Decanter centrifuge shall not be used to separate flammable, toxic, corrosive or radioactive substances.
Before you prepare to install or operate a decanter centrifuge, read and follow all the instructions carefully.
Do not operate the centrifuge with damaged warning mark or without warning mark.
If the vibration amplitude of the machine exceeds 24mm/ s, please stop immediately.
Centrifuge is not allowed to be used when the feed temperature exceeds the limit specified in the data list of the three manuals of installation, operation and maintenance.
Do not start the centrifuge when there is ice water, frozen or hard material in the drum.
Do not operate the centrifuge in excess of the maximum drum speed and maximum solid density specified in the manual data list or indicated on the centrifuge nameplate.
Do not operate the centrifuge without belt cover and other protective facilities.
Periodic inspection of all automatic cut-off devices and monitoring systems to ensure their normal operation.
Do not disassemble the centrifuge until you are sure whether the centrifuge is completely stopped, the main power supply is completely disconnected, and the main switch is disconnected and securely locked.
Do not operate the centrifuge when cracks, dents, pores or grooves appear in the drum, motor or supporting frame of the centrifuge.
Do not perform any operation on the centrifuge when the motor is running in the opposite direction of the indicating arrow.
Do not start the centrifuge until it has been completely installed.
Follow all lubrication procedures and steps of the equipment.
Check the centrifuge and motor bases and all supporting racks, housing and connecting fittings at least periodically annually.
Rags and loose clothing should not be placed near rotating parts.
When disassembling, installing, or operating, running, or servicing the machine, the normal procedures must be strictly followed.
Only specially trained technicians can operate, clean, dismantle and install the decanter centrifuge.