How do professionals clean the step shaft?
Stepped shafts are installed in many equipment. Stepped shafts are divided into domestic and imported ones. Although the quality of the shaft is different, if it is not used correctly, the shaft of the best quality will be damaged immediately. Generally speaking, you want it to be able to be used. For a long time, it needs regular maintenance, such as regular cleaning of oil and dust on its surface, to ensure that it can still be used normally. So how do ordinary professionals clean it?
There are two main cleaning methods for stepped shafts, one is ordinary cleaning and the other is cleaning with hot oil.
Ordinary cleaning is to soak the shaft in kerosene for a few minutes while rotating the outer ring part of the shaft, so that the anti-rust paste and dry oil on the shaft will fall off, and then place it in relatively clean kerosene and use a brush No need to clean the balls and crevices.
The other is the hot oil cleaning method. This cleaning method is also relatively common. The shaft is placed in hot engine oil with a temperature as high as 100-200 ℃, because at this temperature, the dry oil and anti-rust paste will melt. It is easy to clean, and use a brush to clean up the oil and dust on it.
It should be noted that when using the hot oil cleaning method, the temperature of the oil should not exceed 20 degrees. For the oil stains that are difficult to clean, you can use hot engine oil to rinse or use the oil gun to spray the oil. Do not use the blade to force the oil stain Take it off to avoid damaging the shaft.
The stepped shaft cleaning method is introduced here. I believe you should know how to clean it after reading it. Since the equipment needs to rotate synchronously during operation, paying attention to its maintenance can prolong its service life.