The Easiest Way To Maintain The Industrial Coffee Roaster: The structure of a coffee roaster is quite simple, but like many other machines, it also needs a proper maintenance schedule to improve the life of the device.
|Numeric order||Category of deployment||Doing||Stage = Stage|
|first||Bearing grease pump||Use a grease gun||One month / time|
|2||Roasting pan conveyor chain||Wipe dust, sweep oil||3 months / time|
|3||Suction impeller (Roasting pan)||Clean sticky dust||1 ton/time|
|4||Floor cooling net||Vacuuming||1 ton/time|
|5||Suction impeller (Roasting pan)||Clean sticky dust||1 ton/time|
|6||Cooling tub||Sweeping silk under the net floor||1 ton/time|
|7||Silo||Silk sweeping in a silo||1 ton/time|
No, the sprocket is the fastest to wear out due to working under high temperatures and lots of dirt.
Next is the exhaust fan because the fan blades are easy to collect dust; in addition, in the coffee dust for a long time, there will be a layer of glue that causes the dust to stick to the layers and cause the fan blades to jam, leading to the burning of the exhaust fan motor of the coffee roaster.
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