In order to speed up the production efficiency of the product, the continuously variable transmission is often in an overloaded working state. It may cause some damage to the equipment for a long time, causing it to become overloaded. What should I do if the continuously variable transmission is overloaded? The following is introduced for everyone:
1. The CVT is not selected properly, and the actual load conditions do not match the form of the submersible pump selected; the head is too high or too low.
2. The power supply voltage is too low. The continuously variable transmission operates in rural areas where the rated voltage is lower than the rated voltage. The current in the stator winding increases more, which results in a higher temperature rise of the stator winding and overheating.
3. The quality factor in the manufacturer or repair, the manufacturer and the quality cause in the repair caused the submersible pump to overload.
4. Mechanical failure, severe damage to the continuously variable transmission bearing, mechanical failures such as friction between the stator and the rotor, "sweeping", or the pump impeller being caught by other debris such as water grass, will cause the stator winding of the continuously variable transmission to burn out.
Here the CVT manufacturer reminds everyone that when using it, give the machine some time to rest, which will extend its service life.
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