Precautions during the running-in period of the reducer
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0 | Nov 09,2021 17:36
After the reducer leaves the factory, it is generally stipulated that there is a running-in period of about 200 hours (_over time_oil change), which is stipulated according to the technical characteristics of the initial stage of the use of the reducer. The running-in period is an important part of the normal operation of the reducer, reducing the failure rate and extending its service life. According to the actual situation, the following precautions are given:
1. Reasonable selection of lubricating oil: especially geared motors with input power greater than 11KW must be filled with load gear oil. Pay attention to frequently check the lubricating oil, hydraulic oil, coolant, oil level and quality, and pay attention to check the sealing of the whole machine. Excessive oil shortage is found during the inspection, and the reason should be analyzed. At the same time, the lubrication of each lubrication point should be strengthened. It is recommended to add grease to the lubrication point every week during the running-in period (except for special requirements). When connecting a vertical reducer with an oil pump, pay attention to the direction of rotation of the oil pump. Clockwise rotation is correct.
2. While keeping the reducer clean, adjust and tighten loose parts in time to prevent the loose parts from aggravating the wear of the parts or causing the parts to be lost.
3. At the end of the running-in period, compulsory maintenance of the machine should be carried out, inspection and adjustment should be done, and attention should be paid to the replacement of oil.
In short, the requirements for use and maintenance of the reducer during the running-in period can be summarized as: strengthening training, reducing load, paying attention to inspection, and strengthening lubrication. As long as you pay attention to and implement the maintenance and maintenance of the reducer during the running-in period as required, it will reduce the occurrence of early failures, extend the service life, and improve production efficiency.