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How to Operate Maize Milling Machine

Last post Mon, May 26 2014 11:21 PM by jinggu. 0 replies.
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    • jinggu
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    How to Operate Maize Milling Machine

    From the previous particles, we know that maize milling machine may have problems due to wrong operation and maintenance. So it is quite important to know how to operate the maize milling machine. For the maize milling machine, the most important is quality. So during manufacturing, we should not only ensure the raw material’s quality, but also process and produce according to correct operation flow. Before processing, we should prepare all of the auxiliary tools and containers, check and adjust the degree of tightness of the conveying belt. Then, we start the motor. Make the maize milling machine have a free run for about 20 minutes. Check the revolving speed of the screw shaft. Meanwhile, in the free run, we should notice whether the internal gear mesh and the sound is normal and all shafts and motors are working in good condition. After the debugging, we can start the process. At the beginning of the process, the material feeding speed should be slow and uniform to ensure all parts can cooperate with each other well in working. In short, before maize flour milling process by maize milling machine, we should debug the machine and check whether the whole equipment is normal. http://www.flourmillmachine.org/maize-flour-milling-machine.html
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