Causes for the Failure of Power Tools During Running-in Period

- Jun 26, 2018 -

1. Fast wear

Due to the influence of new power tool parts processing, assembly and debugging, the new equipment has features such as rough surface of friction, small contact surface area of the mating surface, uneven pressure state of the surface and so on. During the operation of the equipment, the concave and convex parts of the surface of the component are fitted and frictionally with each other, and the ground metal scraps continue to participate in the friction as the abrasive to accelerate the wear of the component's mating surface. Therefore, the equipment can easily wear parts during the run-in period. At this time, if the equipment is overloaded, damage to components may occur and early failures may occur.

Bad lubrication

Due to the small fitting clearance of the components of the new electric power tool and the assembly and the like, it is difficult to ensure the uniformity of the fit clearance. Lubricants do not easily form a uniform oil film on the friction surface, causing abnormal wear of the components at an early stage. In severe cases, it can result in scratches on the friction surface of the precision fit, resulting in failure.

The new brand electric reminds you: Take seriously the running-in period of the tool, and the high-quality electric tools will have a longer service life after smooth running-in period!

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