1. What is a breaker accumulator?
The breaker hammer accumulator is an accessory commonly used in construction machinery. It can convert the energy of the hydraulic system into impact force to achieve the crushing effect on hard materials such as rocks and concrete. Compared with traditional pneumatic breakers, hammer accumulators have the advantages of low noise, low vibration, and long service life, so they are becoming more and more popular in the market.
2. Composition of breaker hammer accumulator
The hammer accumulator consists of the following parts: hammer head, cylinder, compression chamber, piston and two one-way valves. Among them, the compression chamber is the core component for storing hydraulic energy.
3. Working principle of breaker accumulator
When the hydraulic pump supplies pressure to the liquid in the cylinder of the breaker accumulator, the hammer head will move downward along the guide rod. At this time, the liquid will enter the compression chamber, and by compressing the spring, energy will be stored inside, that is, elastic potential energy will be stored. As the hydraulic pump continues to supply pressure, the energy stored in the compression chamber also increases.
When the liquid pressure in the cylinder reaches the set value, the one-way valve will close. At this time, the hammer head will move quickly and release the energy in the compression chamber, generating a strong impact force. By continuously repeating this process, the crushing effect on hard materials can be achieved.
The breaker hammer accumulator is an accessory commonly used in engineering machinery. It can convert the energy of the hydraulic system into impact force to achieve crushing of hard materials. Through the energy storage in the compression chamber and the rapid energy release process, the hammer accumulator can quickly and stably complete tasks such as crushing and excavation required in the project.