TYPES OF FORGED PARTS FOR AGRICULTURE
Forged parts prolong the life cycle of agricultural equipment, offering the most reliable means of maintaining equipment. Though
steel-cast parts can come at a lower initial cost, they lack the strength and resistance to wear provided by forged parts. Some common
forged components used in the agricultural industry include:
· Spacer plates
· Gearbox components
· Combine fingers
· Tie rods
· Grain augers
· Universal joints
industry relates to the advantages they provide in various applications such as:
· Tractors. Forged steel facilitates increased durability and resistance to impacts and fatigue for rotating blades, connecting rods/shafts, crankshafts, and blunt extensions used in tractors.
· Combines. Wear to high-speed moving parts due to friction and impacts is common in combine operation. Using forged
steel for these parts offers increased durability for blades and other components.
· Plows. Forged steel components resist the friction wear and impact damage common to plowing operations.
· Machine engines. Torque and fatigue create wear and failure in machine engines, but forged steel extends the lifecycle of
these parts and components.
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