Could anyone identify this maintenance part?
I would like to research maintenance parts to eventually get in the industry.
The shape is odd and the picture doesn't do it justice but it kinda looks like a high voltage bushing insulator but a small one. I see these on pole transformers but bigger and longer. I can't confirm this so any input would be great.
To be more specific, this is used or must know by a building maintenance technician.
- Mr. InterestingLv 72 months ago
What you have there is a small motor pulley. It goes onto the shaft of an electric motor to drive a V-belt. Typically used on washing machines, large air handlers and the like.
- SnezzyLv 72 months ago
Looks to me like some of the lesser-quality insulators for electric fence. If so, then there's no way that it has anything to do with maintenance of anything except fences. Quite common on some livestock farms.
- DroopyLv 52 months ago
To me it looks like a adjustable pulley that goes on a motor to drive a belt. Course the pic isn't the best.
- STEVEN FLv 72 months ago
There is NO SUCH THING as 'maintenance parts'. The parts used in maintenance depends on what you are maintaining.
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- Anonymous2 months ago
If it is Rubber, it could be a Seal, Bushing, Grease retainer,
My guess is for a motorcycle suspension.
If it is hard: porcelain, plastic, rubber, or glass, I agree, it might be an insulator.
You need to take up Engineering.
Maintenance is anybody fixing or repairing, "maintaining" the item or facility.
It can be as simple as cleaning the floors, or as complicated as keeping Elevators working.
General nomenclature is not going to be much help without a specific discipline.
- Sir CausticLv 62 months ago
Ah yes......... that's the "White square with little holes punched through it", part number WS73822. It's used mainly for attaching small, black UFO-looking buttons to. Hope this helped.