Food metal detector is a high-tech product, which uses many fine parts and high-performance components, belonging to the category of cutting-edge equipment. In our life, just like the mobile phones we often use, metal detectors, which are relatively high-end instruments, must do a good job in maintenance and other work. If we do not do daily maintenance of many parts, there may be a series of problems, seriously affecting the service life of food metal detectors. So, how can we prolong its service life, and what are the correct practices?
Because the working principle of the metal detector is that the electromagnetic field generates high frequency oscillation through the coil current and forms a certain range and intensity of magnetic field in the detection part of the front end, we must be careful when we use the wet towel to scrub the detector. We must not let the detector produce the front end of the magnetic field to connect. The joint is damp. This must be noticed in the daily maintenance of metal detectors. At the same time, the connection part of the detector or the place where the plug contacts directly with the power supply should be ensured not to be damped. Otherwise, this situation will lead to the decrease of detection sensitivity of the detector and easily affect its normal work. In addition to keeping it moist, the storage temperature of the detector's storage location is also required. Because some parts of the metal detector, such as synchronous belt and conveyor belt, are made of rubber, so don't let the detector stay in a low or high temperature environment for a long time, because of this. The service life of these components made of non-metallic materials will be affected.
In addition, special attention should be paid to the fact that many parts of metal detectors are made of metal materials, and these metal parts play an important role in the normal operation of the instrument. Therefore, we should not contact corrosive liquids (such as sulphur) with them in normal use. Acids, hydrochloric acid, brine, etc.) should also be kept in a dry and ventilated environment. If there is a long-term non-use, it is best to pull the instrument out and run for a period of time at regular intervals.