Detection direction for problems with the piston cylinder body of the crushing hammer during use
1. Increase in piston clearance: Due to long-term use or damage, the gap between the piston and the cylinder body becomes larger, leading to an increase in compressed gas leakage and affecting the working effect of the crushing hammer.
2. The crushing hammer vibrates greatly during operation: The damage or excessive wear of the inner wall of the cylinder block causes significant vibration during operation, which affects the stability of the work.
3. Poor piston sealing: Causes compressed gas leakage in the cylinder body, affecting the working efficiency of the crushing hammer.
4. Blockage of the internal gas circuit in the cylinder block: After long-term use, impurities may enter the cylinder block, leading to blockage of the gas circuit and affecting work efficiency.
5. Corrosion of cylinder body materials: After long-term use, corrosion may occur inside the cylinder body, leading to a decrease in its strength and affecting its service life.
6. Poor sealing of the cylinder head: Poor sealing between the cylinder head and the cylinder block can lead to gas leakage and affect the effectiveness of the crushing hammer.
7. Surface damage to the cylinder block: Over time, scratches or minor damage may appear on the surface of the cylinder block, which may lead to gas leakage or structural instability of the cylinder block.