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3 tips for reducing the wear of excavator track pads

by:Laike     2020-07-23
The walking part of the excavator is composed of supporting sprockets, rollers, driving wheels and chain links. After running for a certain period of time, these parts will wear to a certain extent. However, if you pay attention to maintenance every day, as long as you spend a little time on proper maintenance, you can avoid future 'major surgery on the legs of the excavator'. Not only can you save maintenance funds, but also to avoid delays due to maintenance.

The first point: If you walk on the inclined ground repeatedly for a long time and suddenly turn, the side of the link will contact the side of the drive wheel and the guide wheel, thereby increasing the degree of wear. Therefore, you should avoid walking and leaning on slopes as much as possible. Straight travel and large turns can effectively prevent wear.

The second point: If it continues to be used in a state where some of the carrier rollers and rollers cannot run, it may cause the rollers to wear off and at the same time may also cause wear on the rail links. If you find a roller that does not work, you must repair it immediately! In this way, other failures can be avoided. ---Jiangxi excavator support sprocket manufacturers

The third point: rollers, supporting chain wheel mounting bolts, track shoe bolts, driving wheel mounting bolts, walking piping bolts, etc., because the machine is easy to loosen due to vibration after a long time of work. For example, if the machine continues to run when the track shoe bolts are loose, it may even cause a gap between the track shoe and the bolt, which in turn may cause cracks in the track shoe. Moreover, the gap may also increase the bolt holes between the track and the chain link, resulting in serious consequences that the track and link cannot be tightened and the track and link must be replaced. Therefore, the bolts and nuts should be regularly inspected and tightened to reduce unnecessary maintenance costs.
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