The motor used for the Black Diamond petrol Log Splitter has been used for a long time, and some problems will certainly occur more or less. If these problems are not resolved in time, more failures will result. Therefore, in the use of Black Diamond petrol Log Splitter, any minor fault cannot be let go.
The most common problem in Black Diamond petrol Log Splitter is the problem of motor heating. If the motor is heated or burned, there is no way to crush it. The entire production line will stop production, which will bring us great losses. Below we focus on the daily maintenance of the motor.
1. Adjusting the tightness of the Black Diamond petrol Log Splitter V-belt. When the V-belt is too tight, the motor bearing heats up. When it is too loose, the speed will decrease and the V-belt will also slip easily, which will affect the service life. When adjusting the tension of the V-belt, you can loosen the bolt that fixes the motor seat, and use the adjusting bolt to change the position of the motor on the slide, so that the V-belt reaches the required tightness, and then tighten the fixing bolt.
2. After the Black Diamond petrol Log Splitter motor has been working for a certain period of time, it needs to be refueled or opened to clean the bearing, and refilled with lithium-based lubricant. Restore the lubricity of the bearing.
3. If the Black Diamond petrol Log Splitter tool is not sophisticated enough, it is easy to cause tool breakage and waste. This situation is generally caused by the inconsistency of the Black Diamond petrol Log Splitter spindle rotation center and the tool center during the processing. When the main shaft is running at high speed, if the main shaft and the tool are not concentric, it will not only affect the molding degree of the processed wood chips and the yield of the finished product, but also affect the processing effect.
4. The power cord of Black Diamond petrol Log Splitter motor should not be too long or twisted. This will easily cause the motor to undervoltage or undercurrent. I know that the working voltage of the motor is 380 volts, and the working current is marked on the motor nameplate. The rated current of the wire must be greater than the rated current of the motor. Otherwise, the motor will easily heat up or burn out in the case of undervoltage or undercurrent.