do you know? High frequency + hydraulic + vibration = piling artifact
Hydraulic pile driver is also called pile hammer, vibratory pile hammer, etc. It consists of pile hammer, pile frame and auxiliary equipment. The pile hammer is attached between two parallel vertical guides （commonly known as gantry） at the front of the pile frame. The hook is lifted. The pile frame is a steel structure tower, and a hoisting machine is arranged at the rear portion for lifting the pile and the pile hammer. In front of the pile frame, there are two guide bars composed of guide rods to control the direction of piling, so that the pile can accurately penetrate the formation according to the design orientation. With the oil pressure as the power, the hydraulic pressure can be adjusted according to the soil quality of the formation to achieve the appropriate impact force for piling.
The pile driver is one of the important equipments in the pile foundation construction. It is widely used in the foundation construction of industrial and civil buildings, ports, docks, bridges, etc. It has high piling efficiency, low cost, not easy to damage the pile head, and small deformation of the pile. Other advantages, especially the low noise, with the continuous strengthening of people's environmental awareness, will also be an inevitable trend in the development of foot piling equipment.
1. Full hydraulic drive, can rotate 360 ??degrees left and right, easy to operate;
2, convenient transportation, can be integrated with the excavator;
3, suitable for a variety of different work sites, rainy days can also be normal operation on the river, water, underwater;
4, can be used with the crane, only need to be equipped with a combination of hydraulic power;
5, can hit, pull steel piles, cement piles, rail columns, iron plates, H steel, drainage belts;
6. The hydraulic motor is small in size and light in weight, but can output high power and high speed;
7. The patented design of the hydraulic valve device makes the main oil system of the excavator not easily damaged;