Tractor system


The system composition of the tractor includes the engine system, hydraulic system, electronic control system, braking system, transmission system, etc.


First, the engine system

The engine system of a tractor usually consists of a fuel system, an air intake system, an exhaust system, a cooling system, an ignition system, etc. The fuel system mainly includes fuel tanks, fuel pumps, fuel injectors and other components, which work together to send the fuel mixture air into the engine cylinder for combustion and generate power. The air intake system is responsible for introducing air into the engine cylinders and promoting adequate combustion of fuel. The exhaust system exhausts the combustion exhaust gases to keep the engine running. The cooling system is used to reduce the temperature of the engine to prevent damage to the engine at high temperatures. The ignition system directs the spark, igniting the mixture of fuel and air and starting the engine.


Second. Hydraulic system.

The hydraulic system of a tractor usually consists of a fuel tank, pump, valve, hydraulic cylinder, etc. They work in tandem and are responsible for driving the tractor's various hydraulic equipment, such as booms, steering gears, unloading devices, etc. The hydraulic system uses the compressed liquid to achieve the power transmission and control of the machinery.


Third. Electronic control system

The electronic control system of modern tractors includes components such as instrument panels, computers, sensors, etc. They work together to monitor and control the performance indicators of the tractor, such as speed, oil volume, water temperature, engine speed, etc. The electronic control system can help the driver better grasp the status of the tractor and operate it to improve work efficiency.


Fourth, the braking system

The braking system of the tractor is mainly composed of brake pedals, brake pads, brake wheel cylinders, etc., which work together and are responsible for realizing the braking of the tractor. The braking system controls the movement of the brake wheel cylinder through the brake pedal to achieve the braking of the tractor.


fifth, Transmission systemThe transmission system of the tractor includes the clutch, gearbox, differential and other components, they work together and are responsible for transmitting the power of the engine to the wheels of the tractor, and the transmission system can control the speed and steering of the tractor in order to achieve the operational needs of various application scenarios.


The coordination between the tractor brother systems ensures the normal operation of the tractor and provides important mechanical support for agricultural production.


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