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    Discussion in 'Manufacturers of mechanical parts' started by noorafshan, Sep 6, 2020.

    1. noorafshan

      noorafshan New Member

      Sep 2020
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      There are two types of compactors: plate or forward compactor and frog compactor. The plate compactors move forward and act in the compaction of granular soils, such as sand, in the range of 20 to 30 cm. These units are typically small and lightweight, so they can easily maneuver along obstacles and around hard work areas. Forward-facing plate compactors allow them to collect thinner layers of material while minimizing the risk of overwork, which can affect the integrity of the material. Forward-facing compactors operate at speeds in the range of 1,000 to 3,200 per hour, so they are suitable for smaller maintenance tasks on tracks and passages.

      Some forward plate compactors, in addition to soil with systems and water tanks, are designed for asphalt compaction. This system transports water to the plate during operation, which minimizes the risk of asphalt sticking to the plate and contributes to high quality production.

      When working with medium to deep layers of granular material about 40 to 82 cm thick, models operating between 3,000 and 4,000 rpm are ideal. These units usually provide high centrifugal forces. These properties are very effective in achieving depths in the soil for fast and efficient compaction. These types of compactors are usually frog models, meaning they work in both forward and reverse directions. Reverse capability also means that operators can maneuver in narrow areas near obstacles and be pushed back again instead of moving around.
    3. Oilytrunk

      Oilytrunk Well-Known Member

      Nov 2017
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      Great, it really helps, thanks a lot.

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