Dealing with High-temperature Levels With Four-Channel Conductive Slip Ring

Date: 2018-11-15 18:16:56

      The equipment especially which are especially used in the core industrial area employ the advanced set of the slip ring. The primary reason being, the conventional set of slip rings fails to comply with the harsh conditions in which the industrial machine operate. The level of automation almost in every field has taken a gigantic leap. Beginning from the chemical industry to light to the pharmaceutical industry, be it, any one of them one thing is for sure the use of automation is almost universal. The above-mentioned industries and a majority of other industries have quite a harsh working environment. The operational environment here includes high temperature and exposure to humidity. Also, several other non external factors which include a high-speed rational requirement on the part of slip rings have brought in an increased requirement of automatic line control.

Role of slip ring in such operation conditions


      The generic use of conventional slip ring is something that does not suffice when we talk of equipment which works in tough conditions. The slip rings used in such case not only have to transmit the electrical signals but also they have to maintain a suitable work condition by continually altering the conditions, especially the temperature levels. Also, the requirement of high-speed operation is always there which needs to comply with the operational efficiency.

Temperature parameters

      In case of a normal working condition the slip ring operates under a temperature of below 80-degree Celsius. However, when taking into account the industrial operating condition, numbers pertaining to temperature simply rise to an all new level. For a matter of fact, the level of temperature on Celsius scale may go up to 150 degree Celsius and in such temperature, the normal slip rings let just say ceases to work and the prospect of efficiency doesn't even enter the scene.


Slip rings to deal with temperature


      As mentioned earlier about the soaring high temperature which has made the working of orthodox slip ring redundant, have given way to the introduction of new kind of like four channel conductivity slip ring. They have potent to operate under a temperature range of 150 degree Celsius to 200-degree Celsius.

Four channel conductive slip ring


      The four-channel conductive slip ring has been among the latest entrant into the list of modern slip rings which derives its design cue from the latest slip ring technology. Such kind of slip rings contains following elements which help to tackle the high-temperature conditions - four pairs of high-quality brushes, wiring tray, input and output terminal, bearing. Some of the other internal elements added to such slip ring include the conductive sheet which is highly flexible and four metal collector conductive rings. The aforesaid to elements make the four channel conductive slip ring complete. Also, the conductive is a vital inclusion which was missing from the traditional forms of slip rings. It is a subtle change made by the slip ring manufacturer, but it goes a long way in leveling the thermal heat.

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