The Vegetable Planter Parts Should Be Protected

  • Precautions when repairing Corn Sheller:


    1. Because the diameter of the threshing drum is relatively large, the rotation speed is high, the rotational inertia is large, and the quality of repair is high. Therefore, except for the damage of the frame, casing and feeding table and other non-key components, welding repairs can be adopted. All need to be repaired with replacement parts.


    1. When replacing the pattern bars, they should be replaced in a complete set. Do not replace only a few or mix the new and old pattern bars; the new and old nail teeth and rod teeth shall not be mixed together to avoid serious imbalance of the drum and increased vibration. And the phenomenon of unclean threshing and large fragmentation caused by the inconsistency of the clearance between the import and export.


    1. When the wear of the hexagonal end of the bolt is more than 1/3 of the original, and the thickness of the head is less than 6mm, even if it is not broken, it should be replaced with a new one. The threaded bolts must be bolts with a "T" mark on the head. They must not be replaced by cutting, machining or other ordinary bolts, so as to avoid "explosion" due to insufficient strength. The threaded rod bolts and spike nuts should be tightened according to the specified torque. In order to prevent the threaded rod bolts and rack nut from loosening, each bolt should be equipped with an arc crimping stop washer or a safety disc for locking.


    1. After the threshing parts such as the grain rods, spokes, spikes, and rod teeth of the Vegetable Planter are broken or damaged, it is strictly forbidden to use them by welding. New parts should be replaced to ensure safe operation. When installing the grain rods and spokes, the grain rods and spokes of the same quality should be installed in symmetrical positions; the quality difference of a single grain rod and spoke should not be more than 25 grams; the spiral teeth on two adjacent grain rods should be rotated Stagger each other, that is, one is left-handed, and the adjacent one is right-handed; the small head (inclined surface) should be facing the feeding direction to strengthen the kneading effect on the grain.