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The importance of butter to the loader


When we buy the loader, the daily maintenance is very important, which regularly butter the loader is a simple but not lazy maintenance project. Butter the loader reduces friction, prolongs service life, improves performance and efficiency, prevents failure and damage, and ensures operator safety. Here are some of the advantages of regularly buttering your loader, and follow OXPLO to learn more.

1. Lubrication and friction reduction: Butter can provide good lubrication and reduce friction and wear before the loader's various key components. Regular butter can ensure that the butter is always present in the parts that need lubrication, effectively extending the service life of the parts.

2. Reduce failure and maintenance: the lubrication of butter can reduce the risk of damage and failure of loader parts. Regular buttering can help check and resolve potential lubrication problems, detect and repair inadequate or abnormal lubrication in advance, and reduce repair and maintenance costs.

3. Improve work efficiency: Good lubrication can ensure that the various parts of the loader run smoothly and efficiently. Regular butter can maintain the normal operation of the loader, reduce the downtime caused by parts wear or failure, and improve work efficiency and production capacity.

4. Enhanced safety: the lubrication of butter can maintain the stability and controllability of the loader. Timing butter can ensure the normal operation of key parts such as the steering system and brake system, providing better handling and operational safety, and reducing the risk of accidents.

5. Cost saving: Regular butter can avoid additional losses and maintenance costs caused by poor lubrication, and timely inspection and supplement of butter can prevent parts from being damaged due to insufficient lubrication, thereby saving the cost of maintenance and replacement of parts.

Many loader operators think that this is a very simple and time-consuming maintenance project, so do not develop a good habit of regularly butter the loader, but butter is very important to the daily operation of the loader, so when we ignore this maintenance step, what will happen to the loading opportunity?

1. Increase the risk of wear and damage: the lubrication of butter can reduce friction and wear before parts. If you don't beat butter regularly. Or insufficient lubrication of the butter will lead to increased friction before the parts, accelerate wear and damage, and shorten the life of the parts.

2. Increase failure and maintenance costs: poor lubrication will lead to an increased risk of failure of parts of the loader, without sufficient butter lubrication, parts may overheat, damage or failure, requiring more frequent maintenance and replacement of parts, increasing maintenance costs and downtime.

3. Affect work efficiency and production capacity: not enough lubrication will lead to a decrease in the work efficiency of the loader. The increase of friction will affect the normal operation of the parts, resulting in the loader not working smoothly, reducing production capacity and extending operation time.

4. Increase operational risks and safety hazards: poor lubrication will affect the maneuverability and stability of the loader, increasing operational risks. Lack of adequate lubrication can lead to problems such as inflexible steering and brake failure, increasing the risk of accidents and posing a threat to the safety of operators and those around them.

5. Increase maintenance workload and time: If you do not beat butter regularly, it may be necessary to carry out more frequent maintenance and maintenance work. If insufficient lubrication or abnormal situation is not found and solved in time, it will lead to further deterioration of the problem and increase maintenance workload and time.

Of course, it should be noted that the requirements for butter are also different in different seasons and temperature conditions, and the temperature will affect the viscosity, fluidity and lubrication performance of butter, so it is very important to choose the appropriate butter in different seasons and temperatures. Here are some common requirements for butter by season and temperature.

1. Cold season and low temperature environment: under low temperature conditions, the viscosity of butter will increase and the fluidity will become poor. Therefore, in the cold season and low temperature environment, it is usually necessary to use low temperature butter or grease with good low temperature performance. These butters generally have lower penetration and higher frost resistance, and are able to maintain fluidity and lubrication properties at low temperatures.

2. Hot season and high temperature environment: under high temperature conditions, the viscosity of butter will be reduced and the fluidity will be enhanced. Therefore. In hot seasons and high temperature environments, high-temperature butter or grease with high heat resistance and stability is needed. These butters usually have a high drop point and good stability, providing good lubrication protection at high temperatures.

3. Wet environment: In a wet environment, the butter needs to have good waterproof performance to prevent water from invading the lubricating part. Moisture can affect the lubrication performance and corrosion resistance of butter, so it is important to choose a butter or grease with good water resistance.

High load and high speed conditions: Under high load and high speed conditions, butter needs to have excellent wear resistance and extreme pressure properties to protect parts from wear and damage. Greases under these conditions usually have high extreme pressure additives and anti-wear agents to provide good lubrication protection under high loads and high-speed operation.

In addition, the performance of butter under pressure and load will also be affected. Under high load and pressure conditions, butter needs to have excellent wear resistance and extreme pressure properties to protect lubricating parts from wear and damage. There are some specific chemicals, such as acids, bases, solvents, etc., may react with butter or affect its performance, in a special working environment, it is necessary to choose butter with chemical corrosion resistance. The conditions under which butter is used can also have an impact on its properties. For example, factors such as frequent starts and stops, high-speed operation, vibration and shock can affect the performance and life of butter.

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