raymond mill machine installation and adjustment of the belt
24 April, 2015 at 3:36 am in Business
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raymond mill machine should be fixed in the concrete foundation with anchor bolts pouring on the M12, and can also be fixed on wooden pallet. After installation of the machine should be level, correct and firm.
raymond mill drive belt tension adjustment
Adjust the belt tight 1
raymond mill machine triangle belt tension, motor bearings, loose, roller speed is reduced, the triangle belt is easy to vibrate, which affect the service life. Adjust the belt tension, the bolt can be loosened the fixed motor seat, with the adjusting bolt to change the motor on the slide position, so that the belt to achieve the required compactness, then tighten the fixing bolts. The belt is damaged, we must change the group, the group of triangle belt replacement, length and tension to be consistent, to avoid uneven stress and premature failure.
adjust the flat belt flat belt tension is too loose, the belt buckle apart, the appropriate use of new short flat belt, belt buckle is connected. To prevent the belt tight so the bearing heating.
raymond mill machine parts need to be replaced in what circumstances
raymond mill machine used for a long time, there will be wear, wear to a certain degree to the replacement of worn parts, otherwise it will cause greater harm to the raymond mill equipment. Here was scrapped wear you on the raymond mill machine:
1, the bearings on the processing of the base in the same horizontal plane, the hollow shaft outer surface of the groove, mark or the surface of the inner circle of local wear should be replaced by hollow shaft deformation, crack situation.
2, the ring gear rim twist deformation should be less than 7.5mm.
3, the small gear face wear rate should not be greater than the tooth thickness of 30%, the gear tooth surface wear is greater than the tooth thickness of 25%, the use of reversible surface, grinding to 1/2 should be scrapped,.
4, bearing wear thickness greater than 1/3, the laboratory mill.