Improving the Efficiency of Concrete Mixer

By dwkelly ~ July 13th, 2016 @ 7:44 am

Improving the Efficiency of Concrete Mixer

In fact, whether the customer or concrete mixer equipment manufacturer, speaking from another angle, everyone hope to buy their own concrete mixer equipment in the future use of the can to maximize its efficiency, how to make to maximize the efficiency of the concrete mixer equipment? When delivering compulsory concrete mixer, manufacturers will enclose instruction book of the machine, in which maintenance, refuel time, and cleaning time will be marked clearly. Here, maintenance of concrete mixer will be reviewed. In the maintenance manual of compulsory concrete mixer, detailed information can be read, and key points shown as follows should be valued badly.

Henan Daswell Machinery Co., Ltd,is a professional manufacturer and trader specializing in the research, development and production of construction machinery for nearly 30 years. Our main products are as follows:Cement Screw Conveyors,concrete batching plants,concrete mixer,blocking making machine,concrete pump,etc.1. Whether shaft-end seal space SICOMA concrete mixer, exits and entrances of distributor, and sealing pipeline of compulsory concrete mixer are unblocked should be checked per shift. Every lubricating point and reduction box should be guaranteed that there is sufficient lubricating oil or lubricating grease.

2. The operator needs to check whether there is grease left within electric lubricant pump of compulsory concrete mixer. Since running without oil is prohibited, it should be refueled when grease is almost used up.

3. Every time when shifting duty, materials attached to interior and exterior of mixing drum or discharging door should be cleaned by water. And materials that cannot be washed out should be chiseled away regularly.

4. To avoid accidents caused by drop of mixing blades, they should be re-fixed per week.

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