The definition of the log carriage


A log carriage carrying sawn timber. The frame is high, and there are two pairs of left and right splints at the lower part of the vehicle to hold the sawn timber and automatically complete loading, unloading and transportation. According to its structure and use, the log carriage can be divided into general-purpose type and special-purpose type. In the wood industry, general-purpose holding trucks should be used for loading and unloading operations. The structure of the general-purpose holding car is roughly composed of cab, frame, power device, transmission system, braking system, lifting mechanism, walking mechanism, working fixture and so on. Due to the high frame, the two driving wheels (usually rear wheel drive) use the chain as the power, and most of the four wheels of the material holding car can turn and be driven by the internal combustion engine. There are many kinds of working fixtures, the most commonly used are hydraulic splint and fork. The hydraulic splint can clamp and lift the goods from the side, so the transported goods must be placed on the bracket. For the holding truck with forks, the forks can be used to take bundles or other pieces of goods. Two pairs of forks can rotate 90 ° in the horizontal direction, and the goods can be lifted by screwing the forks under the goods. The action of the splint or fork is completed by the hydraulic device. When the holding truck works, drive the truck to the wood pile (or other items to be transported), put down the hydraulic fixture and clamp the wood bundle, then lift it, unload or stack it after it is transported to the destination

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