No matter what equipment is just purchased, it will have a running-in period, and the small crane is also available. The so-called running-in period mainly refers to the contact, friction and bite of each part of the equipment when it just starts to run.
The running-in process may seem simple, but poor running-in will adversely affect the equipment, or even make it impossible to start. After running in well, the failure rate can be reduced and the service life can be extended! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! !
Let's talk about what the equipment should do during the break-in period! ! ! ! !
1. Avoid emergency braking
2. Avoid overloading
3. Avoid high-speed driving
4. Don't change the oil too early
5. The car must be warmed up at the start
Generally speaking, the running-in period of the crane is the first 60 hours of operation time. There is no harm in having a longer running-in period. ! ! ! ! ! ! ! !