Skip to content
Home » News » Several anomalies of the mesh plate leveler

Several anomalies of the mesh plate leveler

  • JIUZH 

It is inevitable that there will be some abnormal phenomena in the long-term application of the mesh plate leveler, such as leakage, poor lubrication and other phenomena. When there is an abnormality in the mesh plate leveler, we must stop the machine in time and carry out inspection and maintenance to avoid greater problems.

Due to the looseness, vibration and heat of the parts on the leveler, the sealing surface of the leveler and the pipe joints will leak. Some casting defects, which are difficult to find during assembly and commissioning, are exposed due to vibration and shock during operation, which manifest as oil leakage.

Another anomaly of the leveler is poor lubrication. Due to the small fitting gap of the newly assembled parts, and due to assembly and other reasons, the lubricating oil is not easy to form a uniform oil film on the friction surface to prevent wear, thereby reducing the lubrication efficiency, resulting in early abnormal wear of the parts, and in serious cases, it will cause the friction surface of the precision fit to scratch or stuck, resulting in failure.

Excessively fast wear rates are also one of the anomalies of the leveler. Due to the influence of the processing, assembly and debugging of the leveler parts, the contact area of the mating surface is small, and the allowable twisting distance is large. When the mesh plate leveler is running, the uneven parts on the surface of the parts mesh and rub against each other, and the metal chips that fall off continue to participate in the friction as abrasive, accelerating the wear of the mating surface.

It should be noted that if the leveler is not operated according to the requirements of the manual, especially when the leveler is casting, you must pay attention to it, otherwise it will damage the machine and cause unnecessary losses.

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

EN
× How can I help you?