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    Rusting is a phenomenon that occurs with every piece of equipment, and usually occurs on the surface of steel. Rust is created when there is water and oxygen on the steel surface. Rusty damage has led to the heavy spending of some industries every year. Rusting of construction waste crusher may result in downtime, production cuts, waste of production, heavy maintenance costs, premature replacement of equipment and even personal safety. In order to rust the crusher, take some protective measures:
    I. During the storage of the construction waste shredder and during the seasonal shutdown, the shredder needs to be run every other month for five minutes to ensure that the bearing remains lubricated. If the crusher can not be operated during storage, it is necessary to manually rotate the crusher flywheel three times to ensure that the bearing is properly lubricated. If you need to add grease to the bearings, you need to remove the associated equipment.
    Second, if the flywheel is removed from the eccentric shaft, the contact surface between the flywheel and the shaft needs to be coated with a preservative.
    Third, if the body is removed from the rack body, in order to prevent other debris into the bearing, the seal needs to be coated with enough grease. The housing contact surfaces, the lining contact surfaces and lining seat contact surfaces, as well as the tie rod holes, should be coated with a preservative.
    Fourth, the construction of garbage crusher parts to be removed need to be stored in a solid support to prevent direct contact with the ground.
    Five, when the device is removed from the storage, you need to check the paint, and repair according to the actual situation. Before installing the crusher, remove all contact surface preservatives.

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