Risen hydraulic oil cylinder (RISEN) is usually composed of a cylinder block, a cylinder rod (piston rod) and a seal. The inside of the cylinder block is divided into two parts by a piston, and one oil hole is opened. Because the compression ratio of the liquid is very small, when one of the oil holes enters the oil, the piston will be pushed to make the other oil hole out of the oil. The piston will drive the piston rod to extend (retract), and vice versa.
(Nimori RO series oil cylinder is installed on the equipment)
The most basic 5 parts of Risen Hydraulic Cylinder (RISEN): 1-cylinder barrel and cylinder head 2-piston and piston rod 3-seal device 4-buffer device 5-exhaust device.
(Nissen Risen cylinder installation and fixing)
The working principle of each type of cylinder is almost similar. Take a manual jack as an example, the jack is actually the simplest oil cylinder. Manually pressurize the stalk (hydraulic manual pump) to make the hydraulic oil enter the cylinder through a one-way valve. At this time, the hydraulic oil entering the cylinder cannot be backed up due to the single valve, force the cylinder rod upward, and then continue to make the hydraulic oil in the work Constantly enter the hydraulic cylinder, just keep going up, open the hydraulic valve when it is going to lower, and return the hydraulic oil to the fuel tank. This is the simplest working principle. Others are improved on this basis.
(Nissen RISEN cylinder is used in precision stamping equipment)
Hydraulic cylinder is the most important actuator in the hydraulic system. It converts hydraulic energy into mechanical energy and cooperates with various transmission mechanisms to complete various mechanical movements.
(Reciprocation of Risen RISEN cylinder)
(Nissen Risen hydraulic system performs power output and control on the oil cylinder)