Equipment maintenance methods:
Regular inspection and maintenance: Regularly check the working condition of the equipment, mechanical parts and electrical components, etc., find problems in a timely manner and perform maintenance and replacement.
Proper use and protection: Follow operating procedures during use to prevent equipment damage due to misuse or improper use. At the same time, the equipment should be protected, such as dust-proof and moisture-proof treatments.
Do not use overload: Avoid using the equipment beyond its rated working load to avoid excessive load and damage to the equipment.
Avoid vibrations and collisions: When moving or storing the device, be careful to avoid vibrations and collisions to avoid damage to mechanical parts and electronic components.
Keep your device properly: Store your device in a dry, ventilated, dust-free place, away from direct sunlight and high temperatures.
Dusting and cleaning tips:
Wiping method: Use a clean soft cloth or paper towel to wipe away dust and debris on the surface to avoid scratches on the surface of the device.
Blowing method: You can use tools such as a blower or air jet can to blow away fine dust and debris. When blowing, you should pay attention to the angle and force to prevent damage to mechanical parts and electronic components.
Vacuum cleaning method: You can use a vacuum cleaner to remove dust, especially instruments with large surface areas, complex structures, or instruments that are difficult to clean inside.
Clean water cleaning method: You can use deionized water or purified water to clean the stains and debris on the surface of the equipment. After cleaning, you need to wipe the water droplets with absorbent paper.
Degreaser cleaning method: You can use degreaser to remove oil and stains from the surface of the equipment. However, you need to pay attention to the selection of degreasing agent to avoid corrosion and damage to the equipment.
Acid-base cleaning method: You can use acid and alkali solutions to clean equipment with chemical properties, but you need to pay attention to the concentration and ratio of the acid-base solutions to avoid damage to the equipment.
When using the above dust removal and cleaning techniques, you need to make selections and judgments based on actual conditions and requirements to ensure cleaning effectiveness and safety. At the same time, laboratory safety regulations need to be followed during the cleaning process, instruments and chemical reagents should be operated correctly, and appropriate protective equipment should be used.