Each new mechanical equipment needs to go through a running-in process from the factory to the smooth use, commonly known as the running-in period. The running-in period of mechanical equipment generally refers to the process of contact, friction, and occlusion of mechanical parts during the initial operation. During this period, the ability of each component of the mechanical equipment to adapt to the environment can be adjusted, and the protrusions on the parts can be worn away. The sand making machine also has a running-in period. The pros and cons of running in sand making machines will have an important impact on the lifespan, safety, and economy of the equipment.
Although the sand making machine has also been run in when it leaves the factory, the surface of the parts will still be rough. In addition, there are certain deviations and some hidden dangers that are difficult to find during processing and assembly. Therefore, the newly manufactured sand making equipment must run in for a certain period of time to ensure the normal and orderly operation of the subsequent sand making machine.
For enterprises, we may not know much about the functional structure and performance characteristics of sand making machine. In the early stage without reasonable mechanical running-in, it is easy to appear that the working efficiency of the sand making machine is not high, and even the expected effect is not achieved. Since the running-in period in the early stage is so important, how should we make the sand making machine safely pass through the running-in period, let the sand making machine be used to the extreme, and let the production in the later period enter the regular?
Before the sand making machine is operated, the operators must have a certain understanding of its performance characteristics and structural characteristics, accept the professional guidance of the manufacturer, and strictly follow the operating specifications to avoid unnecessary losses caused by operating errors. There is also the running-in period of the sand making equipment. As we all know, the running-in period is critical to the newly purchased machinery and equipment. Smooth passage of the running-in period can ensure the normal operation of production. During this period, the sand making machine should pay attention to the lubrication and wear of the machine, and must not be overloaded.
As long as we are familiar with equipment performance, standardized operation, reasonable running-in process, and timely inspection and maintenance of wear and lubrication conditions, the best results can be achieved, and the incidence of failures will be reduced, and production costs will be reduced, too. Let the sand making machine produce safely and orderly. This will also reduce the subsequent maintenance costs, increase business income, and reduce unnecessary costs.