Some Matters We Should Notice During the Use of Jaw Crusher

The safety matter is an important problem. During the use of jaw crusher, we should follow the steps to ensure safety of jaw crusher1.Preparation and Inspection before running(1) Check the operation of equipment anchor bolts and bolts loose, the protective cover of the rotating equipment are complete.(2) Check the jaw crusher tooth plate, lining the connecting bolts loose or falling debris and crusher cavity with or without iron.(3) Check whether the operation of equipment, lubrication oil, gear oil level is adequate within.(4) Check the belt of active and passive wheel is loose and damage, whether deviation, the roller is off, retaining the skin, blade is intact.(5) Check whether the debris and around obstructions, lighting equipment is complete, ensure the device is in normal state before driving too, and get through the accident switch.2. RunningWhen receiving the order to drive, running the machine step by step. Until the device is working properly, contact with the crane job, switch to chain and chain position. Jaw crusher is used to crush big block phosphate. when big block phosphate is not too much, you can not open the jaw crusher feeder, so that the ore can be directly into the next program.3. StoppingWhen receive the stopping information from colleagues, the jaw crusher staff stopped job notification for mine, stop plate feeder, until the belt and jaw crusher without material in them, it can be stopped then. And the stopping order is opposite to running order.The options to offer using the more than higher temperatures within the jaw crusher"s bearing:1. According for the jaw crusher"s specified instruction book, to include essential oil timely and quantitativelyï¼›2. obvious the jaw crusher"s essential oil hole and also the essential oil tank"s bulkhead.3. Adjust the fly geneva wheel;s clump excess weight in position;4. To unload the jaw crusher"s frame bearing cover, lock the adapter sleeve and get rid of the flywheel or geneva wheel, alter having a...