What should I pay attention to when using powder packing machine?
The unevenness of the power of the powder packing machine is closely related to the daily operating habits of the operators. For the equipment, good operating habits can effectively increase the power and prolong its service life. Poor operating habits will increase the failure rate of the equipment and may affect its service life. So what should I pay attention to when using powder packing machine?
1. Do a good job of maintenance:
Before using the powder packing machine, check the screws at all parts of the machine to ensure that there is no looseness. Otherwise, it will affect the normal operation of the whole machine, and its electrical parts must be waterproof, moisture-proof, anti-corrosion and rat-proof safety work, and ensure that the electrical control box and the wiring terminals are kept clean to avoid electrical failures. Happening. When the machine is stopped, the two heat sealers should be in the open position to avoid scalding the packaging materials.
2. Good lubrication:
It is necessary to regularly inject oil into the gear meshes of the powder packing machine, the oil holes of the seated bearings and the various moving parts for lubrication, once every shift, and the most important thing is to remember that the deceleration must not be in an oil-free state working. When you add lubricating oil, you need to pay attention that the oil tank cannot be placed on top of the rolling belt, so as to avoid slipping and loss of rotation or premature aging of the belt and damage.
3, do a good job of cleaning:
When the powder packing machine is shut down, it immediately cleans the metering part, and often cleans the heat-sealing body, because this will ensure the clarity of the sealing texture of the packaged product. The scattered materials should also be cleaned up in time, which is conducive to the cleanliness of the machine parts and may extend the service life of the machine. The dust in the electric control box should also be cleaned frequently to avoid electrical situations such as short circuit or poor contact.