How Process Hydraulic Breaker Repair?

Why is my hydraulic breaker not firing?

hydraulic breaker

Possible Causes and Solutions:

1. Lack of Hydraulic Flow
Potential Cause: The hydraulic flow to the breaker is insufficient.
Solution: Ensure that the hydraulic flow and pressure settings are aligned with the breaker specifications.
2. Air in the Hydraulic System
Potential Cause: There is air trapped in the hydraulic system.
Solution: Bleed the hydraulic system to remove any trapped air.
3. Damaged Components
Potential Cause: Components such as pistons or valves are damaged.
Solution: Inspect the breaker for damaged parts and replace them as necessary. Don’t forget to check the availability of spare parts like pistons, front heads, chisel pins, and bushes.
4. Worn Out Chisel
Potential Cause: The chisel is worn out or not installed correctly.
Solution: Replace or properly install a fresh chisel.
5. Issues with the Accumulator
Potential Cause: The accumulator is malfunctioning.
Solution: Inspect the accumulator for any signs of damage and replace it if necessary.
6. Inadequate Lubrication
Potential Cause: The breaker is not sufficiently lubricated.
Solution: Ensure that the breaker is well-lubricated to facilitate smooth operation.
7. Operator Error
Potential Cause: The operator is not using the breaker correctly.
Solution: Provide proper training to the operator to avoid recurrent issues.

Hydraulic breaker repair kits

A standard hydraulic breaker repair kit should ideally comprise the following components:

1. Seals
Role: To prevent leaks and ensure the tightness of the hydraulic system.
Recommendation: Always opt for high-quality seals to enhance durability.
2. Diaphragms
Role: To ensure the optimal functioning of the accumulator.
Recommendation: Regular inspection for any wear and tear is advised.
3. Chisels
Role: They are the primary tools that interact with the material being broken.
Recommendation: Keeping a stock of various types of chisels, including moil point, blunt, and conical types would be beneficial.
4. Bushes
Role: To assist in reducing the wear and tear on other components.
Recommendation: Opt for bushes that meet industry standards to ensure longevity.
5. Pistons
Role: To facilitate the striking action of the breaker.
Recommendation: Regular inspection and timely replacement can enhance the life of the breaker.
6. Bolts and Nuts
Role: To hold the various components together securely.
Recommendation: Always have a set of spare bolts and nuts in the kit.
7. Wear Plates & Rings
Role: To reduce the wear and tear of the components in the breaker.
Recommendation: Choose wear plates and rings that align with your breaker specifications.
8. Tool Pins
Role: To secure the tool in place.
Recommendation: Keeping extra tool pins in your repair kit can come in handy during emergency repairs.

Recommendations for A&D-We Sell Certified Rebuilt Breakers

Given A&D’s rich experience in manufacturing excavator attachments, we recommend developing customized repair kits tailored to different hydraulic breakers. This will not only foster trust with your clients but also position A&D as a one-stop solution provider in the industry.
Please remember that our team is always here to offer assistance in crafting the most efficient and robust repair kits to facilitate impeccable after-sales service. Feel free to contact us for any inquiries or support in this regard.

Hydraulic Attachments Repair

1. Inspection
Detail: Begin with a thorough inspection to identify worn out or damaged parts.
Tip: Regularly schedule inspections to preemptively address potential issues.
2. Disassembly
Detail: Carefully disassemble the necessary components.
Tip: Label parts during disassembly to facilitate a smooth reassembly process.
3. Cleaning
Detail: Clean all components to remove dirt, grease, and other contaminants.
Tip: Use industry-grade cleaners for the best results.
4. Component Repair or Replacement
Detail: Repair or replace damaged components such as seals, chisels, or pistons.
Tip: Always opt for quality spare parts to ensure longevity and durability.
5. Lubrication
Detail: Adequately lubricate moving parts to reduce friction and wear.
Tip: Utilize high-grade lubricants for optimal performance.
6. Reassembly
Detail: Reassemble the attachment, ensuring all components are securely fastened.
Tip: Refer to the manufacturer’s guidelines for proper reassembly.
7. Testing
Detail: Test the attachment to confirm it operates correctly.
Tip: Conduct tests under various conditions to ensure reliable performance.

Common Hydraulic Breaker Hammer Repair Mistakes

1. Ignoring Regular Maintenance
Mistake: Skipping routine maintenance checks.
Solution: Establish a regular maintenance schedule to identify and rectify issues before they escalate.
2. Using Inappropriate Lubricants
Mistake: Using low-quality or incorrect lubricants for the breaker hammer.
Solution: Always use high-grade lubricants recommended by the manufacturer to ensure the longevity of the components.
3. Overlooking Hydraulic System Issues
Mistake: Neglecting problems in the hydraulic system, such as leaks or pressure inconsistencies.
Solution: Regularly monitor the hydraulic system and address issues promptly to avoid major breakdowns.
4. Improper Storage
Mistake: Storing the breaker hammer inappropriately, exposing it to adverse environmental conditions.
Solution: Store the hammer in a dry and clean environment to prevent rusting and deterioration.
5. Delaying Replacements of Worn-out Parts
Mistake: Delaying the replacement of worn-out parts, like chisels and bushes.
Solution: Regularly inspect the parts for wear and tear, and replace them timely with grade A quality parts to maintain optimal performance.
6. Inadequate Training for Operators
Mistake: Allowing untrained personnel to operate the breaker hammer.
Solution: Ensure that operators are well-trained to handle the equipment properly and to carry out basic maintenance tasks.
7. Using Incorrect Tools for Repairs
Mistake: Utilizing unsuitable tools for repairs, leading to further damages.
Solution: Always use the right tools designed for specific repair tasks to avoid causing additional damage to the equipment.
8. Disregarding Manufacturer Guidelines
Mistake: Ignoring the manufacturer’s guidelines during repairs.
Solution: Adhere to the guidelines provided by the manufacturer to ensure the correct repair procedures are followed.

At A&D, we stand ready to assist you with a range of high-quality excavator attachments and spare parts that meet industry standards, facilitating seamless repairs. Our expert team is always at your service, offering guidance and providing the best quality excavator attachments for a remarkable after-sales service experience. Feel free to contact us for any inquiries or support in navigating the repair landscape.

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