Important Things That Cause Combine To Break Down

Important Things That Cause Combine To Break Down
3 min read
07 December 2022

Many things can cause a combine to break down while it is in use. In this blog post, we will discuss some of the most common reasons why this happens. We will also provide tips on how to prevent your combine from breaking down during operation.


Concave elements should be inspected for damage and Bears, We suggest removing all concave panels before cleaning them. Inspectors need to be extra-careful upon re-installation of the drum cover “make sure it’s level." If you find any signs or symptoms suggesting an issue with your thresher unit then advance caution must take place as well!


Threshing is a very dangerous task, but it's important to make sure you are operating your machinery in top shape. If there are any issues with feeder houses or chains that could result from wear-and-tear over time - especially when wet crops like wheat come into the season--then these parts will need replacing soon after harvest so they continue giving good service during next year's efforts too!


One of the most tedious jobs in prepping a harvester for the season is removing both chaffer and sieve elements. With them out, look at general wear- particularly on their centers where there's high residue flow from the separator into the frame -examine frames themselves; check sides/corners for cracks or breaks that could indicate weld repairs needed if not otherwise evident


The cleaning shoe fan is one of those components that seem indestructible. “Today’s fans turn at a high rate speeds, which can bend vanes and jeopardize their operating balance," Our advice is to  Spin them down! Listen for trueness in operation while watching out for bearing noise - especially on variable speed models where glazing or cracking may occur from frequent use over time due to its proximity to belt drives.


Take the drive belts off both grain elevators so you can rotate the chain assembly. This allows you to find any worn or missing paddles and sagging chains, then check for proper tension on each one as well- if there's a problem with theirs they may need more adjusting than others! Listen closely when turning these babies around because bearing noise indicates an issue likely caused by loose hardware somewhere along its length."


The teeth on a sprocket are designed to grip and release easily from each other so that the chain doesn't get stumble when it moves along. But if there is too much wear or Cupped edges with sharp hooks at their tips, then you may have trouble getting those pesky chains moving smoothly again!


It is important to inspect belts regularly because they wear out quickly. They have a huge load of power that must be transmitted, so the entire length needs thorough inspection for any issues with separation or chunking at both ends as well as burning streaks and grooves in their sides which could indicate something wrong such as an impending failure from parts being too old . Unlike typical V-belts found on machinery elsewhere, these special ones powering your feeder house deserve extra care when working properly by ensuring everything's adjusted correctly the first time round

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