Industrial vacuum cleaner in environmental protection far ahead.As an auxiliary equipment or cleaning equipment commonly used in industry, it can be used for waste collection, filtration and purification of air and environment in industrial production.At the same time, it can be used together with industrial production equipment to absorb dust and debris generated in the production process, ensuring a clean working environment and the health of employees.For example, workshop vacuuming equipment is widely used in the textile and chemical industries, reducing the risk of certain occupational diseases.
As the name implies, precision instruments are very strict to precision instruments, such as micrometer, electronic scale, microscope, etc., if these precision instruments have a little deviation in the production process or with impurities and dust, it will have a great impact on it.After the use of the instrument, it should be avoided to clean the production in the process of industrial dust removal, so as to avoid mixing with the instrument and affecting the precision of the instrument.
Workshop vacuum equipment in environmental protection far ahead.
Precision instrument belongs to instrument science and technology, which is closely related to information science and technology.It mainly studies modern precision instruments and intelligent micro-electromechanical systems, including measurement and control technology, theory and application of Microsystems, intelligent structural systems and technology, error theory, signal analysis and data processing.Its development and application are closely related to the development of various fields of modern science and technology, especially in the fields of biology, medicine, material science, aerospace, environmental protection and national defense.
The motor of dust collection equipment in workshop is generally used for single-phase motor with series excitation.The motor has the characteristics of fast speed, small volume, large starting torque and wide voltage fluctuation range.But because it has to use brushes and commutators (commutators), when they don't make good contact, too much of a big spark can result, causing the brush or commutator to lose too quickly, or even burn out, and eventually the motor can not start.In the detection and analysis of motor failure, first open a piece of dust-proof foam to expose the brush mounting bracket on the motor, and then measure the resistance value between the motor winding and the lead wire with multimeter level 1, which should be around 8-9.If the resistance value measured is much higher than this value, it means that the motor is in bad contact.If the resistance value is "0", then the motor has an open circuit fault.