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What Impact Will The Waste Paper Baler Have On The Equipment If It Is Not Used For A Long Time?

Oct 13, 2020

       Hydraulic baler gradually loses its original performance during use or when it is not used for a long time, or its performance is poor compared with similar new waste paper baler equipment. The phenomenon of looking outdated is called the aging of waste paper baler equipment.

γ€€γ€€The aging of hydraulic baler can be divided into use aging, natural aging and disaster aging. Aging in use refers to the damage and deformation of equipment caused by wear, impact, fatigue, and change, the adhesion of raw materials and dust pollution, which make the equipment lose its original working efficiency. The aging of hydraulic baler equipment can also be divided into aging and relative aging. Aging is the decay of equipment, that is, as time goes by, the equipment gradually wears out, gradually aging until it needs to be scrapped. Relative aging refers to the phenomenon that the original equipment is low in performance and poor in quality compared with the new equipment, so it appears to be outdated.

γ€€γ€€ There are two ways to compensate for equipment aging: one is to replace old equipment that has been aging or worn out with new equipment, that is, to update the equipment; the other is to make partial compensation through maintenance during use. Since the service life of equipment parts varies in length, it is of great economic significance to use maintenance methods to partially compensate. It can be seen from the cycle diagram of equipment aging that the equipment enters the production period from the construction period, and its performance gradually reaches the design level and enters the stable production period. Such as after transformation. The performance of the equipment has been improved and it has entered the normal production period. The equipment is gradually aging in use, and after each repair, a certain performance is restored, but the performance of the equipment still shows a decline.