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Undercarriage ring 12100102

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Undercarriage ring

Undercarriage ring for Major sanders

The undercarriage ring in a Major sander is a component that can serve different functions depending on the specific model and design of the sander. In general, the undercarriage ring is associated with securing or holding various parts of the sander, such as the sanding plate, belt, and other components. Its specific functions may vary, but here are some of the possible uses:

1. Holding the sanding plate: In many sander models, the undercarriage ring can be an important part of holding the sanding plate or sander head in place. It can be used to stabilise the platen and ensure even sanding.

2. Motion transfer : The undercarriage ring can also be used to transfer rotary motion from the motor to the sanding plate or other moving parts of the sander.

3. Vibration reduction: It can play a role in reducing vibration to improve user comfort and sanding quality.

Wear points on the undercarriage ring can depend on a number of factors, including frequency of use, the quality of the materials used and the type of work carried out with the sander.

Here are some common signs of wear that may require replacement of the subframe ring or other associated components:

1. Excessive play: If you notice excessive play or loose movement in the sanding plate or other components associated with the sub-frame ring, this may indicate that the ring is worn.

2. Difficulty maintaining pressure: If you have difficulty maintaining constant pressure during sanding or if the sander is not operating correctly, this may be a sign that the undercarriage ring is worn.

3. Unusual noises: Squeaking, rubbing or other abnormal noises when using the sander may indicate a problem with the undercarriage bushing.

4. Visible debris or damage: Debris, cracks, splinters or other visible signs of damage may also indicate wear on the bushing.

As with any wearing part, it is recommended that you consult the owner's manual for your specific Major sander for information on maintenance, parts replacement and recommended service intervals. If you suspect a problem with the undercarriage ring on your sander, it is best to contact a repair professional or Repex Floor's manufacturer's service department for assistance specific to your sander model and to carry out any necessary repairs.

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