Tips To Extend Your Tub Grinder’s Lifespan For Longer
While buying a tub grinder or any other industrial machine, there are two key features that we always look out for; performance, and Useful life. These are key factors that will give you value for money. But for you to enjoy the two features, the condition of the teeth must be maintained at its best. In this article, you are going to look at the main tips to keep your tub grinder wear parts in good condition for longer useful life for the machine. Check out these tips:
Install Quality Wear Part
The quality of the wear parts is one of the key features that you need to check carefully. It does not make sense at all if you have inferior wear parts in terms of quality. For instance, if you have poor quality grinder teeth, the impact will be on the entire machine. You will have a problem with the efficiency which will then affect the performance of the machine negatively. With the efficiency of the grinder going down, the rate of wear and tear on both the wear parts and the rest of the machine will increase tremendously. At the end you grinding machine will not last for long to give you value for money. So, your wear parts should be constructed with the highest grade of raw material.
Proper maintenance has proven over the years to work great in extending the useful life of the machine. But you have to go beyond the scheduled maintenance as specified by the manufacturer. In most cases, grinder manufacturer will specify that you get the machine maintained after a specific duration or worked hours. But that may be too late for a developing fault in the wear parts. Regular or daily maintenance is the best way to keep you wears parts and the entire machine in good shape. Make you that you have checked the condition of the grinder teeth after grinding to ensure that every tooth is okay. You might find a weakening joint or dulling tooth.
Repair and Replacement
If grinder wear parts are not repaired or replaced, then it will affect the performance, and the condition of the rest wear parts and more so the entire machine. If a broken grind tooth is not repaired, then it put pressure the good ones, and that will impact negatively on their condition. So, have the faulty parts repaired or replaced if the condition is beyond repair.
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