Simple Steps To Replace Your Hydraulic Hose

Oil leak is a very common problem from the hoses and when this happens, it could call for a hose replacement. The good thing about hydraulic hoses is that you can easily replace them, saving money you would have otherwise used in hiring an expert to help you with the replacement. A few steps can help you manage the replacement process with ease.
Step 1 – Identify the problematic hose. The leak usually indicates a burst considering that the hoses handle high pressures. The wet trail can lead you right to the source of your problem. You can use a leak detection additive paper or cardboard to help you locate the leak more safely instead of using your hands.
Step 2 – Assess the components for removal. To replace a damaged hose you would have to remove some components and to avoid confusion when reassembling it is best that you label the parts as you remove them. Among them will be clamps, guards, cylinders and housings among others.
Step 3 – Determine hydraulic component load. Components served by the hose could blow out if they are under pressure when disconnecting. It is therefore important to relieve the pressure from components or cylinders before you continue. Any attachments supported by the cylinder operated by the hose should also be chained or lowered to the ground so it doesn’t crash falling under pressure.
Step 4 – Remove the attachments and clamps. You will need the right tools for this, such as a wrench. Apart from the hydraulic cylinder, the fittings attaching the hose to the system also need to be loosened and should be turned at the threaded connection without twisting other parts.
Step 5 – Pull off the hose and clean it. Beware of spillage when removing the hose and consider plugging fittings on a machine to keep debris off the system; you can tie a clean rag around the fitting for protection. You can then wipe the excess oil on the hose before taking it to your supplies store for a new order. You should also make sure you clean your fittings before you reinstall the new hose.
Step 6 – Plug the new hose ends. Special cap or a clean rag can be used to keep debris and dirt from getting into the hose when putting it back. The temporary plugs can be removed immediately fittings are installed.
Step 7 – Thread fittings back and replace other components. A torque can be helpful in snugly connecting the fittings, but make sure you don’t end up stripping threads or damaging the seals. Having labeled the removed components, it should be easy for you to replace them in their right locations. Ensure that even the snap or split rings are reinstalled.

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