What Should I Do If The Vegetable Planter Gets Damp?

  •    1. Check the shell of the Corn Sheller, wherever it is immersed in water, there will usually be mud marks or discoloration, and then carry out targeted maintenance according to the degree of moisture.

       2. Scrub or rinse the mud left on the surface with clean water. Clean up weeds, broken branches, plastics hanging on reels, distributors, distributors, conveying troughs, header crank and rocker mechanism, clamping fingers, clamping chains, vibrating screens, grain harvesting ports, transmission belts, pulleys Bags and other debris, clean up dirt, stones and other debris on the roller, guide wheels, crawlers, and header conveyor screws.

       2. Turn over the lid of the transport tank to clean up the remaining impurities in the transport tank; remove the transport chain, clean it with diesel, dry it, soak it in oil and reassemble it. If the scraper is damaged, the scraper should be replaced.

      3. Rinse and clean the sediment on the vegetable transplanter with clean water, especially the gap between the moving blade and the fixed blade, and the gap between the blade and the guard blade. Care should be taken to avoid blade damage caused by mixing of hard sand.

    1. Open or remove the rear cover and side cover of the harvester, check and clean up the soil and residual weeds in the conveying screw, sweeping fan, vibrating screen and its crank and rocker structure, and check the vibrating screen, concave screen, and fish scale screen. Check whether the sieve holes are blocked and sort them out. If the surface of the sieve is deformed by the impact of a hard object, it should be inspected or replaced. As for the damaged screen, it can be repaired when the damaged area is small, and can be replaced when the damage is severe.

       5. Check whether the parts of the Vegetable Planter are deformed, damaged or separated from the blade cylinder. When the blade is partially deformed, it can be struck to restore its original shape. When striking, use a half-round-head wooden hammer to pad the back of the deformed part, and then use another wooden hammer to strike from the front until the blade returns to its original shape. Some damaged blades can be repaired by welding on the panel, and the panel should maintain the original blade shape. The blades should be welded from the beginning.

       Hope the above sharing can be helpful to everyone!