Sheet, Piston and Cylinder for Extruded Aluminum Extrusions
Extrusion is a plastic deformation process designed to produce high-strength semi-finished metal products of constant length (solid and hollow, symmetrical and non-symmetrical aluminum profiles and their alloys such as wire, belt, tube and bush) in large quantities and The surface is of high quality and dimensional accuracy. In this process, the billet flows through a smaller cross-section with force. The extrusion press is made up of two main front and rear parts, which are connected to each other by four mounting rods mounted on cast-iron plates. Hydraulic pressure is created by a heliolytic pump. Also, high-strength cast iron and cylinders and pistons are one of the components of the device, which causes the pressure and progression of the frame to be a steel rod that is connected to the main cylinder and The billet grade is GGG60, GGG40 and the steel grade used by GS52 and GS20Mn5.