Vacuum Packaging Machine Routine Maintenance

Publish Time:2023-11-02 10:43Author:Visit:832

Implementing a regular maintenance schedule and following the manufacturer's recommended guidelines can help optimize the performance and lifespan of the vacuum packaging machine. Periodic professional servicing by authorized technicians can help identify and address any underlying issues before they become major problems.


First, the choice of vacuum packaging machine.

1. At present, the food vacuum packaging machine on the market has the difference between carbon steel and stainless steel. Generally, it is made of carbon steel. Because of cost saving and low price, there are fewer manufacturers using stainless steel because the cost of stainless steel is high, but stainless steel. It is not easy to rust and is not easy to corrode.


2, the difference between electrical components on food vacuum packaging machine, before buying, we should ask what brand of electrical components equipped with vacuum packaging machine. 


3. The vacuum pump is the main core component of the vacuum packaging machine. The quality of the vacuum pump directly affects the vacuuming efficiency of the vacuum packaging machine. Therefore, when purchasing, we should ask what kind of vacuum pump the vacuum packaging machine is equipped with; 


4. The wearing parts are the most vulnerable parts of the food vacuum packaging machine. There are mainly heating strips and heat-insulating cloths. Generally, the wearing parts on the market need to be replaced in about one month, and the wearing parts of our Dajiang vacuum packaging machine Generally it takes 2-3 months to replace, which greatly saves the cost of the vacuum packaging machine;


5, but also look after after-sales service, after-sales is the guarantee of product operation efficiency, as well as warranty time, usually one year. 


Second, key maintenance tasks for vacuum packaging machines:



Regularly clean the machine to remove any debris, food particles, or liquid spills that may accumulate on the sealing bar, chamber, or other components. Use mild detergent and water to clean the surfaces, ensuring they are thoroughly dried before operation.



Check the manufacturer's guidelines to determine if lubrication is required for specific parts of the machine, such as the sealing bar or moving components. If lubrication is necessary, use the recommended lubricant and apply it as per the instructions provided.


Sealing Bar Maintenance:

Inspect the condition of the sealing bar regularly. Clean any residue or debris that may accumulate on the bar, as this can affect the quality of the seal. If the sealing bar shows signs of wear, such as uneven or insufficient sealing, it may need to be replaced.


Vacuum Pump Maintenance:

Vacuum pumps play a crucial role in creating the vacuum inside the packaging chamber. Follow the manufacturer's guidelines for routine maintenance of the vacuum pump, which may involve tasks such as cleaning or replacing filters, checking oil levels, and ensuring proper airflow.


Gasket Inspection:

The gasket, usually made of rubber or silicone, helps create an airtight seal between the lid and the chamber. Regularly inspect the gasket for any signs of damage, such as cracks or wear. If necessary, replace the gasket to maintain proper sealing.


Calibration and Adjustment:

Periodically check and calibrate the machine's settings, such as vacuum pressure, sealing time, temperature, and other relevant parameters. Follow the manufacturer's instructions for calibration procedures and refer to any provided calibration tools.


Safety Checks:

Ensure that all safety features, such as emergency stop buttons, are functioning correctly. Regularly test these features to ensure their effectiveness in case of an emergency.


Training and Operator Knowledge:

Ensure that operators are trained in the proper operation, maintenance, and troubleshooting of the vacuum packaging machine. Educate them about safety precautions and best practices to avoid any mishaps or damage to the machine.


Regular Inspections:

Conduct regular inspections of the machine's overall condition, including electrical connections, hoses, and other components. Look for signs of wear, damage, or loose connections. Any issues should be addressed promptly to prevent further damage or malfunctions.


Follow Manufacturer's Guidelines:

Always refer to the manufacturer's operating manual and maintenance guidelines specific to your vacuum packaging machine. These guidelines may provide additional maintenance tasks or specific recommendations based on the machine's design and specifications.



Whether it is machine maintenance or selection, understand the main parameters of the product, ask our customer service for more about vacuum packaging machines!

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