Industrial Sprocket Manufacturer Introduces The Oiling Rules Fo


    Industrial Sprocket Manufacturer introduces how to properly lubricate mechanical chains?

    1. Only oil the chain, do not oil any other cars, remember! The extremely erroneous act of destroying the car by spraying oil into the hub and the bottom bracket, to paraphrase a fashionable phrase, the above actions are all tragic deaths in the world.
    2 Do not spray on the tires, do not get the wd40 and spray it indiscriminately, use a rag to stop the chain under the chain, and apply oil to the chain.
    3 High-end oiling situation: "Dry-to-wet chain". Good oiling is to make people invisible, not greasy. You only need to have oil between the movable joints of the chain (normally there are 110 joints, haha), and no oil should be present in other places. On the outside, the oil that is exposed is very easy to stick to the dust and sand. Remember, it is best to apply the oil and wipe it with a rag. That's it.
    4 Things like WD40 are light mineral oils, which can only be used for low-load lubrication. They are very suitable for cleaning chains. Assuming that no chain oil is applied after cleaning, the chain will appear dry and unsatisfactory after WD40 is used. , And the lack of oil film strength, the wear will be faster (of course, you can also spray once every time you ride once or twice)
    5 Some new riders love to use it, but professional books often say that it is not suitable for bicycle chains. This oil is not suitable for high-speed work, and it is very easy to get dust and wear the chain, and it is easy to throw out.
    6 Engine oil and other mechanical oils. This type of oil has very good mobility (good lubricity), but it can be easily thrown everywhere, and it is easy to stain. It is better not to
    7 Radiation butter, this thing lacks in soaking performance, can not supply the lubrication in the shaft of the chain, and it is too easy to get dust.

    Through the above introduction, Conveyor Chain Manufacturer hopes that you can simply refer to the content of this article in future use.