Clean the valve stem and valve body thoroughly with solvent. Dry all parts with compressed air and reassemble with ATF oil as lubricant. When you choose, we will have a special technical personnel to answer for you. It is suggested that when you finish work, you should thoroughly clean the concrete storage tank and the area around the inlet and outlet to ensure that there is no cement and concrete caking. Coat the surface of the valve stem with ATF oil and drop it into the valve hole. The valve stem should be able to fall into the bottom of the valve hole by its own weight. Otherwise, repeat step and retest. If the stem is still stuck, replace the valve body.
The maintenance of the automatic feeding mixer is also very important in the whole project operation. Only by doing a good job in the basic maintenance can our work be carried out normally. First place sandpaper in ATF oil and soak for about 30 minutes. Carefully tap the valve body to allow the stuck stem to fall out of the cavity bore. It may be necessary to lever it out using a small screwdriver.
Be careful not to scratch the valve hole on the automatic feeding mixer. Check whether there are friction marks on the one-way valve stem. Grind the burrs on the valve stem with ? 600 sandpaper soaked in ATF oil, then clean the valve stem in solvent and dry it with compressed air. Roll up half a piece of ? 600 sandpaper soaked in ATF oil and insert it into the valve hole with stuck valve stem. Gently twist the sandpaper to make the sandpaper loose and tightly fit on the surface of the valve hole. Then, while pushing and pulling, twist the sandpaper to polish the valve hole. Draw out 600 sandpaper. Clean the entire valve body thoroughly in solvent and blow dry with compressed air.
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