Research on Fault Diagnosis Methods for Emulsion Pump

Jing Yang


During the operation of emulsion pumps, it is inevitable that some mechanical failures may occur. The more serious and frequent components are crankshaft fracture and rolling bearing failure, which can affect the safety and reliability of the emulsion pump once they fail. Therefore, this article describes the symptoms of common faults in emulsion pumps, analyzes their causes, and proposes corresponding improvement measures. At the same time, combining modern diagnostic methods to diagnose faults such as crankshaft fracture and rolling bearing failure, in order to prevent unnecessary mechanical accidents from occurring. And according to the different usage environments and faults of its parts, appropriate diagnostic methods are adopted to prevent emulsion pump failures and improve production efficiency.

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