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Lumberjack Log Splitter Should Avoid Malfunctions

Lid sinds 14 apr 2020
Startgewicht: 50 Kg
Streefgewicht: 45 Kg

The function of the Gasoline Log Splitter roller speed control program of the branch mill is that during the crushing process, due to the large crushing load, the speed of the turbulent roller will be rapidly reduced, and the program controls the feeding stop to reduce the crushing load and then restore the speed . Restart feeding. The basis of program controlled feed stop is that the drum speed of the drum mill drops to a lower value.

   The program uses the branch Gasoline Log Splitter roller to predict the speed instead of the current speed. The reason for adopting this control strategy is that when the shredding load reaches its peak value, the speed of the chopper roller may drop below the set value in a short time, and then stop the feeding of the feed rod. The branch grinding rollers are slow and cut off, seriously affecting key components.

  The bearing is overheated. When the branch mill rotor is not concentric with the motor rotor, or when the two bearing housings are not uniform, it is easy to subject the bearing to unnecessary extra impact, which may cause the bearing to overheat. When this happens, stop the fault immediately to eliminate bearing damage.

  The shaft and bearing cap are installed too tightly. Whether the bearing and shaft are too loose or too tight will cause the bearing to overheat. For example, during the operation of Lumberjack Log Splitter, once a problem occurs, the device will oscillate and make a rubbing sound. Remove the bearing at this time. At the same time, the friction department corrected it in time, and then reassembled it according to the corresponding requirements.

   The lubricating oil in the bearing is too old, too much will cause the bearing to overheat. Therefore, according to the description of the branch mill, the lubricating oil is periodically and quantitatively filled. The above grease should occupy 50% of the bearing space. Too much or too little or too much grease will adversely affect the lubrication and heat transfer of the bearing.