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Raymond Mill Bearing Heat Dissipation

Raymond Mill Bearing Heat Dissipation

Reasons and solutions for poor heat dissipation of Raymond mill bearings

Poor heat dissipation is a problem that many Raymond mills have. Although it is a common phenomenon, over time, the heat dissipation problem will seriously affect the efficient operation and production power of the Raymond mill. The common heat dissipation of the mill is mainly reflected in the heat dissipation of the bearing. How to solve the heat dissipation problem of the Raymond mill? The commonly seen problems with poor heat dissipation of the mill's bearings are as follows: 1. The bearing is subjected to an abnormal impact. The height of the bearing is different, or the rotor of the motor is not concentric with the rotor of the mill, which will cause the bearing to be impacted by the rated load, resulting in overheating of the bearing. In this situation, it is necessary to stop the machine immediately to eliminate the fault, adjust the position of the bearing, and avoid the position difference, resulting in partial wear.

Second, the lubricant is not properly added. The excessive smoothness, too little or aging of the smoothing oil in the bearing of Raymond mill is also the primary cause of damage to the bearing due to poor heat dissipation. If the heat is not good, the heat generated can not be dissipated in time; It will not completely lubricate the bearing. In the case of high-speed operation, the bearing will become hot. When adding lubricating oil to the bearing, it is necessary to add smooth oil on time according to the requirements of the book. Generally, the lubricating oil takes up 70% of the space. About % is good, too much or too little is not conducive to the heat dissipation of the bearing.

Third, the bearing cover is not progressing properly. If the cooperation between the bearing and the shaft is too tight or too loose, the bearing will be poorly cooled. If the bearing and the bearing housing are too tight, the wear will be intensified. If it is too loose, the bearing will overheat. Once this happens, the bearing should be stopped and removed. Trim the friction parts, adjust the tightness of the bearing and housing, and then reassemble as required.

In addition, the bearing is the weakest part of the Raymond mill. The staff should always pay attention to the noise of the bearing part of the bearing, and the abnormality should be dealt with early to prevent it from happening. To avoid metal objects entering the main body of Raymond Mill, if you accidentally enter it, be sure to stop the machine and clean it before it can work normally. The above is the common cause of overheating of Raymond mill bearings and the corresponding solutions. It is hoped that all construction personnel should operate safely when using Raymond mills to understand the common faults and repairs of Raymond mills. Ways to maximize benefits.