Corn hoisting is the choice of inflow hoist or digging style
1. Frictional breakage, that is, corn kernels move along the surface of the object under the action of external force, and are damaged due to friction, leading to breakage.
2. Impact crushing, that is to say, the corn seed hits the surface of a hard object at a certain speed to break and break. The main reason for this situation is the sparse layout of the bucket surface of the bucket elevator and the fast running speed. The grains flow from the feed inlet to the bottom of the chute tail and are easy to accumulate.
The bottom of the bucket rotates upwards with the rotation of the tail wheel to excavate materials. During the excavation process, the pile of grain at the bottom was squeezed by the bucket, causing it to break. When the bucket is full of materials and continues to rotate, the materials outside the bucket rub against the bucket and the inclined guide plate at the tail of the machine, causing friction and breakage.
When the bucket moves to the upper part, the material collides with the screw part of the bucket and the bolt head of the bucket. During the collision, the corn kernels collide with the high-strength bucket, cutting with the sharp corners of the threads, causing breakage.
Bucket elevator lifting corn kernels requires us to reduce the speed of the bucket elevator and try our best to reduce the damage of the corn kernels, so that the corn kernels can be transported slowly and reduce the occurrence of damage.