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INGCO PDB22001-SP-7, Demolition Breaker- Carbon Brush Holder
INGCO PDB22001-SP-7, Demolition Breaker- Carbon Brush Holder

INGCO PDB22001-SP-7, Demolition Breaker- Carbon Brush Holder

INGCO PDB22001-SP-7, Demolition Breaker- Carbon Brush Holder

INGCO PDB22001-SP-7, Demolition Breaker- Carbon Brush Holder

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Components:

A typical demolition hammer carbon brush holder consists of the following:

  • Body: This is the main housing of the holder, typically made from a durable insulating material like plastic or heat-resistant nylon. It securely holds the carbon brushes and ensures proper positioning against the commutator.
  • Spring Contacts: These springs apply constant pressure on the carbon brushes, maintaining good electrical contact with the commutator even as the brushes wear down over time.
  • Terminals: The holder might have terminals or connectors that allow for easy connection of the wires supplying electricity to the brushes.
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Description

INGCO PDB22001-SP-7, Demolition Breaker- Carbon Brush Holder(PDB22001-SP-7)

product details:

In a demolition hammer, also known as a breaker, the carbon brush holder plays a vital role in transmitting electricity to the motor. Here’s a detailed breakdown of its function, components, and why it’s important:

Function:

The carbon brush holder, as the name suggests, holds the carbon brushes in place. These brushes are spring-loaded and make contact with the rotating commutator (a cylindrical component with segmented copper contacts) on the motor’s rotor (spinning part). This contact allows the flow of electricity from the brushes to the commutator, which ultimately powers the motor and enables the hammering action.

Components:

A typical demolition hammer carbon brush holder consists of the following:

  • Body: This is the main housing of the holder, typically made from a durable insulating material like plastic or heat-resistant nylon. It securely holds the carbon brushes and ensures proper positioning against the commutator.
  • Spring Contacts: These springs apply constant pressure on the carbon brushes, maintaining good electrical contact with the commutator even as the brushes wear down over time.
  • Terminals: The holder might have terminals or connectors that allow for easy connection of the wires supplying electricity to the brushes.

Importance:

Healthy carbon brushes and a properly functioning carbon brush holder are crucial for a demolition hammer’s operation for several reasons:

  • Efficient Current Transfer: Good contact between the brushes and the commutator ensures smooth flow of electricity to the motor, allowing it to operate at full power and deliver the necessary hammering force.
  • Reduced Arcing and Spark Erosion: Proper brush pressure and a clean contact surface minimize electrical arcing and sparking between the brushes and the commutator. Excessive arcing can cause faster wear of the brushes and damage the commutator over time.
  • Maintaining Motor Performance: Worn-out or malfunctioning carbon brush holders can lead to reduced motor power, erratic operation, or even complete motor failure.

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