The engine of a fully automatic concrete mixer truck generally uses a diesel engine, which is due to its high power, fuel economy, durability, and other characteristics, and is very suitable for long-distance transportation and continuous work occasions. The following is the main working principle of the engine of the fully automatic concrete mixer truck:
The engine of a fully automatic concrete mixer truck is composed of multiple components, such as a diesel engine, cylinder, piston, ignition system, fuel system, etc. The mutual cooperation of these components can ensure the normal operation of the engine.
At the same time, in order to ensure the normal operation of the engine, it is necessary to carry out regular maintenance and maintenance, such as changing the oil, changing the fuel filter, changing the air filter, and checking the ignition system, to ensure the life and performance of the engine.
Air entering the engine: When the mixer truck starts, the engine's intake valve opens, and air enters the engine's cylinder through the air filter.
Fuel injection: The engine's fuel system controls the amount and timing of fuel injection based on the accelerator signal input from the driver's accelerator pedal, injecting fuel into the cylinders.
Compressed air: The piston in the cylinder compresses the air as it moves upward, causing the temperature to rise, forming a mixture of high temperature and pressure.
Combustion: When the piston is at the high point of its ascent, the engine's ignition system ignites the mixture, causing it to burn, releasing enormous energy.
Exhaust gas emission: The exhaust gas after combustion is discharged from the engine through the exhaust pipe.
In addition, for the sake of safety, operators should continuously learn and exchange use experience to improve equipment operation and maintenance skills.
The operation and maintenance of fully automatic mixer trucks requires regular inspection and maintenance, adherence to operating procedures, timely repair and replacement of components, cleaning and maintenance of mixing tanks, and enhanced learning and communication to ensure the normal operation of the equipment and extend its life. If you have any doubts or needs, please come to our website Leave a message for consultation!