Yesterday a customer asked: Why does the lobe pump I bought at home always make noise? In fact, the noise is caused by a number of reasons. The following Ace to tell you the causes of the lobe pump noise and the solution.
The causes of noise from lobe pumps and the solutions are as follows.
Some users will install it directly on the ground, connect the inlet and outlet pipes and then run it directly to save more trouble and effort during installation, some will choose to install it on a triangle iron welded stand. However, we know that triangular iron brackets are too simple in structure and are generally not strong and generate a lot of noise when running. This type of mounting is naturally problematic. We need to install the sludge lobe pump on a hard, flat surface.
2. The concentricity of the coupling has not been adjusted
If the concentricity is not properly adjusted during installation, or if the rubber blocks inside the coupling are badly worn, both of these conditions can also lead to large vibrations in sludge lobe pumps, and the required operation is simple. The problem of excessive vibration can be better solved by adjusting the concentricity of the coupling or by replacing the worn rubber block.
If the lobe pump bearing is damaged, it will also cause the sludge lobe pump to vibrate more. In this case, only a new bearing is required. So in this case, there is usually a problem with the installation method or the lobe pump has caused some faults in use.
Warm reminder: the above is about the causes of the lobe pump noise and the related introduction of the solution. I hope that when the lobe pump noise occurs must solve the problem in time, so that the lobe pump can be used for a long time. If you do not know the cause of your own lobe pump, you can contact Ace to help you solve it.