict design and manufacturing standards. These standards ensure that the cylinders are built with precision and accuracy, enabling them to deliver consistent force output. The components, such as the piston, cylinder barrel, seals, and valves, are engineered to work together harmoniously, minimizing variations in force generation.
  2. Pressure Regulation: Hydraulic systems incorporate pressure regulation mechanisms to maintain a constant pressure level. Pressure relief valves, pressure regulators, and pressure-compensated pumps help maintain a consistent hydraulic pressure throughout the system. By regulating the pressure, hydraulic cylinders receive a consistent supply of pressurized fluid, resulting in consistent force output for repetitive tasks.
  3. Flow Control: Flow control valves are utilized in hydraulic systems to manage the flow rate of hydraulic fluid. These valves regulate the speed at which the fluid enters and exits the hydraulic cylinder, influencing the force output. By controlling the flow rate, hydraulic cylinders can achieve consistent force output for repetitive tasks. This is particularly important when it comes to tasks that require precise and uniform force application.
  4. Effective Seal Performance: Sealing systems play a crucial role in hydraulic cylinders by preventing fluid leakage and maintaining pressure integrity. High-quality seals and proper installation ensure effective sealing throughout the cylinder’s operation. By minimizing internal leakage, hydraulic cylinders can maintain consistent force output, even during repetitive tasks.
  5. Maintenance and Inspection: Regular maintenance and inspection of hydraulic cylinders are essential for ensuring consistent force output. By following maintenance schedules, replacing worn-out components, and monitoring cylinder performance, any potential issues that could affect force consistency can be identified and addressed promptly. This proactive approach helps maintain the reliability and performance of hydraulic cylinders over time.

In summary, hydraulic cylinders employ various mechanisms to ensure consistent force output for repetitive tasks. Adherence to design and manufacturing standards, pressure regulation, flow control, effective seal performance, and regular maintenance all contribute to achieving consistent force output. By maintaining precision, minimizing variations, and addressing potential issues, hydraulic cylinders provide reliable and consistent force generation, facilitating the successful completion of repetitive tasks in various applications.

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What are the common signs of wear or leakage that indicate hydraulic cylinder issues?

Hydraulic cylinders are critical components in hydraulic systems, and wear or leakage can lead to performance issues and potential system failures. It is important to be aware of the common signs that indicate hydraulic cylinder problems. Here’s a detailed explanation of the common signs of wear or leakage that indicate hydraulic cylinder issues:

1. Fluid Leakage:

– Fluid leakage is one of the most obvious signs of hydraulic cylinder problems. If you notice hydraulic fluid leaking from the cylinder, it indicates a seal failure or damage to the cylinder. Leaking fluid may be visible around the rod, piston, or cylinder body. It is important to address fluid leakage promptly as it can lead to a loss of system efficiency, contamination of the surrounding environment, and potential damage to other system components.

2. Reduced Performance:

– Wear or internal damage to the hydraulic cylinder can result in reduced performance. You may notice a decrease in the cylinder’s force output, slower operation, or difficulty in extending or retracting the cylinder. Reduced performance can be indicative of worn seals, damaged piston or rod, internal leakage, or contamination within the cylinder. Any noticeable decrease in the cylinder’s performance should be inspected and addressed to prevent further damage or system inefficiencies.

3. Abnormal Noise or Vibrations:

– Unusual noise or vibrations during the operation of a hydraulic cylinder can indicate internal wear or damage. Excessive noise, knocking sounds, or vibrations that are not typical for the system may suggest problems such as worn bearings, misalignment, or loose internal components. These signs should be investigated to identify the source of the issue and take appropriate corrective measures.

4. Excessive Heat:

– Overheating of the hydraulic cylinder is another sign of potential issues. If the cylinder feels excessively hot to the touch during normal operation, it may indicate problems such as internal leakage, fluid contamination, or inadequate lubrication. Excessive heat can lead to accelerated wear, reduced efficiency, and overall system malfunctions. Monitoring the temperature of the hydraulic cylinder is important to detect and address potential problems.

5. External Damage:

– Physical damage to the hydraulic cylinder, such as dents, scratches, or bent rods, can contribute to wear and leakage issues. External damage can compromise the integrity of the cylinder, leading to fluid leakage, misalignment, or inefficient operation. Regular inspection of the cylinder’s external condition is essential to identify any visible signs of damage and take appropriate actions.

6. Seal Failure:

– Hydraulic cylinder seals are critical components that prevent fluid leakage and maintain system integrity. Signs of seal failure include fluid leakage, reduced performance, and increased friction during cylinder operation. Damaged or worn seals should be replaced promptly to prevent further deterioration of the cylinder’s performance and potential damage to other system components.

7. Contamination:

– Contamination within the hydraulic cylinder can cause wear, damage to seals, and overall system inefficiencies. Signs of contamination include the presence of foreign particles, debris, or sludge in the hydraulic fluid or visible damage to seals and other internal components. Regular fluid analysis and maintenance practices should be implemented to prevent contamination and address any signs of contamination promptly.

8. Irregular Seal Wear:

– Hydraulic cylinder seals can wear over time due to friction, pressure, and operating conditions. Irregular seal wear patterns, such as uneven wear or excessive wear in specific areas, may indicate misalignment or improper installation. Monitoring the condition of the seals during regular maintenance can help identify potential issues and prevent premature seal failure.

It is important to address these common signs of wear or leakage promptly to prevent further damage, ensure the optimal performance of hydraulic cylinders, and maintain the overall efficiency and reliability of the hydraulic system. Regular inspection, maintenance, and timely repairs or replacements of damaged components are key to mitigating hydraulic cylinder issues and maximizing system longevity.
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