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What three ways to distinguish pu castor

by:Dajin caster     2020-04-28
What are three ways to distinguish polyurethane casters, polyurethane casters add lubricating oil regularly, wheels and bearing can use for a long time. Put grease on shaft seal ring and roller bearing friction within the site, can reduce friction and make more flexible rotation. Every six months on a normal lubrication, the car each month after cleaning for wheel lubrication, visual check wheel abrasion of the wheels. The wheel rotational impeded associated with fine red rope and so on sundry. The intertwining of anti-wind cover can stop these stuff. Castor too loose or too tight is also another factor, to replace the damaged/castor wheels to avoid the unstable rotation. Foot bearing if use suitable special green grease, can make the foot bearing was used 40° & C to 165 deg. C high temperature when hair repair idea, main bearing of crankshaft and connecting rod bearing selection should be based on repaired crankshaft main journal, connecting rod shaft neck size to select the appropriate size, category of the bearing, and ensure the crankshaft main journal and the main bearing, with the connecting rod journal and connecting rod bearing clearance. The method of bearing lubrication, divided into grease lubrication and oil lubrication. In order to make the bearing a good cast performance, first of all, should choose to suit to use premise, purpose of lubrication method. If only consider lubrication and oil lubrication the lubricity of the upper hand. But there are grease lubrication can simplify the structure of bearing near specialty. Rubber tires or slack is likely to lead to serious breakage scroll is not stable, leakage, load is unusual, and floor damage and so on, timely replacement of damaged tires and bearing can reduce the cost brought by the shutdown losses due to damage of the wheel. More news and information about pu castor please click: hynews / 287. html
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