A hydraulic bearing extractor is a very common tool that can work in many environments. Even if the working environment is harsh, the bearing drawing work can be carried out well. However, if the hydraulic bearing extractor is used in harsh environments for a long time, no maintenance is required. Then, no matter how good the quality of the hydraulic bearing extractor is, there will inevitably be some problems such as surface rust, surface peeling, thread corrosion, etc., which will affect the experience of the hydraulic bearing extractor.
The hydraulic bearing extractor is moved directly forward by the hydraulic actuating rod, so the push rod itself does not rotate. The hook seat can be directly adjusted back and forth with the thread. When the operation is small, the handle is toggled back and forth, the hydraulic start lever is toggled forward, the hook is retracted correspondingly, and the bearing is pulled out. Hydraulic gear pullers are easy to use. Two or three claws can be replaced, and the pump can be freely selected. After the hydraulic puller is rotated, it can quickly reach the work center according to the distance between the puller and the positioning center.
After using the hydraulic bearing extractor for a long time, many people will find that some parts of the puller tool kit will rust, and then there is no good way to remove it. As for why these rust appear? Many people think that the product is not good, the product is defective, and the manufacturing is not handled well, causing the current to rust.
Many users when purchasing a hydraulic bearing extractor see that sellers can work in harsh work environments. Therefore, the hydraulic bearing extractor is placed in a harsh environment to work. And it has always been considered that damaged bearings can be removed for a long time in harsh environments. This idea is wrong. While hydraulic bearing extractors can extract bearings in harsh environments, that doesn't mean you can be in harsh environments all the time. Some corrosive liquids can attack it, causing it to break down and not work.
Many users put the hydraulic bearing extractor aside after use rather than in the box. This can cause the hydraulic bearing extractor to rust, as this is a metal tool. Damage can easily be caused if not properly maintained and left outside. After each use, you can wipe off the dirt on the surface, don't get wet, just touch a little oil, the oil will protect the surface of the product. If it encounters water, be sure to wipe it clean and store it in a box so it won't rust easily.