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Preparations before Starting a Jaw Concrete Crusher

1/27/2015 5:12:01 PM1/27/2015 5:12:01 PM

Jaw concrete crusher is generally used for coarse and primary crushing hard and medium hard ores. In order to ensure the normal work of the jaw concrete crusher, users should make a thorough inspection before turning on it. Specifically speaking, what matters should be paid attention to before starting a jaw concrete crusher? the followings are some summaries made by Fote heavy machinery technicians.

1. Check all the active parts and see whether there is jamming phenomenon or not. Check the lubrication parts and see whether there is enough grease or not.

2. Check all the bolts of the jaw concrete crusher and see whether there is loosening phenomenon or not. And check whether there is nay noise in the rotating parts or not, and whether the mainframe and foot bolts of motor are loose or not.

3. Before starting the jaw concrete crusher, firstly turn on the thin oil lubrication system. Users can turn on the jaw concrete crusher until the oil returns normally.

4. When add oil for the equipment, check whether there is oil clogging or leaking phenomenon or not.

5. Check whether there is hard debris and ores that is hardly crushed or not in the crushing chamber or not.

6. A device for removing iron must be installed in the front of the inlet to prevent metal entering into the crushing chamber and bringing damage to the equipment.

7. Check whether the electrical interlocking devices, light signals and containment facilities of the jaw concrete crusher are complete, and whether they play their role well.

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