The Glass lining agitator is made by firing at a high temperature of around 900 ℃ to make the corrosion-resistant glass material tightly adhere to the metal surface. It has good corrosion resistance, smooth surface, wear resistance, and certain thermal stability, and is widely used in industries such as chemical, metallurgical, rubber, and petroleum.
When disassembling the flange joint of the Glass lined agitator, use a spring washer to prevent the nut from rotating and play a role in preventing loosening. Generally speaking, threaded connections can meet self-locking conditions. After tightening, support surfaces such as nuts and bolt heads have a friction and anti loosening effect. When there is little change in static load and working temperature, the threaded connection will not automatically loosen.
However, under conditions such as impact and vibration, as well as high temperatures or significant temperature changes, the pre tightening force and friction force in threaded connections will gradually decrease or may fail, leading to connection failure. Once the screw connection fails, it will seriously affect the normal operation of the Glass lining agitator, and even cause accidents
According to the different working principles of the Glass lining agitator, its anti loosening methods include friction anti loosening, mechanical anti loosening, component anti loosening, adhesive anti loosening, etc., mainly including friction anti loosening and mechanical anti loosening.
The thread resistance of the glass lined stirrer comes from the spiral pattern. Threads are prone to significant resistance in narrow spaces.