Common methods to reduce the failure of two major functions of rubber seals
For rubber seals, we all know that it has two basic functions. The first is to avoid or reduce the leakage of fluid mechanics at a large level, which is what we often call sealing. , and the second is the left and right of the cushioning and shock absorption. However, sometimes improper operation during installation will directly lead to the direct failure of these two functions. Below we will explain to you the common methods to reduce the failure of the two major functions of rubber seals seals. In order for the seal to work properly, the seal must withstand extreme temperatures, high pressures, chemicals and air contaminants. Hydraulic seals can be composed of a variety of raw materials, and it is not very easy to choose the right hydraulic seal for the job. It not only takes into account and masters the equipment or machinery on which the hydraulic seal will rest on or inside, but also the potential hazards of the natural environment for the rubber seal. Common failures of hydraulic seals can cause machine problems and costly downtime. Although they are very durable if used properly, they can cause serious problems when used incorrectly. Even if the hydraulic transmission system works safely again when the leak occurs, the leak can cause great damage. Six leaks per minute (assuming 0.5ml per leak) from the RF connector of the hydraulic transmission, the remaining oil in a year is 47.5 gallons and is worth over a hundred dollars in use. A steady flow leak of 1/16 inch diameter increases cumulative oil damage by 520 gallons per year. Today, multiply that by the total number of commonly used RF connectors and you can quickly add up. However, if you understand the reasons why rubber seals are ineffective and how to prevent them, you can avoid such problems. Therefore, although all rubber seals are eventually damaged, the most common reasons for premature failure include poor installation, environmental pollution, excessive temperature, working pressure or speed, and chemical corrosion. Poor installation. Improperly installed hydraulic seals can be rendered ineffective in a variety of ways due to carelessness, environmental contamination or even misuse. Poor installation can cause the rubber seal to tear or scratch, causing common failures. Hydraulic seals can even be installed backwards, causing immediate leaks. It is important to properly measure the storage area of the hydraulic seal so that they fit precisely into each other. Without the proper size, the rubber seal will crack (if it is large) or fail to seal (if it is small). For example, the tightness specification of an O-ring is determined by the tightness hole (the diameter of the hole in the housing where the tightness will be installed), the tightness diameter and the tightness total width (the total tightness width). The size of the hydraulic seal shall be suitable for the diameter of a certain shaft or rod, and shall be marked accordingly. Hydraulic seals should only be used within design specifications. The above are the common methods to reduce the failure of the two major functions of rubber seals. From the above description, we can see the importance of methods and procedures when installing rubber seals. I hope it will inspire and help everyone.
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