Daily maintenance methods and steps for packaging machinery and equipment
The maintenance work of machinery includes routine maintenance, regular maintenance, and special maintenance. Regular maintenance can be divided into three categories: first level maintenance, second level maintenance, and third level maintenance. Special maintenance can be divided into two types: seasonal maintenance and discontinued maintenance. The following article will introduce the specific procedures and precautions for these types of maintenance work.
The routine maintenance of packaging machinery focuses on cleaning, lubrication, inspection, and fastening. Routine maintenance should be carried out as required during and after machine operation.
The first level maintenance work is carried out on the basis of routine maintenance, with a focus on lubrication, tightening, and inspection of all relevant parts and their cleaning work.
The second level maintenance work focuses on inspection and adjustment. Specifically, check the engine, clutch, transmission, transmission components, steering, and braking components.
The focus of Level 3 maintenance is to detect, adjust, eliminate potential faults, and balance the wear level of each component. Diagnostic testing and status checks should be conducted on parts that affect the performance of the equipment and those with signs of failure, in order to complete necessary replacement, adjustment, and troubleshooting work.
Seasonal maintenance refers to the inspection and repair of components such as the power system (engine), conveying system (spiral shaft and belt conveying), air compression system (inspection of lubrication and sealing of air compressor), and control system (maintenance of Youte electromechanical control cabinet, which needs to be completed under the guidance of Youte after-sales engineers) for packaging equipment before the start of summer and winter each year.
Stopping maintenance refers to cleaning, cosmetic surgery, matching, moisture-proof, and anti-corrosion measures taken when packaging equipment needs to be stopped for a period of time due to seasonal factors (such as winter vacation).
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