What to do if the lubrication point fails during construction?
Concrete pump trucks are widely used in major construction sites. Learning to simply solve lubrication point failures during construction can greatly improve construction efficiency.
The lubrication point of the concrete pump truck should always maintain the function of lubrication. If a fault occurs, it will affect the normal progress of the construction, and not only this may cause mechanical wear. So how is the lubrication point failure of the concrete pump truck generally caused during construction? Specifically, there are three points:
1. The manual lithium-based grease pump is faulty;
2. The chip oil separator is blocked or damaged;
3. One or more points of the lubrication points of the large and small bearing blocks and the stirring shaft sleeve are blocked.
For the above pump truck lubrication point failures, the following solutions are commonly used:
1. Remove the grease outlet steel pipe of the grease pump, and then shake the grease pump. It is found that the grease pump can normally produce grease and can be easily shaken, indicating that there is no problem with the grease pump
2. Disassemble the lubrication points of the large and small bearing seats and the stirring shaft sleeve in order. During the disassembly process, if it is found that a certain lubrication point is removed, then the grease pump is shaken and works normally, it is judged that the lubrication point is blocked.
Post time: Mar-10-2020