ISO standard Industrial Aluminium Casting Gear Box
|2||Size||Products can be customized.|
|3||Material||Main Cast Iron and Aluminium.etc|
|4||Production Process||The main process is machining center.|
|5||Heat Treatment||Selecting heat treatment according to the different materials.|
|6||Testing Equipment||Rockwell hardness tester 500RA, Double mesh instrument HD-200B & 3102,Gear measurement center instrument CNC3906T and other High precision detection equipments|
|8||Usage||Used in printing machine, cleaning machine, medical equipment, garden machine, construction machine, electric car, valve, forklift, transportation equipment and various gear reducers.etc|
|9||Package||According to customer’s request|
3. Order process
a. Customer sends us the drawing or sample, If only sample, our company supply the CAD drawing.
b. Our company supplies the processing technique and quotation.
c. Our company supplies the sample after customer confirmed processing technique and quotation.
d. Customer places the order after confirm the sample.
e. Customer pay 50% deposit
f. Quantity production.
g. Pay the balance after the acceptance and confirmation.
|Application:||Motor, Electric Cars, Marine, Car|
|Function:||Speed Changing, Speed Reduction, Speed Increase|
|Hardness:||Hardened Tooth Surface|
Common Problems with Gearboxes and How to Troubleshoot Them
Gearboxes can encounter various issues over time. Here are some common problems and troubleshooting steps:
- Noise and Vibration: Excessive noise or vibration may indicate misalignment, worn gears, or insufficient lubrication. Check alignment, inspect gears for wear, and ensure proper lubrication.
- Overheating: Overheating can be caused by high friction, inadequate lubrication, or overloading. Verify lubrication levels, reduce loads, and ensure proper ventilation.
- Leakage: Oil leaks may result from worn seals or gaskets. Inspect and replace damaged seals, and ensure proper sealing.
- Reduced Performance: Decreased performance could be due to worn gears, damaged bearings, or misalignment. Inspect components, replace damaged parts, and realign as needed.
- Gear Wear and Tooth Damage: Wear on gear teeth can result from excessive loads or poor lubrication. Replace worn gears and ensure proper lubrication.
- Shaft Misalignment: Shaft misalignment can lead to increased wear and noise. Realign shafts using precision measurement tools.
- Lubrication Issues: Inadequate or contaminated lubrication can cause premature wear. Regularly check and replace lubricant, and use the correct type for your gearbox.
- Bearing Failure: Bearing failure may result from overload, misalignment, or inadequate lubrication. Replace worn bearings and address underlying issues.
- Seal Damage: Damaged seals can lead to leaks and contamination. Replace seals and ensure proper installation.
- Gearbox Lockup: Gearbox lockup may occur due to foreign objects or damaged components. Disassemble and inspect the gearbox, removing any obstructions and replacing damaged parts.
Regular maintenance, proper lubrication, and timely troubleshooting are key to addressing gearbox problems and ensuring smooth operation.
editor by CX 2023-10-09