Packing Machinery Maintenance Knowledge

- Oct 14, 2019-


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Several key points in the maintenance of packaging machinery are cleaning, tightening, adjusting, lubricating and anti-corrosion. In the normal production process, each machine maintenance personnel should do, according to the machine packaging equipment maintenance manual and maintenance rules, strictly implement the maintenance work within the prescribed period, reduce the wear rate of parts, eliminate the hidden trouble of failure, and prolong the service life of the machine.

Maintenance is divided into routine maintenance, regular maintenance (points: first-class maintenance, second-class maintenance, third-class maintenance), special maintenance (points: for seasonal maintenance, suspension maintenance).

Routine maintenance centers on cleaning, lubrication, inspection and tightening. Routine maintenance should be carried out in accordance with requirements in machine work and after work.

The primary maintenance work is carried out on the basis of routine maintenance. The main work is lubrication, tightening and inspection of the relevant parts and their cleaning work.

Secondary maintenance work focuses on inspection and adjustment. Specifically check the engine, clutch, transmission, transmission components, steering and braking components.

The three-level maintenance focuses on detecting, adjusting, eliminating hidden trouble and balancing the wear degree of each component. It is necessary to diagnose and state check the parts that affect the performance of the equipment and the signs of failure, and then complete the necessary replacement, adjustment and troubleshooting.

Seasonal maintenance refers to the inspection and repair of components such as fuel system, hydraulic system, cooling system and starter system before summer and winter.

Out-of-use maintenance refers to the cleaning, cosmetic, matching and anti-corrosion of packaging equipment when it needs to be shut down for a period of time due to seasonal factors (such as winter break).