In the construction of excavators, safety is always the number one issue.
What are the safety requirements and precautions for driving an excavator? How to drive the excavator safely under different terrains? As a Bucket Teeth
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Since the main customer groups of excavators are located in rural and urban areas across the country, excavators work efficiently and are highly mobile. Most of them have their own trailers, located between the mountains and the jungle.
First of all, the trailer cannot be too high, and it cannot be easily wiped. The tires are best equipped.
Secondly, the brakes must be air brakes, preferably water jet brakes, long-term downhill braking, the brakes are easy to soften, and even accidents where cars hit a cliff are mostly caused by oil brakes.
Third, it is recommended to stop the air brake when parking. If there is no air brake, when the excavator moves up and down, the wheels must be placed on the stone. Pressing the brake is not enough. The experience of the excavator and the trailer sliding together is very poor.
In addition to engine carbon deposits, such as the harsh environment of excavators and forklifts. Machines are often overloaded for long periods of time. In addition, inferior diesel is often used at construction sites, so vehicle engines may have carbon deposits. Our company also has ESCO Bucket Rippers on sale.
Carbon deposition is a dense carbon oil compound. Because diesel and oil are not completely burned into the cylinder, oil accumulates on the surface areas of engine cylinder heads, cylinder liners, pistons, valves, combustion chambers, and injectors. Poor thermal conductivity. Long-term accumulation can cause local overheating of components. Severe nozzles, valve ablation, blockage of piston rings, and pulling of the cylinder can cause serious failures. In addition, if carbon deposits accumulate on the surface of the combustion chamber, it can also cause The increase in compression ratio, pre-ignition, and knocking seriously affects the engine's power performance and fuel consumption. Therefore, the excavator must regularly check the carbon deposit layer and completely remove the carbon deposit layer for maintenance.
Method one: The simplest and most direct method of depositing carbon by mechanical grinding is mechanical polishing with a tool. You can use a wire brush, spatula, bamboo or abrasive cloth to wipe the carbon deposit. Special tools can be used for parts with special shapes.
Method 2: The principle of sandblasting is similar to that of sandblasting, but the sandblasting particles are not sand. When the core is blasted, high-speed airflow is used to spray walnut sand on the surface of the part to remove carbon deposits and oil stains. This method requires special equipment and is difficult to use widely.
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