During normal daily use ensure the Grain Cleaner is clean, well maintained, and lubricated to provide the top performance you expect. Walinga recommends the following maintenance standards to protect your warranty.
5.1 FLUIDS REQUIRED AND PROPER STORAGE
Grease: Use an SAE multi-purpose high temperature grease with extreme pressure (EP) characteristics. Also acceptable is an SAE multi-purpose lithium-based grease.
Storing Lubricants: Your unit can operate at top efficiency only if clean lubricants . Store them in a area protected form dust, moisture ,and other contaminants
5.2 LUBRICATION AND MAINTENANCE INSTRUCTIONS
Refer to Section 5.1 for recommended grease. Use the Service Record checklist provided to keep a record of all scheduled servicing.
5.2.1 BELT TENSION
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Belts that are too loose will not transmit the required power and will slip, overheat, and wear quickly. Pulleys that are not aligned will result in rapid belt wear.
Follow this procedure when checking and adjusting belt tension and pulley alignment.
5.2.2 ADJUSTING TENSION
5.2.3 PULLEY ALIGNMENT
5.3 SERVICE INTERVALS
Fig 5-1 CHECK BELT TENSION
Fig 5-2 MONITOR FINES BUILDUP
5.4 SERVICE RECORD