Stainless steel nozzles will be damaged in the usual operation and use of the assembly line. In order to ensure the power and product quality during the production process of the assembly line, we need to formulate corresponding maintenance plans according to the use of the nozzles, and then carry out punctual maintenance. Maintain, clean up.
How should we formulate such a plan? We can formulate according to the frequency of use of stainless steel nozzles and the common conditions of stainless steel nozzles. Let’s talk about the more common problems in the process of using nozzles: Assembly line technology.
1. Damage to the nozzle caused by temperature: Overheating will definitely damage the nozzle material depicted in non-high temperature applications.
2. Damage to the nozzle caused by bonding: splashing, mist or chemical accumulation on the material inside or outside the edge of the nozzle orifice caused by the evaporation of the liquid can leave a monotonous cohesive layer, blocking the nozzle orifice or the inner flow channel.
3. Accidental damage to the nozzle: In equipment and cleaning, the nozzle can be accidentally damaged due to incorrect use.
4. Blockage of the nozzle: Dirt or other impurities in the liquid block the mouth of the nozzle, thus restricting the flow of the nozzle and disturbing the spray shape and its uniformity.
5. Improper installation of the nozzle: the gasket that violates the axis, over-tightening or other problems that change the position can have adverse effects.
6. Corrosion and wear: The material on the surface of the nozzle nozzle and inner flow channel gradually becomes larger or deformed, which in turn affects the flow, pressure and spray shape.
7. Damage to the nozzle caused by corrosion: The chemical action of the spray liquid or the environment causes corrosion to damage the nozzle material.
The above are the common damage problems of stainless steel nozzles in the usual use. Everyone can formulate relevant maintenance plans according to their own use conditions.