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  GB/T UNS AISI/ASTM ID Trademark JIS W.Nr
Austenite Stainless Steel 06Cr25Ni20 S31008 310S     SUH310S 1.4845
06Cr19Ni13Mo3 S31700 317 F317   SUS317  
571Cr19Ni13Mo3 S31703 317L F317L   SUS317L 1.4438
06Cr18Ni11Ti S32100 321 F321   SUS321  
06Cr18Ni11Nb S34700 347 F347   SUS347 1.455
07Cr18Ni11Nb S34709 347H F347H   SUS347H 1.4912
  S2571 XM-19 Fxm-19 Nitronic50    
  S21800 ALLoy218   Nitronic60    
  N 0571 1 Alloy20 F20      
015Cr20Ni18Mo6CuN S31254 254SMo F44     1.4547
RS-2            
015Cr21Ni26Mo5Cu2 N5714 904L F904L     1.4539
015Cr24Ni22Mo8Mn3CuN S32654 645SMO       1.4652
  S30185 253Ma        
 
Duplex Stainless Steel
571Cr22Ni5Mo3N S31803   F51 AL2205 SUS32953L 1.4462
OCr26Ni5Mo2 S32900 329     SUS32951 1.446
  S32950   F52      
571Cr25Ni7Mo4N S32750 2507 F53     1.441
  S39274   F54      
571Cr25Ni7Mo4WCuN S32760   F55     1.4501
571Cr23Ni5Mo3N S32205 2205 F60      
03Cr25Ni6Mo#Cu2N S32550 255 F61   SUS32954L 1.4507
Precipitation Hardening Stainless Steel 05Cr17Ni4Cu4Nb S17400 630,17-4PH     SUS630 1.4542
07Cr17NiZAl S17700 631,17-7PH     SUS631 1.4568
07Cr15Ni7Mo2Al S16700 632,15-7MoPH       1.4532
06Cr17Ni7AlTi S17600 635        
05Cr15Ni5Cu4Nb S15500 XM-12,15-5PH       1.4545
04Cr13Ni8Mo2Al S13800 XM-13,13-8MoPH        

 

HangZhou CZPT Heavy Industry Co. Ltd was established in 2008, the main products include: all kinds of forging rolls, patio drilling rig drilling tools, and various of large hydraulic cylinders.
 

The company produces various of forging rolls, which are widely used in steel mill rolling mills, copper and aluminum strip rolling mills, cement rotary kilns, roll presses, ore crushers, paper making rolls, rubber and plastic rollers, cylinder plungers, piston rods, hydraulic press tie rods, etc. The outer diameter of the roller can reach 800mm, and the length can reach 6000mm. The length of the piston rod and pull rod can reach 11 meters.

The company has 15 years of experience in the production of cutterheads and drilling tools for patio drilling rigs. The diameter of the cutterhead can reach 6 meters, and the drill pipe is from 8″-13″. Products have been exported to many countries, including South Africa, Brazil, Peru, Mexico, Vietnam, Russia and so on.
 

The various large hydraulic cylinders and high-precision AGC servo cylinders produced by the company are widely used in forging machinery, engineering and mining machinery, water conservancy engineering, ship machinery, port machinery, hydraulic lifting equipment, etc. Up to now, large cylinders have been widely used in various hydraulic presses, extruders, die-casting machines, injection molding machines, etc. In 2008, servo cylinders for steel mill rolling mills with a bore of 950mm were successfully exported to Poland. In 2009, the hydraulic cylinder with a stroke of 10 CZPT was successfully exported to the Pakistan water conservancy project. In October 2016, large cylinders weighing 90 tons per unit have been successfully exported to Russia. The range of cylinders that the company can produce: cylinder diameter 1000mm, stroke 12 meters, test pressure up to 50MPA.
 

The company has built a heavy workshop of 8,000 square meters. The workshop is equipped with double-decker driving. The lifting height can reach to 16 meters, and the design lifting capacity is 50 tons. The company has perfect machining equipment, heat treatment equipment and testing equipment, including: 11m horizontal lathe, vertical machining center, digital display boring and milling machine, gantry machining center, cylindrical grinding, various types of CNC lathes, 13m deep hole boring machine, 13m CNC deep hole honing machine, tempering CZPT with a length of 6 meters, a quenching tank with a length of 10 meters, a medium frequency quenching machine with a height of 6 meters, and a straightening machine with a pressure of 500 tons. Testing equipment includes: intelligent pressure test bench, ultrasonic flaw detector, magnetic particle flaw detector, coating thickness gauge, roughness tester, etc. The company is committed to providing customers with a full range of system solutions, to revitalize the national equipment to contribute, in the past 15 years, the company continues to develop the market and research and development of new products, the company’s products have been exported to more than 50 countries and regions.
 

The company has passed ISO9001, ISO14001, ISO45001 system certification. The company sincerely hopes to carry out technical exchanges with domestic and foreign counterparts, and looks CZPT to cooperating with customers in various industries, HangZhou CZPT Heavy Industry Co. Ltd welcomes your visit!

FAQ
1. who are we?
We are based in ZheJiang , China, start from 2008,sell to Domestic Market(36.00%),Eastern Europe(21.00%),Southeast Asia(16.00%),South America(12.00%),North America(9.00%),Northern Europe(4.00%),South Asia(2.00%). There are total about 51-100 people in our office.

2. how can we guarantee quality?
Always a pre-production sample before mass production; Always final Inspection before shipment;

3.what can you buy from us?
Roll and Rollers.

4. why should you buy from us not from other suppliers?
We have rich experience on casting, forging and heat treatment.

5. what services can we provide?
Accepted Delivery Terms: FOB,CFR,CIF,EXW,FAS,CIP,FCA,CPT,DEQ,DDP,DDU,Express Delivery,DAF,DES; Accepted Payment Currency:USD,EUR,CNY; Accepted Payment Type: T/T,L/C,D/P D/A,Western Union; Language Spoken:English,Chinese,Portuguese,Russian

Processing Object: Metal
Molding Style: Forging
Molding Technics: Pressure Casting
Application: Machinery Parts
Material: Steel
Heat Treatment: Quenching
Customization:
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Can drive shafts be adapted for use in both automotive and industrial settings?

Yes, drive shafts can be adapted for use in both automotive and industrial settings. While there may be some differences in design and specifications based on the specific application requirements, the fundamental principles and functions of drive shafts remain applicable in both contexts. Here’s a detailed explanation:

1. Power Transmission:

Drive shafts serve the primary purpose of transmitting rotational power from a power source, such as an engine or motor, to driven components, which can be wheels, machinery, or other mechanical systems. This fundamental function applies to both automotive and industrial settings. Whether it’s delivering power to the wheels of a vehicle or transferring torque to industrial machinery, the basic principle of power transmission remains the same for drive shafts in both contexts.

2. Design Considerations:

While there may be variations in design based on specific applications, the core design considerations for drive shafts are similar in both automotive and industrial settings. Factors such as torque requirements, operating speeds, length, and material selection are taken into account in both cases. Automotive drive shafts are typically designed to accommodate the dynamic nature of vehicle operation, including variations in speed, angles, and suspension movement. Industrial drive shafts, on the other hand, may be designed for specific machinery and equipment, taking into consideration factors such as load capacity, operating conditions, and alignment requirements. However, the underlying principles of ensuring proper dimensions, strength, and balance are essential in both automotive and industrial drive shaft designs.

3. Material Selection:

The material selection for drive shafts is influenced by the specific requirements of the application, whether in automotive or industrial settings. In automotive applications, drive shafts are commonly made from materials such as steel or aluminum alloys, chosen for their strength, durability, and ability to withstand varying operating conditions. In industrial settings, drive shafts may be made from a broader range of materials, including steel, stainless steel, or even specialized alloys, depending on factors such as load capacity, corrosion resistance, or temperature tolerance. The material selection is tailored to meet the specific needs of the application while ensuring efficient power transfer and durability.

4. Joint Configurations:

Both automotive and industrial drive shafts may incorporate various joint configurations to accommodate the specific requirements of the application. Universal joints (U-joints) are commonly used in both contexts to allow for angular movement and compensate for misalignment between the drive shaft and driven components. Constant velocity (CV) joints are also utilized, particularly in automotive drive shafts, to maintain a constant velocity of rotation and accommodate varying operating angles. These joint configurations are adapted and optimized based on the specific needs of automotive or industrial applications.

5. Maintenance and Service:

While maintenance practices may vary between automotive and industrial settings, the importance of regular inspection, lubrication, and balancing remains crucial in both cases. Both automotive and industrial drive shafts benefit from periodic maintenance to ensure optimal performance, identify potential issues, and prolong the lifespan of the drive shafts. Lubrication of joints, inspection for wear or damage, and balancing procedures are common maintenance tasks for drive shafts in both automotive and industrial applications.

6. Customization and Adaptation:

Drive shafts can be customized and adapted to meet the specific requirements of various automotive and industrial applications. Manufacturers often offer drive shafts with different lengths, diameters, and joint configurations to accommodate a wide range of vehicles or machinery. This flexibility allows for the adaptation of drive shafts to suit the specific torque, speed, and dimensional requirements of different applications, whether in automotive or industrial settings.

In summary, drive shafts can be adapted for use in both automotive and industrial settings by considering the specific requirements of each application. While there may be variations in design, materials, joint configurations, and maintenance practices, the fundamental principles of power transmission, design considerations, and customization options remain applicable in both contexts. Drive shafts play a crucial role in both automotive and industrial applications, enabling efficient power transfer and reliable operation in a wide range of mechanical systems.

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Can you provide real-world examples of vehicles and machinery that use drive shafts?

Drive shafts are widely used in various vehicles and machinery to transmit power from the engine or power source to the wheels or driven components. Here are some real-world examples of vehicles and machinery that utilize drive shafts:

1. Automobiles:

Drive shafts are commonly found in automobiles, especially those with rear-wheel drive or four-wheel drive systems. In these vehicles, the drive shaft transfers power from the transmission or transfer case to the rear differential or front differential, respectively. This allows the engine’s power to be distributed to the wheels, propelling the vehicle forward.

2. Trucks and Commercial Vehicles:

Drive shafts are essential components in trucks and commercial vehicles. They are used to transfer power from the transmission or transfer case to the rear axle or multiple axles in the case of heavy-duty trucks. Drive shafts in commercial vehicles are designed to handle higher torque loads and are often larger and more robust than those used in passenger cars.

3. Construction and Earthmoving Equipment:

Various types of construction and earthmoving equipment, such as excavators, loaders, bulldozers, and graders, rely on drive shafts for power transmission. These machines typically have complex drivetrain systems that use drive shafts to transfer power from the engine to the wheels or tracks, enabling them to perform heavy-duty tasks on construction sites or in mining operations.

4. Agricultural Machinery:

Agricultural machinery, including tractors, combines, and harvesters, utilize drive shafts to transmit power from the engine to the wheels or driven components. Drive shafts in agricultural machinery are often subjected to demanding conditions and may have additional features such as telescopic sections to accommodate variable distances between components.

5. Industrial Machinery:

Industrial machinery, such as manufacturing equipment, generators, pumps, and compressors, often incorporate drive shafts in their power transmission systems. These drive shafts transfer power from electric motors, engines, or other power sources to various driven components, enabling the machinery to perform specific tasks in industrial settings.

6. Marine Vessels:

In marine applications, drive shafts are commonly used to transmit power from the engine to the propeller in boats, ships, and other watercraft. Marine drive shafts are typically longer and designed to withstand the unique challenges posed by water environments, including corrosion resistance and appropriate sealing mechanisms.

7. Recreational Vehicles (RVs) and Motorhomes:

RVs and motorhomes often employ drive shafts as part of their drivetrain systems. These drive shafts transfer power from the transmission to the rear axle, allowing the vehicle to move and providing propulsion. Drive shafts in RVs may have additional features such as dampers or vibration-reducing components to enhance comfort during travel.

8. Off-Road and Racing Vehicles:

Off-road vehicles, such as SUVs, trucks, and all-terrain vehicles (ATVs), as well as racing vehicles, frequently utilize drive shafts. These drive shafts are designed to withstand the rigors of off-road conditions or high-performance racing, transmitting power efficiently to the wheels and ensuring optimal traction and performance.

9. Railway Rolling Stock:

In railway systems, drive shafts are employed in locomotives and some types of rolling stock. They transfer power from the locomotive’s engine to the wheels or propulsion system, enabling the train to move along the tracks. Railway drive shafts are typically much longer and may have additional features to accommodate the articulated or flexible nature of some train configurations.

10. Wind Turbines:

Large-scale wind turbines used for generating electricity incorporate drive shafts in their power transmission systems. The drive shafts transfer rotational energy from the turbine’s blades to the generator, where it is converted into electrical power. Drive shafts in wind turbines are designed to handle the significant torque and rotational forces generated by the wind.

These examples demonstrate the broad range of vehicles and machinery that rely on drive shafts for efficient power transmission and propulsion. Drive shafts are essential components in various industries, enabling the transfer of power from the source to the driven components, ultimately facilitating movement, operation, or the performance of specific tasks.

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Are there variations in drive shaft designs for different types of machinery?

Yes, there are variations in drive shaft designs to cater to the specific requirements of different types of machinery. The design of a drive shaft is influenced by factors such as the application, power transmission needs, space limitations, operating conditions, and the type of driven components. Here’s an explanation of how drive shaft designs can vary for different types of machinery:

1. Automotive Applications:

In the automotive industry, drive shaft designs can vary depending on the vehicle’s configuration. Rear-wheel-drive vehicles typically use a single-piece or two-piece drive shaft, which connects the transmission or transfer case to the rear differential. Front-wheel-drive vehicles often use a different design, employing a drive shaft that combines with the constant velocity (CV) joints to transmit power to the front wheels. All-wheel-drive vehicles may have multiple drive shafts to distribute power to all wheels. The length, diameter, material, and joint types can differ based on the vehicle’s layout and torque requirements.

2. Industrial Machinery:

Drive shaft designs for industrial machinery depend on the specific application and power transmission requirements. In manufacturing machinery, such as conveyors, presses, and rotating equipment, drive shafts are designed to transfer power efficiently within the machine. They may incorporate flexible joints or use a splined or keyed connection to accommodate misalignment or allow for easy disassembly. The dimensions, materials, and reinforcement of the drive shaft are selected based on the torque, speed, and operating conditions of the machinery.

3. Agriculture and Farming:

Agricultural machinery, such as tractors, combines, and harvesters, often requires drive shafts that can handle high torque loads and varying operating angles. These drive shafts are designed to transmit power from the engine to attachments and implements, such as mowers, balers, tillers, and harvesters. They may incorporate telescopic sections to accommodate adjustable lengths, flexible joints to compensate for misalignment during operation, and protective shielding to prevent entanglement with crops or debris.

4. Construction and Heavy Equipment:

Construction and heavy equipment, including excavators, loaders, bulldozers, and cranes, require robust drive shaft designs capable of transmitting power in demanding conditions. These drive shafts often have larger diameters and thicker walls to handle high torque loads. They may incorporate universal joints or CV joints to accommodate operating angles and absorb shocks and vibrations. Drive shafts in this category may also have additional reinforcements to withstand the harsh environments and heavy-duty applications associated with construction and excavation.

5. Marine and Maritime Applications:

Drive shaft designs for marine applications are specifically engineered to withstand the corrosive effects of seawater and the high torque loads encountered in marine propulsion systems. Marine drive shafts are typically made from stainless steel or other corrosion-resistant materials. They may incorporate flexible couplings or dampening devices to reduce vibration and mitigate the effects of misalignment. The design of marine drive shafts also considers factors such as shaft length, diameter, and support bearings to ensure reliable power transmission in marine vessels.

6. Mining and Extraction Equipment:

In the mining industry, drive shafts are used in heavy machinery and equipment such as mining trucks, excavators, and drilling rigs. These drive shafts need to withstand extremely high torque loads and harsh operating conditions. Drive shaft designs for mining applications often feature larger diameters, thicker walls, and specialized materials such as alloy steel or composite materials. They may incorporate universal joints or CV joints to handle operating angles, and they are designed to be resistant to abrasion and wear.

These examples highlight the variations in drive shaft designs for different types of machinery. The design considerations take into account factors such as power requirements, operating conditions, space constraints, alignment needs, and the specific demands of the machinery or industry. By tailoring the drive shaft design to the unique requirements of each application, optimal power transmission efficiency and reliability can be achieved.

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