Storage and use guide
Bulk oil is stored in oil tanks, which may be affected by condensed water and various pollutants, and a sludge-like substance is easily formed at the bottom of the tank, which affects the use of lubricants. Therefore, the bottom of the storage tank is designed with a butterfly or inclined nest, and an oil drain hole is installed to discharge the sediment on time, and the interior of the oil tank is regularly cleaned. Industrial Gear Oil
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Lubricants should be stored indoors as much as possible, protected from direct sunlight. Unpacked barrels of lubricating oil, bulk oil and grease must be stored indoors.
Place the oil barrels placed in the open air as far as possible to prevent rolling, and pay attention not to place the oil outlet on the end surface above. If it is necessary to place the bucket straight, the bucket should be inverted with the lid facing down or the bucket slightly tilted with the drain port above to prevent rainwater from entering the bucket.
To prevent water vapor from being sucked into the lubricating oil barrel, the barrel lid should be closed as soon as possible after use.
Containers used to store small amounts of lubricating oil and replenishment must be covered and kept clean, washed regularly and wiped dry with a cloth. It is best to use a cloth when rubbing, and not to use waste cotton yarns that are prone to shed fibers, because their fibers will enter the equipment's lubrication system from the vessel, blocking the flow of match lubricant.
Each lubricating oil should use a special solvent, and the name of the lubricating oil should be marked on the container to avoid confusion.
The lubrication system of new equipment or overhaul equipment must be cleaned and run in according to regulations.
The same lubricant products of different companies must not be mixed, and tests must be performed if they are mixed. Products of different quality grades of the same company must not be mixed. The oil substitute must be "higher and lower," and the same viscosity grade is required.