RU2001101268A - Component excavator gear assembly - Google Patents

Component excavator gear assembly

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RU2001101268A
RU2001101268A RU2001101268/03A RU2001101268A RU2001101268A RU 2001101268 A RU2001101268 A RU 2001101268A RU 2001101268/03 A RU2001101268/03 A RU 2001101268/03A RU 2001101268 A RU2001101268 A RU 2001101268A RU 2001101268 A RU2001101268 A RU 2001101268A
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tooth
sides
organ
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Чарльз КЛЕНДЕННИНГ
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Х энд Л ТУУС КОМПАНИ
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1. The holder of the composite excavator assembly containing an elongated organ with the main and bow parts mounted coaxially to each other along the longitudinal axial line of the specified organ, and the specified main part is made with the possibility of attaching the specified holder to the excavating equipment, the specified nose has upper and lower surfaces located generally respectively above and below the longitudinal axial line of said organ, the upper surface of said nasal part has two downward directed sides, connected to each other by a common rib and located on opposite lateral sides of the longitudinal axial line of the specified organ, and the lower surface of the indicated bow has two upward sides connected to each other by a common rib and located on opposite lateral sides of the longitudinal axial line of the specified organ, at the same time, in the indicated nose part along the axis crossing the opposite sides of the upper and lower surfaces of the specified organ, a recess is made to accommodate the fixing piece ftovogo devices.
 2. The holder according to claim 1, characterized in that the upper and lower surfaces of the said organ are inclined downward towards the free end of the nose of the holder.
 3. The holder according to claim 1, characterized in that said elongated body is formed by forging to increase the strength and wear resistance of said holder.
 4. The holder according to claim 1, characterized in that each downwardly directed side of the upper surface of said organ has a generally flat shape.
 5. The holder according to claim 1, characterized in that each upwardly directed side of the lower surface of said organ has a generally flat shape.
 6. The holder according to claim 1, characterized in that the recess made in the nose of the holder is made in the form of a through hole, the axis of which is generally perpendicular to one of the indicated downward sides of the upper surface of the specified organ.
 7. The holder according to claim 1, characterized in that the axis of said hole is generally perpendicular to one of the indicated upwardly directed sides of the lower surface of said organ to simplify manufacture of the holder.
8. The holder according to claim 1, characterized in that each downward side of the upper surface of the specified organ is located at an angle from about 25 o to about 65 o to the horizontal plane.
9. The holder according to claim 1, characterized in that each upward side of the lower surface of the specified organ is located at an angle from about 25 o to about 65 o to the horizontal plane.
 10. The holder according to claim 1, characterized in that the downward-directed sides of the upper surface on opposite lateral sides of the longitudinal axial line of the bow of said organ are connected by common ribs with the corresponding upwardly directed sides of the lower surface on opposite lateral sides of the longitudinal axial line of said organ.
 11. The holder according to claim 1, characterized in that the sides of the upper and lower surfaces of the bow of the specified organ are located relative to each other with the formation of a generally rectangular cross-section at least over most of the length of the bow of the specified organ.
12. An excavator tooth of a composite excavator gear assembly, comprising an elongated and generally wedge-shaped organ having a front end part with a transverse penetrating soil into the ground, located generally parallel to the edge of the excavator equipment, when the tooth is attached to it, and also the rear end part, in which made a blind cavity, open towards the rear end of the specified organ to enable working connection of the specified tooth with a holder, which is part of the specified excavator canine node, and the specified hollow cavity is limited to the upper and lower surfaces, each of which contains two sides, each located at an acute angle from about 25 o to about 65 o to the edge penetrating into the ground, and the sides of these upper and lower surfaces are located on opposite side sides of the longitudinal axial line of the specified organ and have common ribs with each other, and in the specified tooth along the axis crossing the opposite sides of the indicated upper and lower surfaces of the specified cavity, the answer stie for the passage therethrough of the locking pin devices.
 13. An excavator tooth according to claim 12, characterized in that the upper and lower surfaces of said cavity converge at an angle to each other towards the front end of said tooth.
 14. An excavator tooth according to claim 12, characterized in that said tooth is formed by forging to increase the strength and wear resistance of said tooth.
 15. An excavator tooth, characterized in that the sides of said upper surface bounding a portion of said deaf cavity have a generally flat shape.
 16. An excavator tooth according to claim 12, characterized in that the sides of said lower surface bounding a portion of said deaf cavity have a generally flat shape.
 17. An excavator tooth according to claim 12, characterized in that a pair of coaxial holes is made in the said tooth along an axis located generally perpendicular to one of the indicated sides of the upper surface of the deaf cavity, made in the said elongated organ.
 18. An excavator tooth according to claim 12, characterized in that the sides of said upper and lower surfaces of said cavity located on a corresponding lateral side of a longitudinal center line of said elongated organ are connected by a common rib.
19. A holder for a composite excavation gear assembly, comprising an organ having a main part at its rear end for attachment to excavating equipment and an elongated nose with a free end located in front of the main part and having a generally rectangular cross section over most of its length, which is rotated around the longitudinal axis of the bow at an angle of from about 25 o to about 65 o relative to the main part to increase the strength and rigidity of the holder.
20. The holder according to claim 19, characterized in that a recess is made in the bow of the said organ along an axis located at an angle from about 25 ° to about 65 ° to the horizontal plane.
 21. The holder according to claim 20, characterized in that the axis of said recess is generally perpendicular to at least two elongated sides of the bow of said organ.
 22. The holder according to claim 20, characterized in that the nose of said organ has at least four sides converging at an angle in the direction of the free end of the holder.
 23. The holder according to claim 22, characterized in that the two sides of the nasal part of the specified organ form the upper surface, and the other two sides of the nasal part of the specified organ form the lower surface, said upper and lower surfaces being located on opposite lateral sides of the longitudinal axial line of the specified holder.
 24. The holder according to claim 23, characterized in that the two sides that form the indicated upper surface of the nose of the organ diverge at an angle from the common upper rib located along the nose of the organ, and the two sides that form the specified lower surface diverge from a common lower rib located along the bow of the specified organ.
 25. The holder according to claim 24, wherein the distance between said common upper and lower ribs is greater than the distance between diametrically opposite sides of said upper and lower surfaces.
 26. The holder according to p. 20, characterized in that the said body is made by forging to increase the strength and durability of the specified holder.
27. Excavator tooth of a composite excavator gear assembly, comprising a rigid elongated and generally wedge-shaped organ with a transverse edge penetrating into the soil at its front end part, and a blind cavity is made in said organ, which is open toward the rear end of said organ and has a generally rectangular shape the cross section over most of its length, the cross-sectional area of the deaf cavity increases in the direction from the specified rear end of the specified organ, and generally rectangular the cross-sectional frame of the specified cavity is rotated around the longitudinal axis of the specified organ at an angle from about 25 o to about 65 o relative to the edge of the organ penetrating into the soil.
28. Excavator tooth according to p. 27, characterized in that in the said organ along the axis located at an angle from about 25 o to about 65 o relative to the edges of the organ penetrating into the ground, a recess is made, which is open in the indicated blind cavity.
 29. An excavator tooth according to claim 27, characterized in that said organ is made by forging to increase the strength and wear resistance of said tooth.
 30. An excavator gear assembly comprising a holder having a main part and a nose located coaxially along the longitudinal center line of said holder, said main part being adapted to attach said holder to excavating equipment, said nose has upper and lower surfaces located in generally above and below the longitudinal axial line of the specified holder, the upper surface of the specified bow has two sides connected to each other along to the common common rib located in front of the rear end of the fore part along its length, the lower surface of the specified nose has two sides connected to each other along a longitudinal common rib located in front of the rear end of the fore part along its length, the sides of the upper and the lower surfaces are located on opposite lateral sides from the longitudinal axial line of the specified holder, and in the specified nose on the axis intersecting diametrically opposite sides of the upper and lower surfaces of said holder, a recess; an excavator tooth with front and rear end parts, and in the rear end part of the specified tooth there is a cavity open to the rear end of the specified tooth and designed to fit snugly into it of the longitudinal section of the nose of the specified holder, and the hole located in the working combination is made in the specified tooth with a recess in the specified holder when the location of the specified tooth and holder in working connection with each other; as well as a fixing pin device located in the recess of the specified holder and at least partially passed through the hole in the specified tooth for detachable fixing of the specified tooth and the specified holder in working connection with each other.
 31. The excavator gear assembly according to claim 30, wherein each side of the upper surface of said holder has a generally flat shape.
 32. The excavator gear assembly according to claim 30, wherein each side of the lower surface of said holder has a generally flat shape.
 33. The excavator gear assembly according to claim 30, wherein the axis of the recess in said holder is generally perpendicular to one of said sides of the upper surface of said organ.
34. The excavator gear assembly according to claim 33, characterized in that the axis of the recess in the specified holder is located at an angle from about 25 o to about 65 o to the horizontal plane.
 35. The excavator gear assembly according to claim 30, wherein the axis of the recess in said holder is generally perpendicular to one of said sides of the lower surface of said holder.
36. The excavator gear assembly according to claim 35, characterized in that the axis of the recess in the specified holder is located at an angle from about 25 o to about 65 o to the horizontal plane.
37. The excavator gear assembly according to claim 30, characterized in that each side of the upper surface of the specified holder is located at an angle of from about 25 o to about 65 o to the horizontal plane.
38. The excavator gear assembly according to claim 30, characterized in that each side of the lower surface of the specified holder is located at an angle of from about 25 o to about 65 o to the horizontal plane.
 39. The excavator gear assembly according to claim 30, characterized in that the sides of said upper and lower surfaces of said nose are located on the same lateral sides of the longitudinal axial line of the nose of said organ, connected along longitudinal common ribs with the formation of a generally rectangular-like cross-sectional shapes of said nose of said holder.
 40. The excavator gear assembly according to claim 30, characterized in that the upper and lower surfaces of the front end portion of said holder and corresponding sections of said tooth are made with supporting elements for stabilizing said holder and tooth during operation of said excavator gear assembly.
41. An excavator gear assembly comprising an elongated and generally wedge-shaped excavator tooth with a transverse edge penetrating into the ground at its front end portion, said edge penetrating into the ground being generally parallel to the edge of the excavating equipment when said tooth is fixed thereon, and in said excavator the tooth has a blind cavity open in the direction of the posterior end of the tooth and bounded by the upper and lower surfaces having each two sides located at an acute angle from about 35 o to about 70 o to the edge penetrating into the soil, located on opposite sides of the longitudinal axial line of the specified tooth and having a common edge between each other, while in the specified tooth along the axis intersecting the opposite sides of the upper and lower surfaces of the specified cavity, made a deepening; a holder having a nose designed to fit snugly in said blind cavity of said tooth, wherein a hole is arranged in said nose that is generally coaxial with said recess made in said tooth when said tooth and holder are in working connection with each other wherein said holder comprises a main part to enable said holder to be attached to excavating equipment; as well as a locking pin device located in the specified hole of the specified holder and at least partially passed through the recess in the specified tooth to secure the specified tooth and holder in working connection with each other.
 42. The excavator gear assembly according to claim 41, characterized in that the upper and lower surfaces of the cavity made in the specified tooth converge to each other in the direction of the free end of the specified tooth.
 43. The excavator gear assembly according to claim 41, characterized in that the sides of said upper surface of the cavity formed in said tooth have a generally flat shape between their opposite ribs.
 44. The excavator gear assembly according to claim 41, characterized in that the sides of said lower surface of the cavity formed in said tooth have a generally flat shape between their opposite ribs.
 45. The excavator gear assembly according to claim 41, characterized in that the axis of said recess in said tooth is generally perpendicular to one of the sides of the upper surface of the cavity made in said tooth.
 46. The excavator gear assembly according to claim 41, characterized in that the sides of said upper and lower surfaces of the cavity made in said tooth, located on the same lateral side of said longitudinal axial line of said tooth, are connected along a common rib located in front of the rear end of said tooth along its length.
 47. The excavator gear assembly according to claim 41, wherein said holder and tooth are made with corresponding abutment surfaces to stabilize said tooth and holder during operation of said excavator gear assembly.
48. Composite excavator gear assembly containing a holder having a main part for attaching its rear end to the excavation equipment and an elongated nose with a free end located in front of the main part, said nose part having a generally rectangular cross section over most of its length which is rotated around the longitudinal axis of the holder at an angle of from about 25 o to about 65 o relative to the main part to increase the strength and rigidity of the holder; an excavator tooth designed for longitudinal seating around the longitudinal section of the bow of the specified holder, and a locking pin device for holding the specified tooth and holder in a relative working position.
49. The composite excavator gear assembly according to claim 48, characterized in that the nose of said holder is rotated around said longitudinal axis of the holder by an angle of about 45 ° relative to said main part.
50. The composite excavator gear assembly according to claim 48, characterized in that a through hole is made in the nose of said holder, which, to facilitate insertion of said pin device into a working connection with said holder and tooth, is located at an angle of from about 25 ° to about 65 ° to the horizontal plane.
 51. The composite excavator gear assembly according to claim 48, characterized in that a pair of coaxial holes are made in said tooth, which are generally coaxial with a hole made in said holder when said composite gear assembly is assembled to enable insertion of said fixing pin device at least partially into each hole made in the specified tooth.
 52. The composite excavator gear assembly according to claim 48, characterized in that the rectangular cross-sectional area of the bow of said holder increases in the direction from its free end.
 53. The composite excavator gear assembly according to claim 48, wherein said holder and tooth are made with interacting abutment surfaces to stabilize said tooth and holder during operation of said composite excavator gear assembly.
 54. A composite excavator gear assembly according to claim 48, characterized in that said tooth is formed by forging to increase its strength and rigidity.
 55. A composite excavator gear assembly according to claim 48, characterized in that said holder is formed by forging to increase its strength and stiffness.
 56. The composite excavator gear assembly according to claim 48, characterized in that the nose of said holder has an upper surface made of two generally flat sides located above the longitudinal axial line of said holder and connected to each other along a common upper rib located in front from the main part of the specified holder.
57. The composite excavator gear assembly according to claim 56, characterized in that the nose of said holder is rotated around a specified longitudinal axis of the holder by an angle of about 45 ° relative to the horizontal plane, wherein a recess is made in said nose through a common upper rib of the nose in generally perpendicular to the longitudinal centerline of the specified holder.
 58. A composite excavator gear assembly according to claim 57, characterized in that a pair of coaxial holes are made in said tooth, which are generally coaxial with the longitudinal axis of the recess made in the bow of said holder when said composite gear assembly is assembled to allow insertion the specified locking pin device at least partially into the openings of the specified tooth so that the specified locking pin device was longitudinally passed through the recess to provide a detachable connection I specified a tooth and holder with each other.
 59. A composite gear assembly for a loading device, comprising a holder having a main part and a nose part coaxially arranged along the longitudinal center line of the holder, said main part being for connecting said holder to said loading device, said nose part has upper and lower surfaces, located respectively above and below the longitudinal axial line of the holder, the upper surface of said nose has two downward sides connected to each other hom along a longitudinally located common rib located in front of the rear end of the specified nose part along its length, and located on opposite sides of the longitudinal axial line of the specified holder, and in the specified nose part is made a recess located along an axis that is generally perpendicular to one of said sides of the upper surface of said holder; a tooth penetrating into the ground, intended for free landing on the specified holder and having front and rear end parts, and in the rear end part of the specified tooth there is a cavity open to the rear end of the specified tooth and formed to interact with the downward-facing sides of the nose of the specified holder in this way so that the tooth cavity and the downward-facing sides of the nose of the holder provide the effect of self-centering of the tooth planted on the holder, and a hole is made in the specified tooth, located dix in operable combination with a recess in said holder, when said tooth and the holder are arranged in operative connection with each other; and a locking pin device located in the recess of the specified holder and at least partially passing through the hole in the specified tooth to ensure detachable fastening of the specified tooth and holder in working connection with each other.
 60. The composite gear assembly according to claim 59, wherein said lower surface is generally flat in shape and parallel to the horizontal plane.
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