The clutch is composed of moving plate assembly, clutch gland and cover assembly, release bearing and flywheel. The service life of the clutch of general vehicles is about 60000km. Most mixers are in manual gear, and many clutches are used in manual gear. The service life of the clutch of the mixer is short, which is affected by several aspects:
If you step on the clutch for a long time and keep it for a long time, the clutch will always be in working state. Such long-term operation is very easy to cause overheating and excessive wear of the clutch.
Semi linkage for a long time, which means that during the driving process of the vehicle, always step on the clutch, step on half and release half, which belongs to semi linkage, also known as semi clutch, which will seriously shorten the service life of the release bearing, shorten the service life of the brake pad, and shorten the service life of the clutch.
The starting accelerator is too large. For manual gear, some people like to step on the accelerator sharply when starting (one end of the clutch is connected to the engine, and the other end is connected to the gearbox and wheels). If the accelerator is too large, the engine speed will come up at once. When the clutch is just combined, the speed difference between the two ends is very large. One engine has turned very fast, and the speed is slowly connected there. Screwing the clutch in this way will cause additional consumption. Either the clutch slips or the tire slips, which is bad for the car. Driving like this for a long time will cause problems. The gear is high and the speed is low. The resistance torque from the ground and gearbox will be particularly large.
The higher the gear, the greater the resistance torque. The resistance torque is inversely proportional to the transmission of the gearbox. The higher the gear of the gearbox, the smaller the transmission ratio, the greater the resistance torque. The greater the load borne by the clutch connected to the engine gearbox, which will accelerate the wear of the clutch plate.