So how to deal with the moisture-proof problem of organic fertilizer equipment
1, Prevent the iron parts from rusting. Many parts of organic fertilizer equipment are made of steel. If improperly stored, the iron parts are easy to rust, which seriously shortens the service life of organic fertilizer equipment. When stored, the accessories should be removed, coated with anti-rust paint, and stored in a ventilated and dry place.
2, Prevent the aging of rubber accessories. In the process of using the organic fertilizer equipment, it is easy to make the rubber accessories damp or stained with oil, so it is easy to make the equipment aging and produce cracks, shortening the service life. For the storage method, during the storage of equipment, the front and rear axles of the locomotive should be jacked up with jacks or sleepers to keep the tires off the ground without bearing the load.
3, Prevent the motor from getting wet. If the motor has not been used for a long time, the motor of organic fertilizer equipment should be placed in a ventilated, dry and clean warehouse. If the motor is placed in the fertilizer wetlands or easily wet by rain, the motor will be damp, insulation will be reduced, which will lead to short circuit, leakage, hitting iron, or even burn the coil.
The above three methods can protect the organic fertilizer equipment to a certain extent. Only by dealing with the daily details can we ensure that the organic fertilizer equipment will not have the problems of rusting, aging of rubber parts and dampness of the motor, which can also extend the service life of the equipment.