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Pressure spring pin

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Pressure spring pin 12100101

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Pressure spring pin

Pressure spring pin

Pressure spring pin for MAJOR CYCLONE TYPHON1 & 2 TORNADE sanders

The frame pressure spring pin is a mechanical component that is generally used to maintain pressure on the sander's sanding arm or platen. Its main role is to ensure that the sanding pressure is evenly applied to the surface to be sanded, thus achieving uniform, quality sanding results. Here's how it works and when it may be necessary to change this part:

How the pressure spring pin works:

1. Maintaining pressure: The pressure spring pin is often associated with a spring that exerts a force on the sanding arm or platen. This pressure is essential to maintain contact between the surface to be sanded and the sanding belt, ensuring efficient sanding.

2. Pressure adjustment: In some sander models, the pressure spring pin can be adjusted, enabling the user to adjust the pressure to suit the hardness of the material to be sanded or other factors.

Pressure spring pin wear points :

1. Wear and tear due to use: The pressure spring pin may undergo normal wear and tear over time due to repeated movement of the sanding arm or platen and compression of the spring.

2. Physical damage: Excessive stress, impact or foreign objects trapped in the pressure spring axle mechanism can cause physical damage, such as scratches, cracks or deformation.

3. Ageing: Depending on the materials of construction and frequency of use, the pressure spring axle may age and lose its ability to maintain stable pressure.

When should the part be replaced?

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

1. Loss of pressure: If the pressure spring pin can no longer effectively maintain pressure on the surface to be sanded, resulting in uneven or inefficient sanding, this may indicate a problem.

2. Abnormal noises: Squeaking or rattling noises from the pressure spring shaft mechanism may indicate a problem.

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

4. Loss of efficiency: If the pressure spring axle is no longer able to adjust pressure accurately and stably, it may be time to replace it.

Replacing the pressure spring pin may vary in complexity depending on the model of sander and the specific design of the mechanism. We recommend that you follow the Repex Floor manufacturer's recommendations for maintenance and parts replacement and, if necessary, call in a qualified professional to carry out this operation. Be sure to follow all safety procedures when servicing or replacing components on your sander.

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