Briefly describe the precautions for using prestressed plastic corrugated pipe equipmentBriefly describe the precautions for using prestressed plastic corrugated pipe equipment
The prestressed plastic corrugated pipe is made of HDPE, which is a new type of hole-forming material. It is very important to be applied to post-tensioned prestressed concrete structures. The hole forming of the tie rod has the advantages of good sealing performance, no water leakage, no leakage, high ring stiffness, small friction parameters, aging resistance, electrical corrosion resistance, flexibility and elasticity, and it is not easy to be damaged by the tamping rod. New connection The method makes the construction connection more convenient. After the hole-forming material is damaged, the propeller is the back protective barrier of the prestressed steel plate in the prestressed concrete structure.
Prestressed plastic corrugated pipe equipment is a complete set of equipment and production lines for manufacturing prestressed plastic corrugated pipes. Plastic corrugated pipes are a new type of hole-forming material and are widely used in the construction industry. When we operate the pre-stressed plastic corrugated pipe equipment, we need to pay attention to some precautions. The following editor will take you to understand the pre-stressed plastic corrugated pipe equipment:
1. Feeding is strictly prohibited during the shutdown of the prestressed plastic corrugated pipe equipment.
2. During the operation of the prestressed plastic corrugated pipe equipment, if there is an abnormal situation, it should be shut down immediately for inspection.
Prestressed plastic corrugated pipe equipment
3. The feeding of the prestressed plastic corrugated pipe equipment should not be overloaded. The crushing process should be carried out evenly. If overload occurs during the process, the feeding should be stopped immediately and the standby device should be restored to normal before feeding.
4. According to the nature of the broken plastic, regularly check the sharpness of the fixed blade and the rotating blade. Generally speaking, new waste and lower corner materials are inspected every six shifts, and waste recycling materials are inspected every two shifts. If the blade is not sharp, it should be polished in time. If the blade is in good condition, you can continue to use it. At the same time, check whether the bolts that fasten the blades are loose. If it is loose, tighten it immediately.