When they are malfunctioning, it not only leads to frustration on your part, but it also can lead to downtime and lost business opportunities. If you regularly work with industrial equipment like cranes who need regular service and repair on parts such as torque converters, here are some important signs that your torque converter is going to need service real soon.
One of the major signs that international torque converter rebuilders often look for with a torque converter is repeated slipping or shuddering within the machine. International torque converter rebuilders will often look at slipping and shuddering as one of the first signs it’s time to give the machine a serious run-through. First of all, these professionals realize that torque converter shuddering in heavy machinery often means that the equipment has a clutch problem. If the clutch is failing to deliver power to the converter, it can lead to serious performance issues with the industrial machine. Even the best torque converter for industrial cranes will have problems every now and then. Please realize that this is a big repair job and is best left up to a top torque converter rebuilder and not just any mechanic.
Torque converter shuddering in heavy machinery isn’t the only ominous sign you need to look out for. Dirty liquid can also be cause for a serious concern. Ideally, you will want all of the liquid in your industrial equipment to appear nice and thick. The hydraulic fluid used to properly run the machine should have the correct viscosity otherwise it can lead to slips, overheating or other serious and costly problems. Even the best torque converter for industrial cranes and other machines will go bad if you do not watch your oils and other fluids.
If you are looking for someone to service your torque converter then this might be the main reason why you do it. First of all, the main concern is bad seals. You also should strongly consider any drop in fluid pressure. Simply put, a drop in fluid pressure can often result in an industrial machine running hot. Of course, this is not an easy task, but if you are able, check the fluid pressure. If you can’t, leave it up to the professionals.
It can be tough to determine when your torque converter needs servicing. Your can call K&L Clutch 24 hours a day for service. We are a worldwide company, so no matter where your location, we will be dedicated to helping you get your equipment back up to par.
Contact the Professionals at K&L Clutch with further questions, as we have a 24/7 service line and the fastest turn around time in the business!
Dec 5, 17 •
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What is a power take off? Power take-off (PTO) transfers the mechanical power of the engine over to another piece of the equipment. This allows for the power to move throughout the equipment to transmit energy even if it doesn’t have a motor or engine itself. Read Full Article →
A hydraulic pump uses hydraulic power pump drives (PPDs) engineered for agricultural markets, as well as construction, forestry, petroleum, and marine industries. The hydraulic pump is a mechanical device that produces hydraulic energy from mechanical power. It generates flow with sufficient power, which will allow it to overcome pressure from the load. Read Full Article →
Jun 21, 17 •
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ROCKFORD POWERTRAIN ® ORIGINAL EQUIPMENT POWER TAKE-OFF
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This Industrial PTO is a single plate SAE 7.5” HE clutch, with a SAE #5 bell housing.
The internal clutch pack assembly number is 4-15823.
This Rockford Powertrain Original model has a bronze release collar & sleeve assembly.The clutch body measures 7.5″ in diameter. The organic gear tooth facing (friction plate) has 47 teeth, 8.08″OD, 4.5” ID and 0.438” thick. It also is segmented into 3 pieces for easy replacement in the field. Read Full Article →
Oct 21, 15 •
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K&L Clutch is now actively seeking Allison and Twin Disc torque converters to purchase for our exchange program. We are looking for TCOA 377, TCDO 400 series, TCDOA 400 series, TCDO 500 series, TCDOA 500 series and CO-10066-TC1 torque converters. Read Full Article →
This is the 2nd anniversary of the new BIG TEX 2.0 at the State Fair of Texas at Fair Park in Dallas.
Big Tex was originally built as the largest Santa Claus in the world in 1949. Howell Brister’s idea for a 50 foot Santa was used as an attraction to increase the economy. Read Full Article →