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Failure of accumulator

An accumulator is a device used to store energy and release it when needed, commonly found in various mechanical, electronic, and engineering systems. The failure of the accumulator may lead to a decrease in system performance or complete cessation of operation. The following are some common reasons that may cause accumulator failure:

Sealing issue: The sealing components of the accumulator, such as O-ring or sealing ring, may be damaged or aged, leading to liquid or gas leakage, thereby reducing the efficiency of the accumulator or completely failing.

Material aging: The material of the accumulator may age over time, especially when affected by high pressure or high temperature environments. This may lead to a decrease in material strength or deformation, thereby affecting the performance of the accumulator.

Over pressure or over temperature: Prolonged over pressure or over temperature may cause damage or deformation of internal components of the accumulator, leading to accumulator failure.

Vibration and shock: Continuous vibration or sudden shock may cause internal components of the accumulator to loosen or damage, leading to its failure.

Frequent charging and discharging: Frequent charging and discharging cycles of an accumulator may accelerate its aging process, leading to failure.

External pollution: If the accumulator is exposed to harmful chemicals or corrosive environments, it may cause component damage and failure.

The failure of the accumulator may have a serious impact on the safety, reliability, and performance of the system. Therefore, regular inspection, maintenance, and replacement are key to ensuring the normal operation of the system.



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