Correct Operation Method of Crushing Hammer
The power source of hydraulic hammer is the pressure oil provided by the pump station of excavator or loader. It can clean up the floating rock and the soil in the rock crevice more effectively in excavating the foundation of building. Correct operation will help the crushing work to proceed quickly. When the operation is insufficient, the impact force will not be fully exerted; at the same time, the impact force of the crushing hammer will reverberate to the crushing hammer body, guard plate and the operating arm of the engineering machine itself, which will lead to the damage of the above parts.
The following is the correct operation method of the crushing hammer.
1.The crushing hammer should be lubricated before operation and within 2-3 hours of continuous operation. When butter is beaten, the hammer should be placed vertically. The fibre rod should be compacted andnot suspended, so that butter can not enter the hydraulic system. It should be noted that butter should not be injected too much. Too much butter will stick to the piston. Butter will easily enter the hydraulic system when it is re-operated.
2. In crushing operation, the crushing hammer should be kept perpendicular to the material and the drill rod should be pressed tightly against the crushed object. If the direction of hammering is inclined, the steel brazing is easy to slip off during hammering operation, which may cause the fracture or jamming of the steel brazing and piston. Therefore, when crushing operation, breakdown point should be selected to ensure that the crushing hammer and material keep 90 degrees angle.
3. When crushing hammer, do not use crushing hammer to move/pry stones, which can easily lead to breakage of steel brazing of crushing hammer and damage of bracket. When the steel braze is inserted in the stone, the excavator should not walk or swing its arms and arms!
4. In the daily work of crushing hammer, do not hoist it with crushing hammer.
This kind of operation will cause damage to drill rod and bracket of crushing hammer.
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