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Pressure axis 12100103

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Pressure axis

Pressure axis 

for FORCE-MAJOR-TYPHON1&2 sanders 

The frame pressure axis is a mechanical component whose main role is to exert pressure on the sanding belt of the sander. It is generally associated with the sanding belt tension mechanism and is essential for keeping the belt taut and in place during sanding. Here's how it works and when it may need changing:

How the pressure axis works:

1. Sanding belt tension: The pressure pin is used to apply mechanical force to the sanding belt, keeping it taut around the sander's rollers.

2. Tension adjustment: It is often possible to adjust the tension of the sanding belt by adjusting the position of the pressure axis. This allows the tension to be adapted to the needs of the sanding task.

Pressure axis wear points :

1. Wear due to friction: The pressure axis is subject to normal wear due to the constant friction between the sanding belt and the pin. Over time, this can lead to wear on the surface of the pin.

2. Physical damage: Excessive stress, impact or foreign objects trapped between the grinding belt and the spindle can damage the surface of the spindle.

3. Ageing: Depending on the materials of construction and frequency of use, the pressure pin can age and degrade, which can affect its performance.

When is it necessary to change the part?

It's important to regularly monitor the condition of your sander's pressure axis for signs of wear or damage. Here are a few indications that suggest it's time to replace this part:

1. Difficulty maintaining tension: If the pressure axis can no longer keep the sanding belt properly tensioned, this can lead to sanding problems, such as uneven marks or a poor surface finish.

2. Abnormal noises: Rubbing or rattling noises coming from the sander may indicate a problem with the pressure pin.

3. Visible damage: If there are any cracks, deformations or other visible damage to the pressure pin, it must be replaced.

4. Loss of efficiency: If the quality of sanding decreases significantly despite appropriate adjustments, the pressure pin may be to blame.

As always, it is advisable to follow the Repex Floor manufacturer's specific recommendations for your sander with regard to maintenance and replacement of parts. If you notice any signs of problems with the pressure pin, it is best to have it replaced by a qualified professional and contact Repex Floor Customer Service for assistance. Also be sure to follow all safety procedures when servicing or replacing components on your sander.

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