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Reasons for abnormal heat dissipation of laboratory centrifuges
It is normal for a laboratory centrifuge to generate heat when it is running. When the machine is running, it needs to consume electrical energy. The electrical energy is converted into the mechanical energy of the centrifuge rotor to work. Part of the energy is converted into heat and radiated, making the centrifuge components heat up. However, if the centrifuge components are overheated, it means that too much electrical energy is converted into heat and is lost. This requires attention.
1. The power of the laboratory centrifuge is too high, and the actual power required is constant, and the excess part is lost and converted into electrical energy.
2. Problems with laboratory centrifuge settings or starting device, low energy conversion rate when the centrifuge starts. If the centrifuge is set too fast or there is a problem with the starting device, the centrifuge power can be too large, but the energy conversion rate is low and the energy conversion rate is low. Overheating of centrifuge components will greatly shorten the service life of centrifuge components, so the cause of the centrifuge failure should be found and dealt with in time. Or contact the centrifuge manufacturer for technical support for centrifuge troubleshooting.
3. The laboratory centrifuge is overloaded, which makes the current become larger, the rated power is greater than the actual power, and the excess is converted to heat dissipation, which makes the centrifuge components overheat.