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Weifang Haihua Development Zone Jintan Harvester Blade Factory
Weifang Haihua Development Zone Jintan Harvester Blade Factory is located at the southern end of Luhai Road in Binhai Development Zone. The company was established in 2001 and has modern plants and equipment.
How to maintain Harvester Blade (hay knife)
Frequently check the movement of the Harvester Blade (hay knife) transmission mechanism. If the swing is too large, the bearing clearance should be adjusted or the bearing should be replaced in time.
During harvesting operations, pay attention to whether there are hard objects in the fields, such as branches, stones, iron rods, iron wires, etc., to avoid collisions and damage the Harvester Blade (hay knife). The Harvester Blade (hay knife) must be removed from the header every 30-50 hours of work, and the hardened soil and rice scraps left on the blade will be removed and cleaned and lubricated by decomposition. When assembling, check and adjust so that the gap between the movable knife and the fixed knife is maintained at 0-0.5 mm. After the Harvester Blade (hay knife) is installed in the header, confirm that the reciprocating movement is normal before putting it into use. The stubble should not be too low when harvesting. Generally, the distance between the front end of the divider board and the ground should be about 10 cm. Too low a crop divider is easy to gnaw mud, the blade is easy to wear, and the crop is easy to be crushed; if it is too high, it is easy to miss cutting, and the crop is easy to be pushed down by the crop divider.
The maintenance of the harvester radiator should also be cautious:
The Harvester Blade (hay knife) tells you that the main reason that affects the efficiency of the harvester is the engine boiling, and the engine boiling is mostly caused by the serious blockage of the radiator, so the maintenance of the radiator should be strengthened.
Maintenance of hood radiator:
Harvester Blade (hay knife) tells you that most harvesters are generally equipped with hood radiators. Due to the large amount of dust and debris in harvesting operations, the air intake holes of the water tank cover are easily blocked by debris. To deal with it in time, rotate the handle on the lower left side of the water hood in the direction of the arrow, so that the upper and lower wind shields all close the air inlet channels of the water tank, and the debris will fall off by itself; when the blockage is serious, a certain pressure should be used before each shift. Flush the water tank holes with water to maintain good ventilation.