Auto Rock Wool Feeding System for Sandwich Panel Production Line

Presently, the production of rock wool boards mainly involves sandwiching thermal, fire-resistant, and flame-retardant rock wool materials between upper and lower steel plates, with various specifications in terms of length, width, and thickness. These are manufactured by upstream suppliers, typically rock wool factories, and packaged in outer plastic film. In existing production lines, manual labor is primarily used for feeding materials without dedicated equipment, resulting in high labor intensity, harsh working conditions, and limited operational duration. Additionally, some expensive machines used for production have complex operations and poor synchronization, failing to meet the demand for large-scale automatic material feeding. To address these issues, we propose an intelligent automatic wool feeding machine.

The purpose of this utility model is to provide an intelligent automatic wool feeding machine to solve the problems identified in the background technology.

An intelligent automatic wool feeding machine comprises a support structure composed of columns and column square tubes. The top of the column square tube is equipped with a slide rail parallel to its side, with sliders fitted inside the slide rail. A slider mount is installed at the top of the slider, and a servo motor is mounted on the slider via a reducer. A drag chain is connected to the side of the slider, with the servo motor driving the drag chain pulley. Connection columns are set on the side of the column square tube, with a material grabbing mechanism connected to the bottom of the connection column. The material grabbing mechanism includes connecting rods and side plates connected at the head and tail, respectively. A connecting shaft is installed inside the side plate through bearings, with gripping hooks mounted on the connecting shaft. A material bin is set under the column square tube, and an electrical control box is located on the side of the column. The top of the slider is connected to a center slotted transfer plate, which contains a square tube connected to the connection column. A gear rack is set on the side of the square tube, with a gear rack slider mounted on it. Two servo motors are installed on the transfer plate, with gears mounted on the inner shaft of each servo motor, engaging with the gear rack. A guide rail is set on the other side of the square tube, with a guide rail slider fitted on it. A drag chain bracket is installed at the top of the transfer plate, with two drag chains mounted on it, connected to the square tube via a collision protection plate at the bottom.