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How to Maintain the Automatic Rising Bollards in Winter?

With the popularization and use of automatic rising bollards in various industries in society, the number of automatic rising bollards is increasing year by year. In the case of low extreme temperature in winter, in order to ensure the normal use of all automatic rising bollards, we will give you basic problems and maintenance analysis suggestions.


1. Will the acid, alkali, and salt in the snow corrode the surface of automatic rising bollards?


Snow flakes will absorb and dissolve the oxides in the air during the process of forming and falling. In the case of extremely low temperature, these flakes will fall on the surface of the rising bollard and adhere to the equipment for a long time, which will cause corrosion to the metal. At present, there are many bollard manufacturers in the market blindly pursuing low cost when purchasing column metal raw materials. The selected stainless steel material has extremely low corrosion resistance. Whether it is snow or rain, it will cause damage to the column.


2. Under extremely cold conditions in winter, will automatic rising bollards hydraulic oil become viscous?


Automatic rising bollards rely on hydraulic movement as the driving form. If the fully automatic rising bollards are compared to the human body, then the hydraulic movement is like the heart of our human body and the source of power for the rising bollard, and the hydraulic oil is like the blood in the human body. In the entire hydraulic working system, the hydraulic oil plays a number of functions such as energy transfer, lubrication, anti-corrosion, rust prevention, cooling, thus the hydraulic movement can be more efficient.


In the cold winter, whether the hydraulic system can work efficiently is closely related to the type and viscosity of the hydraulic oil selected. For hydraulic oil, viscosity is definitely one of the important factors considered when selecting oil. The viscosity directly affects the friction and resistance generated on the system components and the fluidity of the hydraulic oil. Only high-quality and high-freeze-resistant hydraulic oils are available. Only in this way can the hydraulic drive energy be efficiently transferred, and the normal use of the rising bollard is ensured, and the lifting speed is not affected by the cold winter. If you only pursue product profit and choose poor quality hydraulic oil, the rising bollard will not rise or the lifting speed will be significantly slow, and the oil temperature will rise rapidly under frequent use, and various problems such as leakage will occur.