The hydraulic baler
will gradually lose its original performance during use or idling. This phenomenon is called equipment aging.
The equipment deterioration of hydraulic baler
can be divided into service deterioration, natural deterioration and catastrophic deterioration.
Deterioration in use means that due to the adhesion of raw materials and dust pollution, the hydraulic baler
equipment is worn, impacted, fatigued, damaged and deformed, causing the equipment to appear original performance.
The deterioration of hydraulic baler
equipment can also be divided into absolute deterioration and relative deterioration.
Absolute degradation refers to the aging of equipment, that is, as time goes by, the equipment gradually wears out and gradually ages until it is scrapped.
Relative deterioration refers to the phenomenon that the original hydraulic baler
is low in performance and poor in quality compared with the new equipment, and looks outdated.
The compensation method for equipment damage is through maintenance during use. Due to the uneven service life of equipment parts, it is of great economic significance to use maintenance methods to compensate for local defects.
The emergence of hydraulic balers
can meet the demand for energy conservation and can provide more efficient resource services for the operation of the waste recycling industry. https://www.nkbaler.com