After harvesting, the work of the corn thresher will have its own paragraphs, but how can it be protected when it is idle? Summarized as follows:
(1) Before the corn thresher is parked and stored, the farmer should conduct a comprehensive "physical examination" of the farmer, that is, the protection and protection of the farmer, so that his skills are in good condition.
(2) In the long-term storage, the integrity of the thresher should be adhered to without losing parts, avoiding deformation, damage, rust and decay of the parts, and avoiding any appearance that degrades the performance of the machine due to improper storage.
(3) It is a local where conditions permit. It should be linked to the establishment of a new countryside, and the time to rebuild a new house, including the storage of agricultural machinery and storage sheds. Put the machine in a boring place, the best place is in a concealed place, cushion it with a sleeper, and cover the machine with a rain-proof canvas to prevent the machine from getting wet, exposed to the sun and rain.
(4) Clean up the dust and dirt on the surface of the machine; apply anti-rust oil to the exterior of the metal parts; apply local paint to the racks, covers, etc. where the paint has been removed. Where all the needs of the machine are smooth, it should be smoothed as requested, and then the corn thresher should be idled for some time.
(5) Remove the accessories such as the motor and the transmission belt, wipe all the belts, apply talcum powder, put labels on the bundles, and keep them properly.