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Lock Torque Test

Lock Torque Test

Lock Torque Test

We check out various hydraulic motors; one of the tests are lock rotor. What does the lock rotor accomplish and demonstrate?

RE: Lock Torque Test

That the motor won't break under a stalled condition. That the motor has no "dead spots", i.e. areas where the start/stalled torque is lower than spec.

RE: Lock Torque Test

boo1, what do you look for in the locked rotor test?
Stall leakage?
Torque vs. Pressure?
Gear, assuming gear motor, bind requiring more motor break-in?


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