10 Things To Check Daily on your Coil Tubing Injector to Avoid Costly Repairs & Downtime

by coilsolutionsSeptember 3, 2015Posted in: Coil Tubing Injectors

10 Things to Check Daily on your Coil Tubing Injector to Avoid Costly Repairs & Downtime

  • Pan & Surrounding Area

    • Inspect pan for foreign debris including but not limited to: r-clips, steel shavings, cotter pins & gripper block bolts
  • Oil Levels

    • Check gearbox lubricant levels, should be ¾ of the way up site glass
  • Lubrication

    • Check to ensure lubrication system is operational
  • Gripper Blocks

    • Inspect and clean gripper blocks
  • Drive Chain

    • Look for damaged or missing r-clip
    • Inspect master links, which are the marker links; they should be vertical and in the same orientation on both pins
  • Hoses

    • Check all hoses & fittings for leaks, damage or wear
  • Filter Indicators (Not in Bypass)

    • Check filter indicators
    • Check frame and base for damage
  • Grease

    • Grease idler sprocket bearings
  • Chain Tension Cylinders

    • Ensure they are functioning proper with even pressure on all side
    • Check for missing bolts or pins
    • Grease around idler bearing
    • Inspect that bearings appear to be intact
    • Inspect that spacers are still in tact
  • Arch Alignment

    • Visual inspection of arch alignment
    • No marks on TBG
    • TBG touches rollers

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10 Things To Check Daily on your Coil Tubing Injector to Avoid Costly Repairs & Downtime

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