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Crawler Crane Undercarriage Daily Maintenance Guide


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Oct 30, 2023
Crawler crane undercarriage is a kind of multi-functional mechanical equipment, which is widely used in construction, engineering, communication, agriculture and other industries. In order to ensure the normal operation and prolong the service life of the crawler undercarriage, routine maintenance is essential
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1. Cleaning and lubrication: Clean the outer surface of the crane chassis on a regular basis to ensure that dirt, dust and other debris on the undercarriage will not hinder the normal operation of the equipment. At the same time, timely lubrication of all key parts, using the right amount of lubricant, to maintain the normal lubrication of each lubrication point.

2. Track Inspection: Check whether there is any wear and tear, deformation or breakage of the crawler track of the crane chassis. If any problem is found, replace or repair the damaged parts in time to ensure the stability and reliability of the tracks.

3. Tensioning the tracks: Check the tensioning of the tracks regularly to ensure that the tracks are maintained at the proper tension. Loose or over-tightened tracks will adversely affect the operation of the equipment and must be properly adjusted.

4. CheckHydraulic system : Check the quality and level of the hydraulic oil regularly. Ensure that the hydraulic system is working properly and replace or add hydraulic oil in a timely manner. If you find any leaks or abnormalities, have the problem serviced and eliminated immediately.

5. Tyre inspection: If your crawler crane chassis is equipped with tyres, check the tyre wear and air pressure regularly. Badly worn tyres should be replaced in time, while too high or too low air pressure will affect the handling and safety of the equipment.

6. Maintenance records: Establish a daily maintenance record to record the date, content and details of each maintenance. This will not only help you identify problems and solve them in time, but also provide a reference to ensure that maintenance is carried out on time.

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