Updated: Aug 2
Being proactive will help to keep your recycler machine in good working order. Ignoring maintenance requirements, on the other hand, is likely to cost a grinder owner more in the long run due to equipment failures and unplanned work stoppages.
Maintenance is performed on a daily basis
Lubrication, inspection of wear parts, and fluid level checks are all part of routine daily maintenance. Checking tips and screens, as well as keeping nonorganic material out of them, is crucial when it comes to checking worn parts.
Items like engine blocks, sledgehammer heads or steel fence posts in a load can cause catastrophic damage to a grinder, but even lighter materials can lead to excessive wear. Contractors and municipalities need to inspect loads for contaminant materials and remove as many as practicable.
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