Basic Components of Tractorsby Evan L. editor
A tractor is a self-propelled power machine used to haul and drive work machinery to complete various mobile operations. Although tractors are relatively complex machines with different types and sizes, they are all composed of three major parts: engine, chassis, and electrical equipment, each of which is indispensable.
It is a device that generates power for the tractor, and its function is to convert the thermal energy of the fuel into mechanical energy to output power to the outside. Most of the agricultural tractors produced in my country use diesel engines.
It is the device through which the tractor transmits power. Its function is to transmit the power of the engine to the driving wheel and the working device to make the tractor run, and to complete the mobile operation or fixation. This function is achieved through the mutual cooperation and coordination of the transmission system, the walking system, the steering system, the braking system, and the working device, and at the same time, they constitute the skeleton and body of the tractor. Therefore, we collectively refer to the above-mentioned four major systems and a large device as the chassis. That is to say, in the whole of the tractor, all other systems and devices except the engine and electrical equipment are collectively referred to as the tractor chassis.
Folding Electrical Equipment
It is a device that ensures the tractor uses electricity. Its role is to solve lighting, safety signals, and engine starting.
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