Patrick, an old customer in the Netherlands, used to buy our hydraulic cartridge valves. In the first half of the year, he purchased a batch of hydraulic valve blocks from another hydraulic valve manufacturer, but he had received a strange complaint from users in recent weeks. The hydraulic oil deteriorated suddenly. After stopping the machine to check the hydraulic oil, it was found that there were small iron filings inside the oil. After disassembling the whole hydraulic valve, it was found that the valve spool also showed signs of wear. The customer judged that there were iron filings in this batch of hydraulic valve blocks.
Patrick discussed with the hydraulic valve block manufacturer about how to deal with this quality complaint. The manufacturer replied that it was the problem of hydraulic oil, not the hydraulic valve block. So this problem was stuck here. Patrick emailed me and asked if I knew this hydraulic valve block manufacturer and whether I could mediate and solve the problem.
When I received the drawings of the hydraulic valve block purchased by Patrick this time, I felt that the iron filings probably came from the hydraulic valve block, because the intersecting processing channels of this hydraulic valve block were complex. With Patrick's appeal, I went to the hydraulic valve block factory. The overall feeling of the factory was still good, but the cleaning process before hydraulic valve block packaging did not accord with the process and details in my mind.
When I came back, I emailed Patrick. The manufacturer should understand that the problem of iron filings lay with them. However, according to the current iron filings removal process in this factory, even if replenishment, it was difficult to completely avoid iron filings. So he didn't want to reproduce and couldn't solve the problem, he had to perfunctory your demands.
Patrick didn't reply to my email for 2 days. When I asked him what else he needed me to do in this matter, he said that he had a big headache these 2 days. The boss asked him to find a new hydraulic valve block manufacturer to replenish part of the hydraulic valve blocks to take care of the customer's dissatisfaction with quality. I reminded him that there were few hydraulic valve manufacturers that could do this type of hydraulic valves with many slender holes. AAK HYDRAULIC VALVE solved a similar problem of iron filings of hydraulic valve block last month, and I sent him the pictures of hydraulic valve block for reference.
The next day, Patrick asked us how long it would take to produce 200 hydraulic valve blocks, which was the minimum replenishment quantity required by the customer. When the replenishment order was confirmed, Patrick was relieved.
How does AAK hydraulic valve remove iron filings from hydraulic valve block? Firstly, the hydraulic valve block is boiled with high-temperature alkaline water to make the iron filings of the hydraulic valve block lose magnetism, and then the pneumatic small grinding wheel is used to clamp the rotary file to go through the channel once, so as to completely eradicate the possible flash at the corner, and then the high-pressure washing machine is used to wash the dirt on the inner and outer surfaces of the channel under high pressure. Finally, the industrial endoscope and cold light source are used to check the flash burr, then point-to-point high-pressure flushing until the fixed iron filings in the hydraulic valve block are completely eradicated.
Mablevi is from Turkey. In early November, he left a message on the hydraulic cartridge valve manufacturer AAK website: Can you deliver 200 pcs of hydraulic pressure control valves within 20 days, equivalent to HydraForce RV08-22?
This week, we’d like to introduce a hydraulic cartridge relief valve equivalent to SUN RDDA. This Direct-acting relief cartridge is normally closed, pressure-limiting valve used to protect hydraulic components from pressure transients.
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