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"Four don't" in organic fertilizer production line

When the complete equipment of organic fertilizer production line works, we not only need to master the correct operation steps, but also need to do "four don't". So what does the "four don't's" include? Let's get to know it together with God given heavy work.

1. Do not wear

The wearing parts of the organic fertilizer machine include: hammer head, lining plate and grate bar. As long as one of them is worn, it will not only cause the poor grinding effect of the organic fertilizer machine, large discharge particle size, and reduced output, but also cause serious damage to the organic fertilizer crusher.

2. Don't run out of oil

Lubricating oil plays a very important role in the production line of organic fertilizer. Once oil shortage occurs, it will not only affect the overall performance of the organic fertilizer machine, but also accelerate the wear of various parts, thus reducing the service life of the complete set of organic fertilizer machine.

3. Don't overwork

In the process of conveying materials, the first thing we need to ensure is a uniform speed, to avoid fast and slow feeding speed, and more and less feeding weight. In this way, it is easy to make the organic fertilizer machine work under overload condition. If it goes on for a long time, it will cause equipment wear and even burn down the motor, which will cause irreversible damage to the whole set of organic fertilizer equipment.

4. Don't "work with illness"

In case of any abnormal condition of the organic fertilizer machine, we need to shut down the machine in time for inspection, find out the root cause, and then start the machine for use. Do not cause "serious disease" for a long time because of a small problem, which will eventually lead to serious damage to the complete set of organic fertilizer equipment.
The above work can be used as the key screening object in our daily inspection, early detection and early solution can effectively reduce the damage rate of the equipment in the organic fertilizer production line.