Symptoms of a Bad A/C Compressor and Other FAQ

As a key component of excavators, loaders, dozers, tractors, and generators, air conditioning systems, the a/c compressor is responsible for compressing and circulating the refrigerant gas in the system. Usually, it is driven by a belt connected to the crankshaft of the engine and is indirectly connected to the engine.

By |2023-12-25T03:28:14+00:00July 11th, 2023|Categories: FridayParts, Heavy equipment, Mechanic posts|Tags: |0 Comments

John Deere 60 Tractor Info & Part Numbers Lookup

The John Deere 60 is a 2WD row-crop tractor that was manufactured by John Deere in Waterloo, Iowa, USA from 1952 to 1956. It is equipped with a 5.3 L (321.0 cu·in) two-cylinder engine and a unsynchronized gear with dry disc clutch transmission with 6 forward and 1 reverse gears. The John Deere 60 row-crop tractor used the John Deere engine. It is a 5.3 L, 5,260 cm2, (321.0 cu·in) two-cylinder natural aspirated engine with 140.0 mm (5.51 in) of the cylinder bore and 171.0 mm (6.73 in) of the piston stroke.

By |2023-07-07T08:12:04+00:00July 7th, 2023|Categories: Heavy equipment, Mechanic posts|Tags: , |0 Comments

Cooling System Parts Explained:A/C Evaporator

The A/C (air conditioning) evaporator is composed of two specific parts, the core and the coil, and is one of the important parts of the air-conditioning system of construction machinery. Its main function is to cool and dehumidify the air entering the compartment. By removing heat and moisture from the air, it regulates the temperature and humidity in the cabin, providing a comfortable working environment inside the cabin.

By |2023-07-04T08:44:16+00:00July 4th, 2023|Categories: FridayParts, Mechanic posts|Tags: |0 Comments

Cooling System Parts Explained:A/C Expansion Valve

High-performance a/c expansion valves can control the flow and pressure of the refrigerant, thereby adjusting the cooling effect of the air conditioning system. And it can avoid evaporator coil freezing and other failures of the air conditioning system, ensure the normal operation of the air conditioning system and improve the comfort and safety of construction machinery.

By |2023-07-04T08:46:31+00:00June 30th, 2023|Categories: FridayParts, Mechanic posts|Tags: |0 Comments

Bobcat 763 Skid Steer Loader Info & Part Numbers Lookup

The Bobcat 763 Skid Steer Loader is a 46 HP machine that can weigh in at over 2.5 tons and is powered by a 4 cylinder Kubota Diesel engine. It has a 54 inch bucket that has a 9.6 cf capacity. It was manufactured until 2002. The Bobcat 763 offers full-size performance in a compact package and is easy to drive and comfortable to operate. With up to 46 HP, the Bobcat 763 has the power and performance you need on high-demand jobs. The Bobcat 763 specs a choice of bucket sizes available on an easily adjustable quick coupler.

By |2023-07-04T09:08:31+00:00June 30th, 2023|Categories: Heavy equipment, Mechanic posts|Tags: |0 Comments

Hydraulic Oil Coolers For Construction And Agriculture Machine

An oil cooler is a crucial component in construction machinery, used to cool various mechanical parts, including the engine and transmission system, using oil. Hydraulic oil coolers and water radiators are available for a range of construction equipment, including diggers, dumpers, excavators, telescopic handler forklifts, and backhoe loaders. The choice of oil cooler can directly impact the cooling efficiency of the main engine cooling system, noise levels, fuel economy, and engine power consumption.

By |2023-12-25T03:07:21+00:00June 27th, 2023|Categories: FridayParts, Heavy equipment, Mechanic posts|Tags: |0 Comments

All About Radiators: From Function to Maintenance

A radiator for heavy equipment is a type of heat exchanger that transfers thermal energy from one medium to another for the purpose of cooling and heating. It is used in heavy equipment such as construction machinery, mining equipment, and agricultural machinery to keep their engines cool and running smoothly.

By |2023-05-31T06:35:01+00:00May 31st, 2023|Categories: Heavy equipment, Mechanic posts|Tags: |0 Comments
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