Corrosion and wear analysis of sand making machine
Most of the sand making machines are made of metal materials, which are often subject to wear or corrosion due to production conditions and environmental influences. Below we will analyze the principle of metal corrosion for everyone.
Metal corrosion is divided into two categories: chemical and electrochemical. The electrode potential, passivation ability and the degree of corrosion protection are important basis for judging the corrosion resistance of metals. The more positive the motor potential of the metal, the higher the thermodynamic stability, the lower the activity, and the better the corrosion resistance. Only the formation of a dense solid film-like product will increase the corrosion reaction resistance, produce a polarization effect, and effectively protect the metal. When the crusher is installed and used, the crushing machine should be properly protected against corrosion under the guidance of professional technicians.
Metal wear and wear is one of the common phenomena in sand making machines. Corrosion in sand making machines is usually caused by the contact between the crushed material and the surface of the crushing cavity material, causing collisions, resulting in scratches or slight cutting effects on the surface of the material. The working characteristics and workload of the sand machine are large, so the broken lining is one of the wearable parts, and it is unavoidable. If it is serious, it can affect the quality of the broken material. Therefore, the lining of the sand making machine should be inspected and repaired and replaced.
Corrosion and wear of mechanical equipment are inevitable in production and use. How to maintain and maintain mechanical equipment is a key factor in extending mechanical life and ensuring the quality of mechanical production. SBM has a professional production team to provide you with professional sand machine use and maintenance knowledge to ensure your production.