Good maintenance will extend the service life of the equipment, and the powder packaging machine
is no exception. The key to its maintenance lies in: cleaning, tightening, adjustment, lubrication, and corrosion protection. In the daily production process, the machine and equipment maintenance staff should do it, according to the maintenance manual and maintenance procedures of the machine packaging equipment, strictly perform various maintenance tasks within the specified period, reduce the wear speed of parts, eliminate hidden dangers of failure, and extend The service life of the machine. Maintenance is divided into: routine maintenance, regular maintenance (divided into: primary maintenance, secondary maintenance, tertiary maintenance), special maintenance (divided into seasonal maintenance, stop maintenance). 1. Routine maintenance focuses on cleaning, lubrication, inspection and tightening. 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 content is lubrication, tightening and inspection of all relevant parts and their cleaning. The secondary maintenance work focuses on inspection and adjustment, and specifically checks the engine, clutch, transmission, transmission components, steering and brake components. The three-level maintenance focuses on detecting, adjusting, eliminating hidden troubles and balancing the wear of each component. It is necessary to perform diagnostic testing and state inspection on the parts that affect the performance of the equipment and the parts with fault signs, and then complete the necessary replacement, adjustment and Troubleshooting and other work. 2. Seasonal maintenance means that packaging equipment should focus on the inspection and repair of components such as the fuel system, hydraulic system, cooling system, and start-up system before summer and winter each year. 3. Out of service maintenance refers to the cleaning, facelifting, supporting and anti-corrosion work when packaging equipment needs to be out of service for a period of time due to seasonal factors (such as winter holidays).