Explain conveyor and auger, Mechanical Engineering

Conveyor and auger

Two Hydraulic motors are provided for individual control of two conveyors and Auger, which are provided for individual control of material on both the sides of machine

AUGERS

The augers are driven and actuated independently from the conveyors. The Left-hand and the right hand half of the auger can be controlled separately. The drive System is fully hydraulic. The conveying direction can be changed towards the center or towardthe outside. This ensures that there is always a sufficient supply with material even if an excessive amount of material is required at one side. The auger speed is continuously controlled by sensors that monitor the material flow.

 

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