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You probably know that replacing worn-out hydraulic seals is a regular part of owning and maintaining a hydraulic system. However, you might have found that one of your hydraulic seals needs to be replaced, and you might feel that it needs to be replaced a bit sooner than you expected. You might not mind buying and replacing the hydraulic seals that you need, but you could be wondering what caused your last ones to wear out before you expected. After all, you probably want to prevent similar problems if at all possible.
They Weren't the Right Size for Your Hydraulic System
The first mistake that you might have made last time that you purchased hydraulic seals was buying seals that were not the proper size. If the seals were too big, for example, they might have stretched out even more over time. This might have prevented them from doing their job. If they were too small, on the other hand, they might have been more prone to break completely. Now is a good time for you to carefully determine what size of hydraulic seals you need. Then, when you are purchasing your replacement seals, you can be certain that they are the appropriate size. This helps with both durability and proper performance.
They Weren't Able to Handle the Pressure or Temperature
There is also a chance that your existing hydraulic seals were damaged because they were not able to withstand the pressure levels or extreme temperatures that they were exposed to when installed on your hydraulic system. For example, for high-pressure applications, it's important to purchase hydraulic seals that are designed for high-pressure applications. If you have not done this, you should make sure that you do it in the future.
They Were Damaged Before or During Installation
Your hydraulic seals might have been damaged before installation; in fact, there is a chance that they were torn or otherwise compromised when you first purchased them. Because of this, it's always important to carefully inspect hydraulic seals before installing them. Additionally, you should be sure that you handle them carefully during installation so you don't accidentally damage them, such as stretching or tearing them.
They Weren't Installed Properly
Even if your hydraulic seals were not damaged during installation, this does not mean that there was not an issue with installation at all. If your hydraulic seals were not put properly in place during installation, then they might have been more prone to being damaged after installation. Additionally, they might not have done their job properly. Ensuring that your new hydraulic seals are installed as they should be is very important if you want to avoid any issues.Share
17 November 2021