The abnormal operation of the charcoal machine equipment should be resolved in time
After long-term operation, the charcoal machine equipment is prone to fatigue. For example, the output speed of the mechanism rod is high and low. This phenomenon is generally caused by the high temperature of the generator equipped with the charcoal machine equipment. Slower, this phenomenon is mostly caused by the dryness of the surface of the conveyor bearing of the charcoal machine.rn
In general, fatigue of charcoal machine equipment cannot be regarded as a production failure, because this phenomenon does not affect the operation quality of charcoal machine equipment at all, and we can call it an abnormal operation at most. Because the abnormal operation of the charcoal machine equipment has no effect on the quality of the mechanism charcoal, most production personnel of mechanism charcoal will judge that this abnormal phenomenon is irrelevant and will not report it to the relevant departments for timely resolution.rn
However, the facts are not what the charcoal production staff thinks. Although the fatigue of the charcoal machine equipment will not affect the quality of the operation for a while, it does not mean that the charcoal production after the abnormality will always be safe; as we said above, The output speed of the mechanism rod is high and low. Even if this situation does not affect the quality of the mechanism rod, if it is not reported in time, once the generator is heated to a certain stage, the power supply mechanism of the charcoal machine may be burned. At that time, the charcoal machine equipment may be powered off and stopped directly, and it will not be able to produce mechanical rods.rn
Therefore, in the future, when facing the abnormal operation of the charcoal machine equipment, you must not be "heart-loving and soft-hearted". You must first report any abnormal phenomenon. After the charcoal machine equipment is restored to normal operation through professional technical testing, safety production is carried out. operating.