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The Use And Adjustment Of Corn Sheller

Update:27-01-2021
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  One is that the corn sheller manufacturer should feed […]

  One is that the corn sheller manufacturer should feed the quantity appropriately. Such as intermittent feeding, will affect the production efficiency, too much feeding will cause overload operation, and even cause motor burnout and equipment damage.

  The second is to regulate the adjustment of the roller. Generally speaking, the drum speed is high, the removal rate is high, the crushing rate is high, the speed is low, the removal rate is low, and the crushing rate is low; the drum gap is large, the removal rate is low, the crushing rate is small, the gap is small, and the removal rate is high. The broken rate is high. However, in the specific drum speed and gap adjustment, the dry and wet conditions of corn must be judged, and the speed and gap should be adjusted according to the corn moisture content.

  The third is not continuous operation. Generally work for about 8 hours to stop the machine for inspection, adjustment, and lubrication to prevent serious friction causing wear, heat, or deformation. Fourth, stop decisively when there is a failure.

  It is strictly forbidden to pick up the belt or touch any object to the transmission part while the machine is running. The transmission ratio between the supporting power and the thresher must meet the requirements. If the thresher breaks down during the operation, the thresher should be stopped decisively before maintenance and adjustment.

  With the increasing development of agricultural mechanization, corn harvesting mechanization has been realized in many places in my country. Corn sheller, as a modern household agricultural machine, frees farmers' hands from threshing work, but because they are not familiar with the maintenance of corn machines, the efficiency of the machine becomes low, which also causes farmers to create some new problems. It has important practical significance to master the correct use and maintenance of the corn sheller.

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