High efficiency, long life and high performance

- Jul 26, 2018-

Dryers usually include industrial dryers and agricultural dryers. Industrial dryers have a higher market share and a wider range of applications. At present, the most common industrial dryers on the market include coal slime dryers, slag dryers, quartz sand dryers, sand dryers, and energy-saving dryers. Because the working environment of the dryer is relatively harsh, it is necessary to maintain it frequently. Only in this way can the high efficiency, long life and high performance of the dryer be ensured, thereby creating higher efficiency. Next, the experts of the dryer will be the way to maintain your dryer. Daily maintenance and maintenance 1. Regularly clean the surface of the equipment and the internal parts of the machine. Use soft cotton cloth as much as possible. Always cut off the power during the cleaning process. 2. Check the gas source triple piece before starting each time. For the lack of oil, add lubricating oil in time and drain the stored water. 3. Clean the fluff in the dust box to keep the ventilation smooth and play a good drying effect. 4. Regularly check whether the tires are loose or not, and whether the wearing parts are worn. 5. When the bearing oil temperature rises, stop immediately to check the cause and eliminate it. Monthly maintenance and repair 1. Long-term use of moving parts such as bearings is more serious, and it is necessary to add lubricating oil to reduce friction. 2. Make reasonable adjustments to the belt tension. 3. After each operation, some parts are easy to loose or fall off and need to be tightened. Years of maintenance and repair 1. The fixing bolts of the machine base are easy to loose and should be tightened. 2. Check the tightness of the support spring connection and make reasonable adjustments. 3. Check the grounding of the dryer to ensure stability and reliability. 4. Check the flexibility of the wind turbine and heat exchanger to repair or replace the worn parts. In short, daily maintenance is an inevitable condition for extending the life of the dryer. Operators need to understand the normal maintenance process of the dryer.