How to maintain the packaging equipment

Release time: 2019-01-07

After many things are produced, they need to be packaged with packaging equipment, so many manufacturers have production lines of packaging equipment. So, how to maintain the packaging equipment?
The maintenance of packaging equipment can be divided into the following categories: routine maintenance, regular maintenance and special maintenance. Among them, regular maintenance can be divided into three categories: primary maintenance, secondary maintenance and tertiary maintenance. Special maintenance can be divided into seasonal maintenance and downtime maintenance. The following is a detailed introduction:
Routine maintenance: Routine maintenance of packaging equipment mainly focuses on cleaning, lubrication, inspection and tightening. Routine maintenance inspections are required as required before and after the machine is in operation.
Special maintenance: 1. Out-of-service maintenance refers to the cleaning, face-lifting, matching, moisture-proof, anti-corrosion and other work of packaging machinery and equipment that needs to be deactivated for a period of time due to seasonal factors. 2. Seasonal maintenance refers to the maintenance of the power system, conveying system, air pressure system, control system and other components of packaging machinery and equipment before summer and winter.
        Regular maintenance:
The first-level maintenance work is carried out on the basis of routine maintenance. The main work is to lubricate, tighten and check the relevant parts and their cleaning.
The secondary maintenance work focuses on inspection and adjustment. Specific inspection of engine, clutch, transmission, transmission components, steering and braking components
The third-level maintenance focuses on detecting, adjusting, eliminating hidden dangers, and balancing the wear degree of each component. It is necessary to perform diagnostics and condition checks on components and failure symptoms that affect equipment performance, and then complete necessary replacement, adjustment, and troubleshooting.