Introduction: liquid sanitary napkin equipment In the process of use, it is inevitable that wear, fatigue, fracture, deformation, corrosion, aging and other reasons will cause the failure of key parts system, making it impossible to operate properly, and finally causing damage to the equipment and production, so that enterprises suffer economic losses, or even disastrous consequences. Therefore, the maintenance of the machine is a very important action.
In terms of maintenance methods, they can be initially divided into the following three categories.
In the use of the process of system failure before dealing with, known as after-the-fact maintenance. This maintenance method is more economical when the loss of production downtime is small and only needs adjustment or replacement of wearing parts to eliminate the fault.
From a preventive point of view, preventive maintenance before a system failure occurs is called preventive maintenance. Preventive maintenance includes routine maintenance, equipment inspection and preventive maintenance. Routine maintenance can prevent or delay liquid sanitary napkin equipment deterioration, regular or irregular inspection, monitoring and diagnosis, and timely detection of signs of system failure.
This is a practice based preventive maintenance. It is characterized by periodicity, manpower, spare parts and material resources that can be predicted in advance and can be scheduled in the long term. This maintenance method is applicable to parts where liquid sanitary napkin equipment deterioration is directly related to accumulated time. Although this maintenance method can be prevented, the pre-defined cycle maintenance often results in over-maintenance or under-maintenance, which is the biggest disadvantage, because the actual state of technology is not taken into account.
No matter which kind of maintenance, it is necessary to manage the system well, and only good management of the system can maximize the efficiency of maintenance.