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Motor nut 10014

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Motor nut

Motor nut

H M12×1.75 SPECIAL

Spare part for Ouragan PLO heavy duty sander.

The motor nut is an essential mechanical part that secures and holds the sanding plate on the motor shaft. The sanding plate is the part of the sander that holds the sanding belt and performs the movement required to sand or polish surfaces.

The role of the motor nut is to secure the sanding plate by fixing it firmly to the motor shaft. This prevents any unwanted movement during operation of the sander and ensures efficient, precise sanding.

As for when to consider changing the motor nut, here are some situations where this may be necessary:

1. Wear: the motor nut is subjected to mechanical stress during use of the sander. If you notice signs of wear such as damaged threads, deformation or broken parts, it's time to replace it.

2. Difficulty tightening: if the motor nut becomes difficult to tighten properly or loosens during use of the sander, this may indicate that the nut is worn or defective. In this case, it is important to change it to ensure that the sanding plate is securely fastened.

3. If the sanding disc is loose or moves abnormally during operation of the sander, this may be due to a problem with the motor nut. It may be necessary to replace the nut to solve the problem and ensure safe use of the machine.

4. Preventive maintenance: as with all parts of a sander, it is recommended that you follow the Repex Floor guidelines for preventive maintenance intervals. Regular replacement of the motor nut can help prevent potential problems and maintain the performance of the sander.

In conclusion, the motor nut on your sander is crucial for securing the sanding plate and ensuring efficient sanding. It should be checked regularly and replaced if it is worn, has fixing problems or is difficult to tighten. If you have any doubts about the condition of the motor nut on your sander, consult the manufacturer's user manual or call in a qualified professional to assess the situation.

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