Our bimetallic screw barrel has the characteristics of high wear resistance, high corrosion resistance, good toughness, and good crack resistance. However, when using the bimetallic screw barrel, we should perform appropriate maintenance and upkeep on it to achieve extended service life. Its lifespan is intended to reduce maintenance and replacement costs.
The most important point is to regularly check the working condition of the screw barrel, including checking the sealing system, lubrication system, temperature control and external condition of the barrel. Make sure the barrel is in normal working condition and there is no oil leakage, grease leakage or other abnormal conditions. Regular inspections can help users understand the working condition of the screw barrel in time and take appropriate maintenance measures.
Regular inspection and replacement of parts is critical. Components of the bimetal screw barrel may fail due to wear, such as seals, bearings, screws, etc. Prompt replacement of these parts can prevent further damage and loss.
Make sure the barrel is operating within a suitable temperature range. Both overcooling and overheating may cause damage to the barrel. Maintenance of the lubrication system is also key to extending the service life of the bimetal screw. Keeping the lubrication system functioning properly reduces barrel wear and reduces friction and heat. Lubricating oil and filter elements should be replaced regularly to ensure the quality and cleanliness of the lubricating oil.