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Pay Attention To The Application Of Manual Corn Seeder

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1. Because the Corn Sheller working environment of threshing machine is very harsh, it is necessary to carry out safe operation education for the personnel participating in the operation in advance to make them understand the operating procedures and safety common sense, such as tight sleeves, masks and protective glasses, etc.

2. Before use, you must carefully check whether the rotating parts are flexible and collision-free, whether the adjustment mechanism is normal, and whether the safety facilities are complete and effective; to ensure that there is no debris in the machine, all lubricating parts must be filled with lubricating oil.

3. The work site should be cleaned up before starting the machine, and no debris that has nothing to do with threshing should not be placed; children should be prohibited from playing on the edge of the site to avoid accidents.

4. The corn cobs should be fed evenly during work, and stones, sticks and other hard objects should be prevented from being fed into the machine.

5. The joints of the transmission belt should be firm, and it is strictly forbidden to pick up the belt or contact any object with the transmission part when the machine is running.

6. The transmission ratio between the supporting power and the threshing machine must meet the requirements, so as to prevent the thresher from being too high speed and vibrating, causing damage to parts or loose fasteners and causing personal injury.

7. It can not work continuously for too long. Generally, it is necessary to stop the machine for inspection, adjustment and lubrication after working for about 8 hours to prevent serious friction causing wear, heat or deformation.

8. The thresher generally uses diesel engines as power, and a fire cover should be worn on the exhaust pipe to prevent fire.

9. If the Manual Corn Seeder breaks down during the operation, it should be shut down before maintenance and adjustment.

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