The Lift-Type Three-in-One Press Feed Line (LT3O-PFL) revolutionizes sheet processing with its specialized design for unwinding, leveling, and feeding sheet materials. Developed with an emphasis on high surface requirements, the equipment is known for its efficient lift-type upper leveling roller group. This unique feature enables comprehensive and speedy cleaning of leveling drums, thus ensuring consistently accurate leveling and feeding.
Three variations of the machine are available to cater to diverse needs: the Lift-Type Thin Sheet Three-in-One, the Lift-Type Medium Plate Three-in-One, and the Lift-Type Thick Plate Three-in-One Press Feed Line.
For a sustainable performance of the LT3O-PFL, scheduled maintenance is paramount. Users are advised to follow routine daily, weekly, and monthly maintenance procedures.
I. Daily Inspection and Maintenance:
Ensure a smooth start by checking if the machine operates without abnormal noises. Should there be any unusual sounds, identify and correct the issue promptly or contact customer service. Make sure the external air source pressure remains stable, as fluctuation could compromise the material’s leveling accuracy and surface quality.
Inspect the material’s surface post-leveling and feeding for any scratches or indentations, and clean the roller if necessary. Verify sufficient grease presence on the gear surface via the machine head’s transparent window, applying more if needed to prevent premature gear wear. Before ending your shift, switch off the power and air source and clean any aluminum chips or dust accumulated on the machine’s surface.
II. Weekly Inspection and Maintenance:
Inspect the chain for wear and grease adequacy with the machine guard removed and the power turned off. Check the roller surface for debris or signs of wear, clean it or consult professional personnel from Zhide Machinery Co., Ltd for roller replacement.
Ensure a smooth rotation of the material rack by turning off the air source. Verify that the hydraulic system oil tank has sufficient hydraulic oil, and top it up if the level falls below the warning line. Check the machine’s hydraulic cylinders and components for oil leaks and take corrective action immediately.
III. Monthly Inspection and Maintenance:
Maintain the lubrication oil level in the rack’s reduction gear, the leveling and feeding machine above the warning line. Inspect the hydraulic system oil tank for sediment or high viscosity in the hydraulic oil, replacing the oil if needed.
Monitor the machine’s motor temperature post-operation and ensure it stays below 70 degrees Celsius. Regularly inspect electrical components like relays, contactors, and frequency converters in the electrical box for any loose wires, signs of charring or dust accumulation.
IV. Annual Inspection and Maintenance:
Carry out a holistic inspection of the LT3O-PFL, observing the first three points. Examine the leveling roller for quality, wear, and functionality. Substitute the lubrication oil in the reduction gear and the hydraulic oil, checking for sediment, high viscosity, or a change in color.
If the LT3O-PFL remains idle for extended periods, grease the roller surface to prevent rusting. This step safeguards the machine’s longevity and efficiency, even during dormant periods.
By following these structured maintenance steps, you can ensure that the LT3O-PFL continues to function at its peak, thereby optimizing your sheet processing endeavors.