The stabilized soil mixing station will generate a large amount of dust during operation, and a large amount of dust may sometimes cause unnecessary damage to the machine and cause malfunction. In thi
The stabilized soil mixing station will generate a large amount of dust during operation, and a large amount of dust may sometimes cause unnecessary damage to the machine and cause malfunction. In this case, the air filter element of the stabilized soil mixing station plays a role of dust prevention. The interior of the water-stabilized mixing station is protected from dust pollution. However, the air filter element is not 100% dust-proof. When the filter element itself is severely polluted by dust, it will lose its dust-proof function. Therefore, we need to maintain the stabilized soil mixing station's filter element frequently. Let's take a look at the specific maintenance steps.
For the water-stabilized mixing station in a special working environment, the engine is in a relatively humid environment, and the stabilized soil mixing station air filter element is also susceptible to moisture and dust. Before cleaning it, the user needs to dry the filter element of the water-stable mixing station first, and then clean it to prevent damage to the filter element of the water-stable mixing station. In this process, users of stabilized soil mixing station need to pay attention to that it is strictly forbidden to clean the paper filter element with water, diesel or gasoline, otherwise it will block the pores of the filter element and increase the air intake resistance.
In addition, only the main filter element needs to be maintained, while the safety filter element does not require maintenance. If the main filter element of the stabilized soil mixing station leaks, or if a lot of dust adheres to the safety filter element, it must be replaced in time to ensure that the system is running well. In addition, there are problems such as cracks in the seam caused by the filter element after repeated cleaning. Including the deformation of the filter housing, which cannot be sealed after assembly, the seal between the sealing rubber ring and the shell at both ends of the filter element, the deformation and improper assembly of the filter element bracket, and the air inlet port is not sealed. These problems can cause a stable water mixing station. The air intake is short-circuited.
Therefore, in the process of maintaining stabilized soil mixing station, we must pay attention to the integrity and functionality of other parts, and promptly replace aging, deformed, and damaged water-stabilized mixing station parts to ensure normal use. It should be noted that during the entire cleaning operation of the water-stabilized soil mixing station, the wing nut of the filter element should not be over-tightened to avoid crushing the filter element, delaying the normal work of the stabilized soil mixing station, and delaying the progress of the project, with more serious consequences.