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MF-2041

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Feed Manufacturing

Preventative
Maintenance
For Feed
Processing
Facilities and
Equipment

Buildings and grounds
he goal of onshall be constructed and
farm feed manufacturmaintained in a manner
ing is to produce feed
to minimize vermin and
that meets the intended
pest infestation.”
specifications, both in
Grain bins, hatches,
nutritional composition
lids, augers, and terrain
and desired medication
around the bin should
level, and is free of
all prevent moisture
contaminants. The profrom entering the grain
duction of quality feed
and feed components.
will enhance animal
Feed ingredients must
performance and imFred Fairchild
be protected from exprove the profitability
Extension Specialist, Feed Manufacturing
cess moisture to avoid
of the livestock
Grain Science and Industry
contamination by mold
enterprise.
that can possibly proA set of guidelines
Department of Grain Science and Industry
duce harmful toxins and
for processing feed,
reduce palatability.
referred to as Good
Rodents, birds, and insects can potentially spread
Manufacturing Practices (GMPs), are designed to
disease through feces, urine, and body parts such as
prevent feed contamination and provide reasonable
feathers or hair. They can cause grain to become
assurance that the feed is manufactured accurately.
sample grade or another type of grade reduction, and
These guidelines serve as Food and Drug Administrathey can consume significant amounts of feed ingretion (FDA) regulations. Everyone involved in producdients. Roofs, walls, doors, and floors of feed manuing medicated or nonmedicated feed, whether at a
facturing and storage facilities should be designed
commercial off-farm plant or at an on-farm mill or
and maintained to prevent entry of these pests.
grinder/mixer, must comply with the GMPs.
For further information pertaining to the design of
The objective of this bulletin is to provide the onbulk and bagged storage facilities for feed and feed
farm feed processor or nonregistered commercial mill
ingredients, refer to Kansas State University Extenoperator with useful information pertaining to the
sion Bulletins MF-2039 and MF-2040.
maintenance of facilities and equipment. Correct application of these technologies will improve feed
quality and operation efficiency, reduce the likelihood
Equipment
of feed contamination, and help ensure safe meat,
Feed processing equipment must be designed,
milk, and eggs destined for human consumption.
maintained, and operated in such a manner to ensure
accuracy in ingredient proportioning and adequate
Buildings and Grounds
processing. The CFRs (Part 225.130) for feed manufacturing equipment state, “equipment shall be caBuildings and grounds must be constructed and
pable of producing medicated feed of intended
maintained to prevent the contamination of feed by
potency and purity and shall be maintained in a rearodents, insects, birds, nonfeed additives (chemicals,
sonably clean and orderly manner. Scales and liquid
lubricants, dangerous foreign material such as glass),
metering devices shall be accurate and of suitable
and moisture.
size, design, construction, precision, and accuracy for
The Code of Federal Regulations (CFR’s Title 21
their intended purposes. All equipment shall be dePart 225.120) states that “buildings used for producsigned, constructed, installed, and maintained so as to
tion of medicated feed shall provide adequate space
facilitate inspection and use of clean-out
for equipment, processing, and orderly receipt and
procedure(s).”
storage of medicated feed. Areas shall include access
for routine maintenance and cleaning of equipment.
Kansas State University Agricultural Experiment Station and Cooperative Extension Service

in larger plants. The charts in the back of this bulletin will assist the preparation of an individualized program. or your lubricant supplier. it is necessary to prepare a master list of the equipment showing each identification number and the piece of equipment it identifies (See Chart 1). Maintenance records Equipment Identification At some point. This may consist of activities such as lubrication of bearings. Emergency maintenance situations. maintenance is a prepared and organized plan to return operations to normal in as short a time as possible. Equipment Information Having an equipment identification system is useless unless it is used as the key to getting and keeping information about each machine. can suggest proper scheduling intervals and amounts to be used. An easy way to accomplish this is to draw a flow of the entire feed milling process showing each piece of equipment along with its identification number (Figure 1). for every dollar spent on preventive maintenance. Lubrication frequencies depend on operating conditions and time intervals. The equipment supplier. Maintenance is defined as the proper planning and action to minimize and avoid breakdowns and lost time. A sample information sheet is shown in Chart 2. The information should include not only key part data and sizes. except for emergency maintenance. This includes the replacement (based on observed conditions or known useful life spans) of worn parts prior to failure.” A type of supplier master list could be used as shown in Chart 3. every piece of equipment in the feed mill will need maintenance of some type. to not only identify the equipment by number. . Call-in maintenance usually involves an emergency situation where the people required are not at hand and must be summoned from somewhere else. Routine maintenance consists of servicing equipment on a scheduled basis. Each piece of equipment should have its own identification number. or other sources. address. visual inspection. or if the part is in plant inventory the code may just say “inv. should be tied to a calendar to ensure that required maintenance occurs as scheduled. The first step in developing a maintenance program entails collecting good information and organizing it in a useful form. or physical location. Once the decision has been made on how to assign identification numbers to the equipment. or by direct contact with the supplier. A suggested maintenance schedule form is shown in Chart 4. This is most easily done by filling out an information sheet on each piece of equipment. Equipment maintenance requirements 4. will determine routine and preventive maintenance scheduling. Maintenance procedures. replacing hammermill screens. purchase records. supplier information. Equipment identification 2. If an incident does occur. Maintenance can be divided into four different types. catalogs. Regular equipment checking and maintenance also will help to identify proper preventative maintenance scheduling and types. Parts inventory 5.2 Preventive Maintenance A plan to regularly check (or service) equipment and make necessary repairs on a scheduled basis will more than pay for itself when compared to having to do the same work in a crisis or hurried situation. Separate supplier code pages should be used for each letter of the alphabet. This maintenance must be done immediately and supersedes all other types. each piece of equipment must be identified in some manner. See Chart 5 for a sample maintenance calendar. Equipment Maintenance Requirements Each manufacturer can supply recommended routine maintenance procedures and schedules for the equipment they supply. As a general rule. cost center. but also a supplier code to show where parts may be found. It also may be desirable. In order to track the frequency of maintenance needed and its type and cost. The information may be gathered from operating manuals. This code could indicate a supplier’s name. such as a millwright service or contractor. and checking oil levels in gear boxes. Emergency maintenance entails reacting to unscheduled breakdowns. especially as a history is developed for a machine. This information may be gathered under the following headings: 1. checking drive V-belts. you will save at least five dollars in subsequent expenses. An example would be A-RE-1 which says receiving conveyor #1 is located in building or area A. Preventive maintenance consists of scheduled inspections and making adjustments and repairs to equipment to make sure it is in proper working order. turning or replacing hammers. Equipment information 3. and phone number. but also by system. This information may be found in installation and operating manuals.

A sensible approach to the parts inventory situation is to classify parts into three categories. and other cost items should be kept. It will tell how often preventive maintenance should be scheduled and what should be done to avoid emergency maintenance situations. labor required. no company can afford the cash outlay it would require for the parts. Figure 1. This information will soon establish the maintenance cost for each machine. ■ Parts readily available from a supplier. It helps in making decisions about repairing or replacing equipment or even eliminating an operation or process. Feed mill flow diagram 5 29 54 40 55 11 41 53 42 39 12 56 30 28 23 43 44 24 57 45 6 16 PELLET MASH INGREDIENT BINS 22 8 10 GRAIN & PELLET BINS 4 25 62 26 31 21 18 BULK FEED BINS 61 9 17 SACKING BINS 7 58 46 47 13 19 35 34 20 14 15 63 52 64 48 66 60 49 1 37 50 3 38 GRINDING 65 36 2 OUTSIDE STORAGE 59 33 32 27 RAIL & TRUCK RECEIVING GRAIN CRIMPING MIXING 51 PELLETING MOLASSES FEED SACKING BULK STORAGE & LOAD OUT . special equipment required. S = On hand at supplier. Unfortunately. the necessary parts were on hand and available.3 The parts needed in plant inventory will be determined by how often they are needed. parts required. preventive. Routine. A suggested coding might be: I = On hand (plant inventory). A simple maintenance record form is shown in Chart 6. A total cost for each maintenance operation should be figured and shown on the record form. ■ Parts that allow sufficient time for securing. and O = must be ordered. and emergency maintenance records will help identify availability requirements for parts. Parts that are crucial or hard to get should be kept on hand or where they can be immediately obtained. Parts Inventory It would be wonderful if every time an emergency maintenance situation occurred. It will indicate potential and continuing trouble spots. a separate record of what was done. ■ Critical hard-to-get parts. Noncritical parts may be ordered from suppliers as needed. On the Equipment Information sheets you may want to include a required availability code by each part or piece of equipment. Maintenance Records As maintenance work is performed.

_______________________________________ Magnet 3. # Description I. _______________________________________ Surge Bin 47. _______________________________________ Hammermill Discharge Conveyor 20. _______________________________________ Hammermill Feeder 18. _______________________________________ Alfalfa Storage Bin 10. _______________________________________ Grain Transfer Elevator 15. ______________________________________ Leg Belt ___________________________________ Leg Cups ___________________________________ Augers_____________________________________ Driven Equipment (Supplier Code _____________ ) Driven Shaft ________________________________ Driven Sheave Sprocket _______________________ Jackshaft Input Shaft _________________________ Input Sheave. _______________________________________ Crimped Grain Elevator 28. _______________________________________ Two-Way Valve 30. _______________________________________ Mash Transfer Conveyor 44. _______________________________________ Batch Mixer 36. _______________________________________ Two-Way Valve 5. _______________________________________ Grain Screener (with Aspiration) 25. _______________________________________ Truck Receiving Conveyor 2. Sprocket ________________________ Bearings (Supplier Code _____________________ ) Leg (top)_____________ (bottom) ______________ Auger (tail shaft)__________ (hangers) __________ Shafts _____________________________________ Shafts _____________________________________ Misc. _______________________________________ Transfer Conveyor 6. Bearings ______________________________ Misc. _______________________________________ Pellet Mill 48. ______________________________________ Input Shaft _________________________________ Input Sheave ________________________________ Output Shaft ________________________________ Misc. _______________________________________ Receiving Scalper _______________________________________ Scale Air Gate 35. _______________________________________ Two-Way Valve 16. ______________________________________ Gearbox (Supplier Code _____________________ ) P-5 Brand _____________________________________ Dodge Model _____________________________________ TXT 525 Serial ______________________________________ Ratio ______________________________________ 25:1 V-Belts ____________________________________ 5V630 Chain______________________________________ — Couplings __________________________________ — Misc. _______________________________________ Mash Cleaner 41. _______________________________________ Turnhead Distributor 7. _______________________________________ Receiving Elevator 4. Bearings ______________________________ Belt/Chain (Supplier Code ___________________ ) Brand _____________________________________ Type ______________________________________ Width _____________________________________ Ply/Size ____________________________________ Length _____________________________________ Splice _____________________________________ Fastener____________________________________ Cups/Paddles (Supplier Code _________________ ) Brand _____________________________________ Style ______________________________________ Size _______________________________________ Spacing ____________________________________ Bolts ______________________________________ Punching ___________________________________ Quantity ___________________________________ Other Information ____________________________________________________________________________ ____________________________________________________________________________ ____________________________________________________________________________ ____________________________________________________________________________ Supplier Code (____________ ) (____________ ) (____________ ) (____________ ) .4 7 Chart 1 EQUIPMENT LIST I. _______________________________________ Storage Bin Feeders 13. _______________________________________ Mash Distributor 45. _______________________________________ 11. _______________________________________ Ingredient Bin Screw Feeders 31. _______________________________________ Milo Storage Bin 9. _______________________________________ Hammermill 19.D. _______________________________________ Pneumatic Receiving Pipes 24. Chart 2 8 EQUIPMENT INFORMATION 4 Equipment ID# ______________________________ 6/85 Date Installed _______________________________ Receiving Description _________________________________ Goodwell Construction Installer ____________________________________ Motors (Supplier Code ______________________ ) A-1 Brand _____________________________________ Bagdor HP ________________________________________ 15 RPM ______________________________________ 1800 Volts ______________________________________ 230/460 Amps ______________________________________ Input RPM _________________________________ — Output RPM ________________________________ — Bearings (Fan) ______________________________ — ___________________________________________ Frame _____________________________________ Serial ______________________________________ Shaft ______________________________________ Sleeve _____________________________________ Design _____________________________________ Code ______________________________________ Tongue ____________________________________ Misc. Bearings ______________________________ Misc. _______________________________________ Surge Bin 37. _______________________________________ Grain Crimper 27. Sprocket ______________________ Output Shaft ______________________________ Output Sheave. _______________________________________ Mash Distributor 43. _______________________________________ Hammermill Air System 21. _______________________________________ Surge Bin and Level Control 17. _______________________________________ Grinding Elevator 22. _______________________________________ Mixing Elevator 39. _______________________________________ Corn Storage Bin 8. _______________________________________ Main Ingredient Scale 32. _______________________________________ Transfer Conveyor 29. _______________________________________ Receiving Distributor 12. _______________________________________ Grinding Distributor 23. _______________________________________ Surge Conveyor 38. _______________________________________ Scale Air Gate 34. _______________________________________ Mineral Ingredient Scale 33. # Description Rail Receiving Conveyor 1.D. Bearings ______________________________ Misc. _______________________________________ Magnet 40. _______________________________________ Overs Regrinder 42. _______________________________________ Two-Way Valve 26. Sprocket ____________________ Final Shaft _________________________________ Final Sheave. _______________________________________ Grain Transfer Conveyor 14. _______________________________________ Slide Gates 46.

Check Roto Guard/Oil/Belt 10. Check Grease Bearings X 2. Check Leg Cups X X 9. Name: _____________________________________ Name: _____________________________________ 201 S. Additional Maintenance X . Kan. Kan. Blow Off Condensate 15. Change Crankcase Oil 17. Check V-Belts X 6. Oil Chains 7. Grease Motor Bearings 5. Check Leg Belt 8. Green Address: ___________________________________ Address: ___________________________________ Jones. 60006 __________________________________ __________________________________ __________________________________ __________________________________ 316-444-5555 Day Phone: _________________________________ Day Phone: _________________________________ 316-444-1000 FAX: ______________________________________ FAX: ______________________________________ 316-321-9876 Other Phone: ________________________________ Other Phone: ________________________________ John Adams Contact: ____________________________________ Contact: ____________________________________ Code ______________________________________ Code ______________________________________ Name: _____________________________________ Name: _____________________________________ Address: ___________________________________ Address: ___________________________________ __________________________________ __________________________________ __________________________________ __________________________________ Day Phone: _________________________________ Day Phone: _________________________________ FAX: ______________________________________ FAX: ______________________________________ Other Phone: ________________________________ Other Phone: ________________________________ Contact: ____________________________________ Contact: ____________________________________ Chart 4 10 MAINTENANCE SCHEDULE 4 Equipment ID: ____________ Receiving Elevator Description: ____________________________ Daily Weekly Monthly 6 Months 12 Months 1. 66000 __________________________________ __________________________________ __________________________________ __________________________________ 913-555-0000 Day Phone: _________________________________ Day Phone: _________________________________ 913-555-0900 FAX: ______________________________________ FAX: ______________________________________ 913-666-5678 Other Phone: ________________________________ Other Phone: ________________________________ Bill Smith Contact: ____________________________________ Contact: ____________________________________ A-2 Code ______________________________________ Code ______________________________________ Adams Supply Name: _____________________________________ Name: _____________________________________ 1613 Highway 1 Address: ___________________________________ Address: ___________________________________ Southtown. Change Gearbox Oil X 4.5 9 Chart 3 SUPPLIER LIST A A-1 Code ______________________________________ Code ______________________________________ Acme Electric Co. Check Crankcase Oil 16. Check Hydraulic Oil/Leaks 18. Check Head Pulley 11. Check Air Filter 14. Check Gearbox Oil X 3. Check Grad Chain Paddles 12. Check Hanger Bearings 13.

Leg 31 Air Compressors Fork Lifts 12 Chart 6 MAINTENANCE RECORD 4 Equipment ID: ____________ Date Brand names appearing in this publication are for product identification purposes only. nor is criticism implied of similar products not mentioned. 1995. Repair Work Performed: 10/1/88 Splice Belt –Replace Caps 12/3/89 Replace Headshaft Bearing Receiving Elevator Description: ____________________________ Workers: Elev. religion. McEllhiney. Goodwell Cost: 325. 61 96.R. Prentice Hall. Englewood Cliffs.. Manhattan. MF-2040. County Extension Councils. Extension Districts. Director. activities. 101 Milo Cooler Boiler 9 Bins 29 thru 36 Boiler 16 Man Lift Boiler 23 Boiler 30 Boiler 3 Air Compressors Fork Lifts Milo Cooler Fan 10 4 5 Pellet Cooler Fan 28A-2708B&C 11 Balance Scales Air Lifts Three Ton Mixer Pellet Cooler Air Compressors Fork Lifts 17 18 12 Tractors Bobcat 19 Air Compressors Rolls 1-2 Bagging Scales Fork Lifts 10 Shots no more Pellet Cooler 24 25 Air Compressors Hydraulic Pump Molasses & Fat Pumps 6 7 Chemical Pump Rollers 1-2 Bins 11 thru 22 Hammermill Bins Hammermill-Fines 27-27A-28-Augers Fan Bin 99 Bins 29 Thru 46 26 Tractors Bobcat Pellet Cooler 13 Legs 43-33 Augers 41 thru 106 Scalper 14 Hammermill Fat Filter Mol. Johnson. J. ed. services. Bagged Ingredient Storage. 1994.00 983. Inc.. KSU Cooperative Extension Service. and United States Department of Agriculture Cooperating. Kansas State University. 1914.. Manhattan. Heintzelman. All other rights reserved. American Feed Industry Association. January 1997. In: R. Marc A. Preventative Maintenance for Feed Processing Facilities and Equipment. Issued in furtherance of Cooperative Extension Work. Filter 20 Legs 53-54 HammermillLeg Pellet Cooler Leg 21 Hammermill 27 10 & 20 Hole Distributors 28 Hammermill References Hamil. Feed Manufacturing Technology IV. KSU Cooperative Extension Service. 100.E. J.R. MF-2039. Acts of May 8 and June 30. national origin. 1995. Contents of this publication may be freely reproduced for educational purposes.. The Complete Handbook of Maintenance Management. Bulk Ingredient Storage. 1976. 102. Kansas State University is an equal opportunity organization. age or disability. and materials without regard to race. In each case. NJ.6 11 Chart 5 MAINTENANCE CALENDAR Month: 1 Pellet Mills Pellet Cooler Oil Mixer 8 Pellet Mill’s Air Conditioner 15 Bins 1 thru 10 Pellet Mills 22 Pellet Mills 29 Pellet Mills 2 Auger 60.00 . No endorsement is intended. sex. KS. credit Fred Fairchild. Arlington. Kansas State University Agricultural Experiment Station and Cooperative Extension Service MF-2041 January 1997 It is the policy of Kansas State University Agricultural Experiment Station and Cooperative Extension Service that all persons shall have equal opportunity and access to its educational programs. Kansas State University. 96-A. KS. color. Maintenance programs. as amended. VA.

_______________________________________ Storage Bin Feeders 13. _______________________________________ Crimped Grain Elevator 28. _______________________________________ Hammermill Discharge Conveyor 20. _______________________________________ Truck Receiving Conveyor 2. _______________________________________ Magnet 3. _______________________________________ Surge Bin and Level Control 17. _______________________________________ Two-Way Valve 26. _______________________________________ Grain Screener (with Aspiration) 25. _______________________________________ Grinding Elevator 22. _______________________________________ Overs Regrinder 42. _______________________________________ Scale Air Gate 35. _______________________________________ Mixing Elevator 39. _______________________________________ Surge Bin 37. _______________________________________ Milo Storage Bin 9.D. _______________________________________ Hammermill Air System 21. _______________________________________ Mash Transfer Conveyor 44. _______________________________________ Hammermill 19. _______________________________________ Receiving Scalper 11. # Description I. _______________________________________ Receiving Distributor 12. _______________________________________ Two-Way Valve 30. # Description Rail Receiving Conveyor 1. _______________________________________ Mash Distributor 45. _______________________________________ Magnet 40. _______________________________________ Receiving Elevator 4. _______________________________________ Pellet Mill 48. _______________________________________ Grinding Distributor 23. _______________________________________ Main Ingredient Scale 32. _______________________________________ Slide Gates 46. _______________________________________ Transfer Conveyor 6. _______________________________________ Transfer Conveyor 29. _______________________________________ Mash Distributor 43. _______________________________________ Grain Crimper 27. _______________________________________ Hammermill Feeder 18. _______________________________________ Ingredient Bin Screw Feeders 31. _______________________________________ Alfalfa Storage Bin 10. _______________________________________ Scale Air Gate 34. _______________________________________ Two-Way Valve 16. _______________________________________ . _______________________________________ Mash Cleaner 41. _______________________________________ Pneumatic Receiving Pipes 24. _______________________________________ Turnhead Distributor 7. _______________________________________ Batch Mixer 36. _______________________________________ Mineral Ingredient Scale 33. _______________________________________ Two-Way Valve 5. _______________________________________ Surge Conveyor 38.7 Chart 1 EQUIPMENT LIST I. _______________________________________ Surge Bin 47. _______________________________________ Grain Transfer Conveyor 14. _______________________________________ Corn Storage Bin 8. _______________________________________ Grain Transfer Elevator 15.D.

Bearings ______________________________ Belt/Chain (Supplier Code ___________________ ) Brand _____________________________________ Type ______________________________________ Width _____________________________________ Ply/Size ____________________________________ Length _____________________________________ Splice _____________________________________ Fastener____________________________________ Cups/Paddles (Supplier Code _________________ ) Brand _____________________________________ Style ______________________________________ Size _______________________________________ Spacing ____________________________________ Bolts ______________________________________ Punching ___________________________________ Quantity ___________________________________ Other Information ___________________________________________________________________________ ___________________________________________________________________________ ___________________________________________________________________________ ___________________________________________________________________________ Supplier Code (____________ ) (____________ ) (____________ ) (____________ ) . Sprocket ____________________ Final Shaft _________________________________ Final Sheave. Sprocket ________________________ Bearings (Supplier Code _____________________ ) Leg (top)_____________ (bottom) ______________ Auger (tail shaft)__________ (hangers) __________ Shafts _____________________________________ Shafts _____________________________________ Misc. ______________________________________ Input Shaft _________________________________ Input Sheave ________________________________ Output Shaft ________________________________ Misc. Bearings ______________________________ Misc. ______________________________________ Gearbox (Supplier Code _____________________ ) Brand _____________________________________ Model _____________________________________ Serial ______________________________________ Ratio ______________________________________ V-Belts ____________________________________ Chain______________________________________ Couplings __________________________________ Misc. Bearings ______________________________ Misc. Sprocket ______________________ Output Shaft ______________________________ Output Sheave. Bearings ______________________________ Misc. ______________________________________ Leg Belt ___________________________________ Leg Cups ___________________________________ Augers_____________________________________ Driven Equipment (Supplier Code _____________ ) Driven Shaft ________________________________ Driven Sheave Sprocket _______________________ Jackshaft Input Shaft _________________________ Input Sheave.8 Chart 2 EQUIPMENT INFORMATION Equipment ID# ______________________________ Date Installed _______________________________ Description _________________________________ Installer ____________________________________ Motors (Supplier Code ______________________ ) Brand _____________________________________ HP ________________________________________ RPM ______________________________________ Volts ______________________________________ Amps ______________________________________ Input RPM _________________________________ Output RPM ________________________________ Bearings (Fan) ______________________________ __________________________________________ Frame _____________________________________ Serial ______________________________________ Shaft ______________________________________ Sleeve _____________________________________ Design _____________________________________ Code ______________________________________ Tongue ____________________________________ Misc.

Kan. 66000 __________________________________ __________________________________ __________________________________ __________________________________ 913-555-0000 Day Phone: _________________________________ Day Phone: _________________________________ 913-555-0900 FAX: ______________________________________ FAX: ______________________________________ 913-666-5678 Other Phone: ________________________________ Other Phone: ________________________________ Bill Smith Contact: ____________________________________ Contact: ____________________________________ A-2 Code ______________________________________ Code ______________________________________ Adams Supply Name: _____________________________________ Name: _____________________________________ 1613 Highway 1 Address: ___________________________________ Address: ___________________________________ Southtown. Name: _____________________________________ Name: _____________________________________ 201 S. Green Address: ___________________________________ Address: ___________________________________ Jones. Kan. 60006 __________________________________ __________________________________ __________________________________ __________________________________ 316-444-5555 Day Phone: _________________________________ Day Phone: _________________________________ 316-444-1000 FAX: ______________________________________ FAX: ______________________________________ 316-321-9876 Other Phone: ________________________________ Other Phone: ________________________________ John Adams Contact: ____________________________________ Contact: ____________________________________ Code ______________________________________ Code ______________________________________ Name: _____________________________________ Name: _____________________________________ Address: ___________________________________ Address: ___________________________________ __________________________________ __________________________________ __________________________________ __________________________________ Day Phone: _________________________________ Day Phone: _________________________________ FAX: ______________________________________ FAX: ______________________________________ Other Phone: ________________________________ Other Phone: ________________________________ Contact: ____________________________________ Contact: ____________________________________ .9 Chart 3 SUPPLIER LIST A A-1 Code ______________________________________ Code ______________________________________ Acme Electric Co.

Oil Chains 7. Check V-Belts 6.10 Chart 4 MAINTENANCE SCHEDULE 4 Equipment ID: ____________ Receiving Elevator Description: ____________________________ Daily 1. Check Grad Chain Paddles 12. Check Head Pulley 11. Blow Off Condensate 15. Check Gearbox Oil 3. Check Hanger Bearings 13. Grease Motor Bearings 5. Check Grease Bearings 2. Check Hydraulic Oil/Leaks 18. Check Leg Cups 9. Check Crankcase Oil 16. Change Gearbox Oil 4. Check Roto Guard/Oil/Belt 10. Additional Maintenance Weekly Monthly 6 Months 12 Months . Check Leg Belt 8. Change Crankcase Oil 17. Check Air Filter 14.

Filter 20 Hammermill 27 Hammermill 7 Legs 43-33 Augers 41 thru 106 Scalper 14 Legs 53-54 HammermillLeg Pellet Cooler Leg 21 10 & 20 Hole Distributors 28 Leg . 102. 61 96. 100. 101 Milo Cooler Boiler 9 Bins 29 thru 36 Boiler 16 Man Lift Boiler 23 Boiler 30 Boiler 3 Air Compressors Fork Lifts Milo Cooler Fan 10 4 Pellet Cooler Fan 28A-2708B&C 11 Balance Scales Air Lifts Three Ton Mixer Pellet Cooler Air Compressors Fork Lifts 17 18 5 Chemical Pump Rollers 1-2 Bins 11 thru 22 Hammermill Bins Hammermill-Fines 27-27A-28-Augers Fan Bin 99 Bins 29 Thru 46 12 Tractors Bobcat 19 Air Compressors Rolls 1-2 Bagging Scales Fork Lifts 10 Shots no more Pellet Cooler 24 25 Air Compressors Hydraulic Pump Molasses & Fat Pumps 31 Air Compressors Fork Lifts 6 26 Tractors Bobcat Pellet Cooler 13 Hammermill Fat Filter Mol.11 Chart 5 MAINTENANCE CALENDAR Month: 1 Pellet Mills Pellet Cooler Oil Mixer 8 Pellet Mill’s Air Conditioner 15 Bins 1 thru 10 Pellet Mills 22 Pellet Mills 29 Pellet Mills 2 Auger 60. 96-A.

Goodwell Cost: 325.12 Chart 6 MAINTENANCE RECORD Equipment ID: ____________ Date Repair Work Performed: 10/1/88 Splice Belt –Replace Caps 12/3/89 Replace Headshaft Bearing Description: ___________________________ Workers: Elev.00 983.00 .

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