(1) Due to the tight work of the corn husker and the harsh environment, the personnel involved in threshing operations should be educated in safety operations. The small corn husker should be able to understand the operating procedures and safety knowledge, such as tight sleeves, Masks and protective glasses should be worn.
(2) Before using the Corn Sheller, you must carefully check whether the rotating and swinging parts are flexible and without collision; check whether the adjustment mechanism is normal and the safety facilities are complete and effective; ensure that there is no debris in the machine, and lubricate the parts.
(3) Before turning on the corn sheller, clean up the operation site, and do not put some debris unrelated to threshing; children are forbidden to play on the site to avoid accidents.
(4) Feeding should be even when working, and wheat should be pushed directly into the drum. It is not allowed to push wheat into the drum with hands or forks or other tools; prevent stones, wooden sticks and other hard objects from feeding into the machine.
(5) The joint of the transmission belt should be firm; it is strictly forbidden to take off the belt or contact any object with the transmission part while the machine is running.
(6) The transmission ratio between the selected supporting power and the corn shelling machine should meet the requirements, so as to avoid the high speed of the corn shelling machine and the violent vibration, which will damage the parts or loose the fasteners.
(7) The corn peeling machine can't work continuously for too long. Generally, it will work for about eight hours, so it is necessary to shut down to check, adjust and lubricate to prevent serious friction wear and heat deformation.
(8) Corn hulling machines are generally powered by diesel engines. An anti-inflammatory cover should be worn on the exhaust pipe to prevent fire.
(9) If the Seed Planter fails during the operation, it should be shut down for maintenance and adjustment, and it must not be dealt with in order to avoid greater failures.