What should I pay attention to when using organic fertilizer equipment?

Organic fertilizer can effectively enhance the ability of land to resist drought and drought, and can significantly improve the quality of crop products. Therefore, it is becoming more and more popular. The emergence of organic fertilizer production equipment has solved the problem of a large demand in the market.

In the process of using organic fertilizer equipment, it is necessary to maintain and maintain the organic fertilizer equipment to achieve the best use effect and prolong the service life of the equipment. So what problems should you pay attention to when using organic fertilizer equipment?

What should I pay attention to when using organic fertilizer equipment?


Rubber or plastic parts are prone to aging, and oxygen in the air and ultraviolet light in the sun make the rubber parts become less elastic and more easily broken. So protect the rubber parts. Apply hot paraffin oil to the surface of the rubber parts, place them on a shelf, cover them with paper, keep them ventilated and dry, and do not expose them to strong sunlight.

2. Prevent deformation

Mechanical parts of springs, long belts, tool bars, tires, etc., may be plastically deformed if subjected to long-term compression or improper. Therefore, it is necessary to properly support the frame so that the tire does not bear the load. All compression or opening spring pressure must be relaxed on the machine. Remove the belt properly and put it indoors. Parts that are more easily deformed, such as long tool bars to be laid flat or vertically. Tires, grains and other components should be prevented from squeezing and deforming.

3. Reduce damage to parts

In the process of using various equipments for organic fertilizer production lines, it is necessary to reduce damage to components. When not in use, the equipment should be disassembled, and the disassembled parts should be classified to avoid losing small parts and affect the normal use of the equipment. Adhere to strict damage prevention measures and lock storage of important parts.