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|The Problem Of Holding Shaft Of Water Ring Vacuum Pump by hhm1020: 10:59am On Jun 09|
The problem of holding shaft of water ring vacuum pump
Another situation of water ring vacuum pump is analyzed. Maybe it's the first time to hear the word about the problem of holding shaft. At first, I don't understand what it means. Is the vacuum pump not working? There are many reasons for this phenomenon. The following is a systematic analysis of the reasons for this situation, which may be helpful for future use.
The problem of water ring vacuum pump shaft holding mainly starts from the bearing components. The specific reasons are as follows: there are differences in the quality of the bearing itself, or the wear and aging caused by long-time operation. In the assembly process, there is a big gap between the positioning and design requirements of the bearing, the positioning is not accurate, the selection of each component is unreasonable, and the quality of lubricating oil is also related to this situation, If the overall vibration of the pump is too large, it is also caused by this reason.
The various reasons described above are the problems that lead to the phenomenon of water ring vacuum pump holding shaft. The user can judge which component is responsible according to these conditions, so that remedial measures can be made in a short time without hindering the normal production operation. If you still don't understand this aspect, you can contact our company's after-sales department in time for guidance, Thank you for choosing our products.
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