How To Install And Debug Performance Built Log Splitter

  •      Through interviews and survey feedback, customers will more or less always encounter some difficult problems when using Log Splitter. Based on the principle of customer convenience and customer service, we will carry out some knowledge explanation activities about Log Splitter products from time to time, and discuss with you the problems that customers often encounter or are difficult to solve, and find solutions, hoping to give Customers bring help to better use our products. So, in this issue of the explanation activity, we will explain the issue of Log Splitter. Next, please take a look at the following article:
     1. To place the Log Splitter steadily, the installation direction should be determined according to the actual situation of the site and raw materials. Generally, small-size models do not require a production basis, and users can directly power on the test machine to use.
      2. Before use, first check the circuit and oil circuit in accordance with the "Instruction Manual" to confirm whether the connection is safe. The tension of each chain, V-belt and transmission mechanism is generally adjusted when the equipment leaves the factory or adjusted on site by the factory installer , The user should always check in the future use process;
      3. The blade is made of alloy steel. After a long time of use, if there is wear or change the angle, the fastening screw of the blade can be loosened, and the blade can be removed for grinding and adjustment. If the wear is excessive, replace with a new blade of the same specification;
      4. When the Performance Built Log Splitter is connected to the power supply, the switch box or switch cabinet is connected to the 380V three-phase power supply. Firstly, check whether there are debris and branches around the equipment that affect the operation and operation. After powering on, first determine the rotation direction of the feeding roller to make the equipment Run dry for about 5 minutes, pay attention to listening and observing whether the equipment is abnormal.