The planetary reducer is also a very important component in the tensile machine. Some customers do not know much about this and do not know its function. Next, Fubao will discuss and analyze the function and principle of the reducer based on this issue.
1. Reduce the speed and increase the output torque at the same time. The torque output ratio is based on the motor output multiplied by the reduction ratio, but it cannot exceed the rated torque.
2. Deceleration also reduces the inertia of the load. The reduction in inertia is the square of the reduction ratio. Generally, the motor has an inertia value.
2. What is a tensile machine?
A tensile machine is a device used to test the tensile, compression, bending and other properties of materials. It is widely used in materials science, machinery manufacturing, building materials and other fields. In the tensile machine, the planetary reducer plays a vital role.
The tensile tester is suitable for tensile testing of rubber, plastics, textiles, waterproof materials, wires and cables, mesh ropes, metal wires, metal rods, metal plates and other materials. With the addition of attachments, it can be used for compression, bending and other tests. It has test force numbers. Display, test speed is continuously adjustable, automatic shutdown when the sample is broken, peak hold and other functions. A must-see when choosing a tensile testing machine.
The tensile testing machine test is to clamp the sample with the upper clamp and the lower clamp, and one of the furniture is fixed. Another clamp moves up or down until it breaks and records the maximum value and displacement. Then the tensile strength, shear strength, peel strength, yield strength, ring compression strength, tension, compression, bending, and tear can be calculated through the software. , shearing and other tests.
3. Working principle of planetary reducer in tensile machine
First of all, the planetary reducer plays a transmission role in the tensile machine. The tensile machine requires a motor to provide power, and the planetary reducer plays a transmission role, converting the high-speed rotation provided by the motor into the low-speed, high-torque output required by the tensile machine. In this way, it can not only meet the speed requirements of different test requirements, but also ensure the stability and accuracy during the test process.
Secondly, the planetary reducer plays a decelerating role in the tensile machine. In tensile testing, materials often need to be stretched or compressed to a large extent, which requires corresponding high torque output. The deceleration effect of the planetary reducer can convert the high-speed rotation provided by the motor into the low-speed and high-torque output required by the tensile machine, thereby meeting the needs of the test.
In addition, the planetary reducer can also play a smooth transmission role in the tensile machine. In the tensile test, the material needs to be continuously stretched or compressed, and the smooth transmission of the planetary reducer can ensure the stability and accuracy during the test and avoid the impact of unstable transmission on the test results.
Finally, the planetary reducer can also play a protective role in the tensile machine. In the tensile test, due to the large impact force that may be received during the test, the planetary reducer can protect the motor and other equipment through deceleration and transmission, and extend the service life of the equipment.
In short, the planetary reducer plays the role of transmission, deceleration, smooth transmission and protection in the tensile machine, and plays a vital role in ensuring the stability, accuracy and service life of the tensile tester.
herefore, in the design and use of tensile machines, the selection and use of planetary reducers are crucial, and reasonable selection and configuration need to be made according to specific testing needs and equipment requirements.
It is hoped that through continuous technological innovation and equipment optimization, the role of planetary reducers in tensile machines can be further improved and more stable, accurate and reliable equipment support can be provided for tensile testing.