Maintenance of fasteners

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The maintenance of fasteners mainly includes the following aspects:

Cleaning: Maintaining the cleanliness of fasteners is the first step in maintenance. Use a clean cloth or brush to regularly remove dust, dirt, and other impurities from the surface of fasteners. For parts that are difficult to clean, alcohol or cleaning agents can be used for wiping.

Lubrication: For fasteners that require rotation or sliding, regular lubrication is required. Lubricants can help reduce friction and prevent fasteners from getting stuck or worn. The selection of lubricants should be based on the material and purpose of the fastener. Common lubricants include lubricating oil, grease, and wax.

Inspection: Regularly check the integrity of fasteners to confirm that they are not damaged or loose. If found, it should be repaired or replaced in a timely manner.

Replacement: For damaged or expired fasteners, they should be replaced in a timely manner. When replacing, parts with the same specifications, materials, and performance as the original fasteners should be selected.

Storage: Fasteners should be stored in a dry and ventilated place, avoiding direct sunlight and humid environments. Fasteners that are not used for a long time should be coated with anti rust oil to prevent rusting.

Safety: During maintenance, attention should be paid to safety. For disassembled or replaced fasteners, they should be fixed first to prevent accidental detachment and injury. Meanwhile, improper tools or methods should be avoided during maintenance to avoid damage or deformation.