How does maintain the excavator fianl drive to reduce the wear of the excavator track?

The final drive motors of the excavator is composed of a carrier roller, a roller, a driving wheel and a rail link. When the running time reaches a certain time, these components will wear to a certain extent. However, if daily maintenance is maintained, it will be possible to avoid the "big surgery of the excavator's legs" in the future by taking a little time for proper maintenance. It saves you considerable maintenance money and can also avoid delays caused by repairs.

How to reduce excavator track wear when excavator walks

The first point:

If the vehicle is repeatedly walked on the inclined ground for a long time and suddenly turns, the side of the rail link will be in contact with the side faces of the final drives wheel and the guide wheel, thereby increasing the degree of wear. Therefore, walking and sudden steering in inclined areas should be avoided as much as possible. Straight line travel and large turns can effectively prevent wear.

Second point:

If the part of the carrier roller and the roller are not in operation, the roller may be worn away and the rail link may be worn. If you find a roller that cannot be operated, you must repair it immediately! In this way, other failures can be avoided.

The third point:

The roller, the sprocket wheel mounting bolt, the track shoe bolt, the travel motors wheel mounting bolt, the walking pipe bolt, etc., are easily loosened due to vibration after the machine is operated for a long time. For example, if the machine continues to run with the track shoe bolts loose, it can even cause a gap between the track shoe and the bolt, which can cause cracks in the track shoe. Moreover, the generation of clearances may also increase the bolt holes between the track and the rail links, resulting in inability to tighten and the serious consequences of having to change the track and rail links. Therefore, bolts and nuts should be inspected regularly and tightened to reduce unnecessary maintenance costs.

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