Several major faults and solutions of flat plate vulcanizing machines

Several common faults of flat plate vulcanizers and their solutions are as follows:

Stress issues.flat plate vulcanizing machines It may appear that the pressure is insufficient or too high, and the reasons include oil pump failure, oil pressure gauge failure, oil line blockage, etc. Solutions include cleaning or replacing the oil line, replacing the oil pump or oil pressure gauge.
Heating problem. It may be manifested as surface damage to the heating plate, power outage to the heating pipe, malfunction of the temperature controller, etc. Solutions include replacing the heating plate or heating tube, repairing or replacing the temperature controller.
Movement issues. It may appear as jams, jams, roller jams, etc. during operation, or it may not move freely. Causes include damaged sprockets, failed bearings, worn belts, etc. Solutions include replacing or repairing sprockets, bearings, belts and other accessories.
Security Question. It may manifest itself as a failure of the temperature controller leading to a high temperature explosion. Solutions include timely repairs and replacement of old parts to keep equipment safe.

Electrical system failure. It may appear that the startup button is unresponsive, the monitor screen is black, and it cannot operate normally. Reasons include the electronic control system falling off, power failure, poor wire contact, etc. Solutions include rewiring and replacing the power switch.
Mechanical transmission system failure. It may be manifested as abnormal noise and low working efficiency when the vulcanizing machine is working. Reasons include tensioner failure, loose drive belts, worn gears, aging bearings, etc. Solutions include adjusting the tensioner, replacing the drive belt, replacing worn gears, and replacing aging bearings.
Leakage problem. It may appear as oil leakage from the static sealing parts of each joint surface, such as leakage from the hot plate weld. Solutions include replacing gaskets or applying sealant, and using polymer composite materials for on-site repair.
Corrosion problem. It may appear that the surface of the bottom plate of the vulcanizer is uneven due to local corrosion. Solutions include on-site repair using polymer composites.
Shaft head wear problem. It may be caused by the vibration, impact and other combined forces of the vulcanizer. Solutions include surfacing, thermal spraying, brush crossing, etc.

The above faults and their solutions can help users effectively maintain and repair the flat plate vulcanizing machine to ensure its normal operation and safety.