Have a successful farm production
Farming is a source of income for many individuals. Keeping the job easy and moving requires well-functioning agricultural machinery. It is very vital to keep the machinery working and maintaining them to avoid a total breakdown.
CV & Propshaft provide top of the class service to agricultural machinery. We understand the essential need for their proper operation, not only for the business owners but to maintain the employee’s jobs. Keeping the machines in a good condition balances the level of productivity. It is very important to avoid agricultural machinery. However, there are ways to maintain them to avoid a total breakdown.
Have well-trained operators
Every job needs training to avoid any faults. Having a trained machinery operator not only keeps the machine well-functioning but saves money on damages. The operator needs an operating license to understand the actual training.
Ensure your machines are well oiled.
Machines should be oiled almost all the time. This process lowers the chance of friction in the machine. Furthermore, it also increases the life expectancy of the vehicle. It is crucial to use graded oils to avoid dirt on the machine. If the dirt builds up, it might temper with the operation of the machine. Therefore, it is important to always clean it up.
Take note of the signs.
An operator should know their machine enough to realize if something is wrong. Pay attention to the faults that might occur, such as, strange sounds, friction, or vibrations. It is important to notice these before they cause a major breakdown.
Keep machinery clean.
The machine needs to be always clean so it can be easy to notice faults like leaking oil. Cleaning your farm machinery should also be considered as part of maintenance. Actually, anything that may cause damage to the machinery should be considered as part of maintenance.
The biggest major you can take to avoid your machinery breakdown is to stick to a schedule of maintenance. Some machinery breakdowns are unnecessary because of the failure to maintain and incorrect handling.