How To Routinely Repair Packaging Machinery

- Aug 15, 2018 -

Several key points for the maintenance of packaging machinery: cleaning, fastening, adjustment, lubrication, anti-corrosion. In the ordinary production process, each machine maintainer should do it. According to the maintenance manual and maintenance procedures of the machine packaging equipment, strictly carry out various maintenance work according to the specified period, reduce the wear speed of the parts, eliminate the hidden troubles of the fault, and prolong The life of the machine.

Maintenance is divided into: routine maintenance, regular maintenance (minute: primary maintenance, secondary maintenance, tertiary maintenance), special maintenance (point: for seasonal maintenance, disable maintenance).

First, routine maintenance

With cleaning, lubrication, inspection and fastening as the center, routine maintenance should be carried out as required during and after the work of the machine.

The first-level maintenance work is carried out on the basis of routine maintenance. The key work is to lubricate, tighten and inspect all relevant parts and their cleaning work.

The secondary maintenance work focuses on inspection and adjustment, specifically checking the engine, clutch, transmission, transmission components, steering and brake components.

The third-level maintenance focus is to detect, adjust, eliminate the hidden troubles and balance the wear level of each component. It is necessary to carry out diagnostic tests and state inspections on the parts that affect the performance of the equipment and the parts with fault signs, and then complete the necessary replacement and adjustment. Troubleshoot and other work.

Second, seasonal maintenance

It means that the packaging equipment should focus on the detection and repair of components such as the combustion system, hydraulic system, cooling system and starting system before entering the summer and winter.

Third, stop maintenance

It means that the packaging equipment should be cleaned, plasticized, matched, and preserved when it needs to be deactivated for a period of time due to seasonal factors (such as winter vacation).