A Hale ZMM-363 Spring is a small, metal spring that is used in Hale fire pumps. It is located in the gland lock pin assembly, which is a component that helps to keep the pump shaft in place. The spring is responsible for applying pressure to the gland lock pin, which keeps it tight in the pump shaft.
The Hale ZMM-363 Spring is a critical component of Hale fire pumps, and it is important to inspect it regularly for signs of wear or damage. If the spring is found to be damaged, it should be replaced immediately to avoid any problems with the pump.
Here are some of the functions of the Hale ZMM-363 Spring:
- It applies pressure to the gland lock pin, which keeps it tight in the pump shaft.
- It helps to prevent the pump shaft from leaking.
- It helps to keep the pump shaft aligned.
- It helps to absorb vibration and noise from the pump shaft.