1. Fill the fuel in time
During the operation of small self loading mixer truck, the operator shall pay attention to the fuel quantity at any time. When the fuel quantity displayed on the fuel gauge is close to the "0" position, be sure to fill the fuel in time. Do not wait until the fuel is exhausted before adding it. This will not only cause the diesel engine to stall after there is no fuel, but also lead to air entering the fuel system. Once air enters the fuel system, it not only wastes fuel, but also makes it troublesome to discharge it.
2. Take care to avoid fuel system blockage
As we all know, sometimes the working environment of the self loading mixer is special, which can easily lead to the blockage of the fuel system. Once the fuel system is blocked, it will affect the normal operation of the machine. Therefore, timely check to ensure that the fuel pipeline is unobstructed.
3. Pay attention to check the tightness of the fuel system
During the operation of small self loading mixer, if black smoke is found from the exhaust pipe or the engine is difficult to start, it may be due to air leakage, so pay attention to check the tightness of the fuel system.
4. Keep the fuel clean
About 50% of the faults of the fuel system are caused by unclean fuel. For gasoline engines, most of them are due to water mixed in the fuel, which will also corrode and damage the components of the fuel supply system.
5. Fuel selection is critical
It is recommended to select high-quality fuel suitable for self loading mixer truck. Poor quality fuel has poor filtration, sludge, impurities and moisture, which accumulate and precipitate for a long time, and is easy to block the oil pump filter screen, oil pipe and fuel nozzle.
Cylindrical mixing drums are installed on trucks such as loading mixer to carry the mixed concrete. During transportation, the mixing drum will always rotate to ensure that the transported concrete will not solidify. After transporting the concrete, the interior of the mixing drum is usually washed with water to prevent the hardened concrete from occupying space.