In the eyes of people engaged in the construction machinery industry, the excavator is a very practical construction machine, but the standard arms of many excavators are relatively short, and many projects are not available for longer distances. This requires people to modify and lengthen them. arm. But not everyone can install it. What if the long reach front of the excavator is installed incorrectly?
Before talking about the problem that the long reach front of the excavator is installed on the wrong side, let's first talk about what kind of excavator can modify the extension arm. The general recommendation is to modify 50% to 80% of the new excavator. If it is a new machine, the after-sales service period has not expired. The modification manufacturer can easily transfer the responsibility to the original factory, and the original factory can easily transfer the responsibility to the original factory. Disputes arise in this way, but the consumer's problem is still unresolved. If it is an excavator less than 50% newer, you can know if you think about it. Such machines are generally older and cannot bear the weight of the extended arm. In addition, their performance will be reduced and they will not be able to perform. The efficiency due to the modification of the extension arm will cause consumers to feel that it is not worthwhile after the modification, and leave a bad stereotype in the modification of the long reach front of the excavator.
The long reach front of the excavator can be applied to earth and stone foundations, deep trench excavation operations, river dredging, high-rise building demolition, etc. However, if people install it incorrectly, it will not only fail to play its original role, and if it is mandatory to use it, Construction accidents will also occur. So next, Huitong Heavy Industry will say, what should I do if the long reach front of the excavator is installed incorrectly? You can check the combination valve of the excavator, such as removing the oil pipe, blocking the oil outlet with a plug, starting the engine, and checking the oil pressure. If no problems are found, the central swivel joint can be checked. If you find that this is the problem, you can replace it.