In most cases, the work tool equipped with the loader is the bucket, which is used for digging and transporting materials. The loader bucket, as a working tool that directly contacts working materials, is one of the main wear parts of the loader and directly affects the cost of use. So what are the forms of wear and tear on the loader bucket? Below is an analysis by the rental manufacturer of Jinan loaders for you:
Analysis of the forms and causes of bucket wear
The bucket volume of a loader is relatively large. Generally, a blade plate made of wear-resistant materials welded to the front end of the lower body of the bucket (such as 16Mn) is used. Edge protection plates are installed on both sides of the bucket, and then bucket teeth are installed at equal intervals on the blade plate. The connection between the bucket teeth and the blade plate is bolted.
The blade plate is severely worn, manifested by thinning in thickness, and the blade plate located between the bucket teeth gradually changes from a straight line to an inward curved arc.
(1) After the blade plate is worn out, due to its reduced thickness, when replacing the bucket teeth, there is a large gap between the upper and lower parts of the rear end of the bucket teeth and the blade plate. Only the bucket tooth bolts are used to fix the gap between the two. After the loader works for a period of time, due to the frequent impact of materials on the bucket teeth, the bucket tooth fixing bolts become loose, resulting in increased wear of the bucket teeth and blade plate, ultimately leading to the inability of the bucket to function properly.
(2) If the blade is not replaced in a timely manner, it is easy to cause excessive wear on the mother body (lower end) of the bucket, while reducing the overall stiffness of the bucket, which can easily cause force deformation of the bucket and seriously affect its service life.
Bucket teeth wear
Bucket teeth play a pioneering role in shovel loading operations, with fast wear and frequent replacement. The form of wear is shortening in length, thinning in thickness, and even separating the upper and lower parts.
(1) After the fixing bolts of the bucket teeth become loose, the driver fails to fix them in a timely manner, resulting in an increasing fit gap between the bucket teeth bolts and the bucket teeth and blade plate. This may cause the fixing bolts to break or the bucket teeth to be damaged, increasing the wear of the blade plate.
(2) Due to the lack or excessive wear of the bucket teeth and failure to replace them in a timely manner, the blade plate is excessively worn, resulting in early scrapping of the blade plate due to early damage, reducing the service life of the bucket.
It can be seen that it is very important to understand the wear forms and causes of the bucket, and to carry out reasonable maintenance and repair to extend its service life. If there are any other matters, please come to our website http://www.ycgjglcl.com Consult!