Because concrete will solidify into hard lumps in a short time and have certain corrosivity to steel and paint, it is a must to clean the concrete adhered to the concrete mixer and the inlet and outlet after each use of the concrete mixer.
A. Flush the feed inlet with water before each loading to keep the feed inlet wet during loading;
B. Fill the washing water tank with water when loading;
C. Flush the feed inlet after loading and clean the residual concrete near the feed inlet;
D. After unloading at the site, wash the discharge tank, and then add 30-40L of cleaning water to the concrete mixer; When the vehicle returns, keep the concrete mixer turning slowly in the forward direction;
E. Remember to discharge the sewage in the concrete mixer before the next loading;
F. At the end of each day, clean the concrete mixer and the surrounding of the material inlet and outlet to ensure that there is no cement and concrete caking.
Device drive: Once the hydraulic pump fails, it can be driven according to the following emergency drive steps:
A. Turn the emergency drive hose (i.e. emergency hose);
B. Turn off the faulty vehicle (driven vehicle) and remove the high-pressure oil pipe connector on the hydraulic motor;
C. Turn off the faulty vehicle (drive vehicle), remove the high-pressure oil pipe connector of its hydraulic motor, and connect it with the corresponding connector hose of the hydraulic motor on the faulty vehicle;
D. Start the rescue vehicle, move its control handle to the discharge position, and the concrete in the fault vehicle will be discharged; After the emergency drive is completed, remove the rescue hose and restore the original operation of the two vehicles.
Before the operation of the concrete mixer truck, it must be checked to confirm that the steering, braking, lighting and signal systems are sensitive and effective, the drum and chute of the mixer truck are free of cracks and serious damage, the wear of the mixing blades is within the normal range, and the U-bolts between the chassis and the subframe are well connected. Come to our website for more relevant content Consult!