Cleaning And Storage Of Manual Fertilizer Seeder


  Proper cleaning and storage help extend the life of t […]

  Proper cleaning and storage help extend the life of the machine and ensure more precise and accurate spreading.

  The basic steps to clean a manual fertilizer seeder include:

  Empty the hopper on the spreader for any remaining product.

  Use high-pressure air with an approved air nozzle to remove all particles and fertilizer residues from the hopper and spreader assembly.

  Wash the spreader thoroughly and allow time to dry. (Ensure that the area where the electrical components and wiring (if equipped) are installed on the spreader is not exposed to water.)

  Lubricate the spreader according to the manufacturer's instructions.

  Store the spreader in a clean, dry place, away from direct sunlight.


  Every season, before using the spreader to go to the field, check to ensure that the operation is safe and the machinery is in good condition. As part of the inspection, confirm that all safety guards and components are installed in place and in good condition. (This also includes guards for the PTO drive system, if any.)

  Check the tightness and good working conditions of all fasteners and load-bearing parts. Finally, confirm whether the spreading disc and other related parts and fasteners are fastened.

  Note: Any worn or damaged spreading components may cause inaccurate application and uneven spreading patterns. These components should be replaced as needed. If the spreader is equipped with lighting equipment, please make sure it is in normal working condition.

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