Preliminary Preparation For Enabling Corn Sheller


  After corn sheller work is completed, it is necessary […]

  After corn sheller work is completed, it is necessary to remove dust and other debris attached to the machine in time, tighten the loose screws, remove the transmission belt, and remove the conveyor belt and chain belt. The oil on the transmission belt should be washed with soapy water and hung on the wall separately after drying to prevent corrosion and aging. The removed chain should be washed with flower oil, soaked in engine oil, and stored separately. The bearings and the butter inlet yoke of all parts are washed with fire oil and then filled with butter from the beginning. Motor oil should be applied to the surface of electric resistance and all kinds of screws to avoid rust.

  Always pay attention to whether the speed, mechanics, and temperature of the machine are normal. For various types or at the end of the workday, whether the bearings are overheated, whether the fastening screws and base pins are loose, and if the corn sheller is found to be abnormal, it needs to be cleaned in time. When powered by a diesel engine, the exhaust pipe and lifebuoy should be cleaned every day to prevent serious charcoal from affecting the exhaust and killing effect. When using a motor as a power source, cover the motor with grain and straw in the hot noon to prevent the motor from basking in the sun. It is necessary to observe the time, check whether the tension of each transmission belt and the vacancy of each cooperation part is suitable, and adjust it in time. When working in the dry season, always clean up the dust, debris, rollers, skateboards, and other debris that cover the machine cover and the sticky mud to prevent the parts from rusting after the accumulation of water. After each work, the machine must be stored conditionally in the warehouse or warehouse. When storing it outdoors, cover it with a tarp or plastic to prevent the machine from getting damp or raining.

  After the threshing season, the corn sheller must be sealed immediately. When sealing, do the following: dust and dust on the mechanical ticket; clean up the stems, angle of attack, and other debris. Apply anti-rust oil to the appearance of unpainted metal parts such as electric pulleys and corn sheller rollers. Replace the local paint of the patent leather on the racks, covers, etc. Remove accessories such as motors and transmission belts, and keep them with other accessories. Put the machine in a monotonous warehouse or warehouse, and conditionally, cover it with pillowcases and cover it with a tarp to prevent moisture, exposure, and rain. Before use next year, the corn sheller must be cleaned and repaired, all bearing covers must be opened, oil and debris removed, lubricating oil will be added from the beginning, and deformed and worn parts must be replaced. When using replacement drum sticks, they must be grouped by weight, and the equipment must be placed according to the weight and balance pad to keep the drum balanced. When replacing a single stripe, it is necessary not only to balance it well but also to adjust the thickness of the gasket appropriately to make the roller work in a small radial runout. After the parts are replaced and repaired, the connecting bolts must be tightened according to the request. If the vacuum cleaner of the corn sheller, the damaged area, or parts of the maintenance process are found to be deformed, it cannot be repaired at that time, and the threshing operation must be repaired before use next year prevent seizure safety accidents. (William Shakespeare, threshing, threshing, threshing, threshing, threshing, threshing, threshing, threshing, threshing, and threshing) When the corn sheller is stored, the four legs should be cushioned and dust-proof with a plastic cloth. The storage room should be ventilated and monotonous, and be careful of roof leaks or floor leaks, corrosion of the body, and shorten the lifespan.

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