The removal of bearings is performed with the help of the hydraulic puller. Hydraulic pulling uses a hydraulic jack that can move a mechanical jaw puller. The plunger rotates out whenever the pump is switched on. The mechanical jaws are set beneath the bearing as the pump turns off again.
What is a Hydraulic Bearing Puller?
A Hydraulic bearing puller is a device that uses a support device to pull a bearing off a shaft.. In these machines, pressing appropriate procedures take a lot of work to align the approaches.
In this operation, we require a lot of force to assemble and remove the bearings from the machines. It is a popular choice. It is simple to put onto the bearing and then remove it. It can be used for the removal of bearings.
How do they work?
The pump regulates its hydraulic flow through the puller. This increases the pressure and moves the cylinder forward and then presses the ram of the puller. The rams are then connected with the shafts of the object to be taken off.
The type of puller needed will depend on the task used. The kind of puller you choose is based on various elements, including whether it is outdoors or inside.
Hydraulic pullers can be found in a wide variety of sizes and shapes. Several factors must be considered to determine what is necessary to choose the suitable puller to ensure the task is completed effectively. Hydraulic bearing pullers are used in industrial applications and automobile work.
Precautions to operate a hydraulic puller
Before using the hydraulic puller, the exact tonnage must be chosen based on the diameter of the outer rim, the loading force, and the pulling distance of the object to be pulled. It must be manageable to prevent damage.
The hydraulic puller utilizes oil as its medium, and maintenance of the tools and oil are essential to prevent blockages or leakage of oil, which can impact the effectiveness of the puller.
To avoid the destruction of equipment due to overload, there’s an overload-safety valve within the device. If an object being pulled is heavier than the maximum load it is designed to handle, an overload valve is activated to unload. A higher tonnage hydraulic puller is employed instead. If the hydraulic puller not in use the hydraulic puller should be rotated three times a month without loads.
The handle is then inserted into the hole for lifting, and the rod for the piston starter is swiveled forward and back to smoothly move forward while the hook retracts in a manner that allows the object that is pulled.
The distance of the piston’s beginning rod in the hydraulic puller can be 50mm. Therefore, the length of the rod must not exceed 50mm when used.
To retract the piston’s start rod, utilize the slotted portion on the hand to loosen the rod of the oil return valve in a counterclockwise manner, and the rod that starts the piston slowly retracts as a result of the force that the spring.