What are the common mechanical problems?
More and more large amusement parks are now appearing. In the process of running these large-scale amusement equipment manufacturing, there may be some failures. To ensure the safety of the amusement riders, some correct methods must be taken to deal with these failures, so as to better prevent various types of accidents.
This may be because the chain is too loose, the load is too large, or one or more links are inflexible. The solution is to install the chain tensioner or adjust the center distance. Reduce the load if possible.
When the load exceeds the fatigue limit of the chain plate, the chain plate will be fatigued, and tiny cracks will occur around the hole until it breaks. The solution is to reduce the load or replace the chain with large carrying capacity.
If the sprocket teeth have obvious wear on both sides, the drive is misaligned. If a "bend ditch" is produced, it means that the sprocket should be replaced with excessive wear, and the sprocket can be reversed so that the lighter wear side faces the chain. Excessively worn sprocket is best replaced with the chain.
The pin has a long service life if the pin is worn out. The usual reason is because of insufficient lubrication. Always check the lubricant for abrasives or change lubrication.
Chain and sprockets do not work well
If the chain and the sprocket do not cooperate well, it may be that the chain hinge is worn, the pitch is elongated, and the chain should be replaced in time if there is a phenomenon of skipping teeth. If the sprocket wears out, it should be replaced so as not to damage the new chain.
Chain side grinding
If the inner surface of the inner chain link wrench is worn out, it means the drive is misaligned. The solution is to check the alignment of the shaft and sprocket. If there is no problem with the installation, it can be checked whether the rigidity is insufficient due to excessive deformation of the load during operation.
Pin gluing is generally caused by insufficient oil supply. If only one end is glued, check the installation of the shaft and the sprocket, whether the shafts are parallel, whether the sprocket is coplanar, and whether the shaft and sprockets move during operation.
Six Measures for the Maintenance of Amusement Equipment