Damage of drive lugs, pins, slots, etc


DAMAGE OF DRIVE LUGS, PINS, SLOTS, etc ST012

Broken parts.

  • Chemical attack is a common cause.
  • Excessive side load or high torque.
    • The seal faces are glued together because the product has solidified for some reason.
    • A cryogenic fluid is sticking the faces together.

Wear on one side of the drive lug or slot.

  • Vibration.
  • Slipstick.
  • The stationary is not perpendicular to the shaft.

The drive pins are falling out of the holder.

  • Corrosion.
  • Improper fit.
  • Bad part.
  • Excessive vibration.

Posted

  • On February 18, 2018