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Jaw crusher inspection before start-up

September 20, 2019 by kuangshanposui  

Recently, there have been frequent user comments to ask questions about the start of the jaw crusher. Today, let's take a look at what you need to pay attention to before the Construction Waste Crusher starts. Before starting the smashing, the operator needs to do some inspection work to ensure that the components are normal and there is no blockage in the crushing chamber. In addition, the pre-launch inspection can help you find faults in time, prevent problems before they occur, and avoid further losses. So, what aspects do you need to check before the jaw crusher starts?
Lubrication. Before the jaw crusher is started, it should be checked whether the broken bracket is sufficiently lubricated, which is the prerequisite for ensuring efficient operation of the crusher. The bracket is a component that transmits power to the broken motorized E. It plays the role of supporting the movable jaw in the jaw crusher and transmits the crushing force to the rear wall of the frame. If the lubrication is poor, it will directly affect the smashing work efficiency.
Firmware situation. Check the fasteners of the jaw crusher for looseness. Once found, tighten them immediately, thus reducing the probability of smashing downtime. Conveyor belt condition. Check the integrity of the conveyor belt. If there is any damage, it should be replaced immediately. If there is oil on the belt, wipe off the oil with a rag. defensive equipment. Guards are an indicator that must be checked because they are related to safety issues and should be resolved in a timely manner to avoid accidents. Check the crushing chamber. Check for oily ore or debris in the crushing chamber. Once any ore or debris is found, the operator should clean it up to ensure that the cavity is broken.