Tips to Store Spare Mulcher Teeth for Long
If you have been mulching for a while, you know that breakdowns are expected one in a while. Maybe the machine gets a severe fault in a way that it cannot continue to operate unless it is fixed. If you don’t have the parts that you need to fix it, then you will be slapped by a downtime. We all know the harm that a downtime causes to both the reputation and also your earnings. The most affected parts are the mulcher teeth.
To avoid the possible downtimes, almost every contract or domestic use of the mulching machine keeps a stock of repair teeth. These spare mulcher teeth are usually kept in a small number to help address the issue of urgent replacement. However, there is always a problem when it comes to the storage of these teeth. Considering that these are metals, they should be stored properly to retain them in the best condition possible. They should always remain as good as new,
One of the major problems that with spare mulcher teeth is the exposure to the severe environment. Among the deadliest is the exposure to moisture. One of the major destructions of the moisture is rusting. Rust eats away the metallic layers of the teeth, and if not controlled, it can destroy the effectiveness of teeth completely. So how should you store spare mulcher teeth in the site or at home?
First, you must do is protecting spare mulcher teeth from coming into contact with the immediate environment. First, you must ensure that they are well greased. Grease is one of the most effective and non-corrosive materials that can help create a layer of that insulate the tooth completely. The will protect the outer layer of the teeth coming into contact with water and oxygen.
After greasing is done, you need to make sure that proper storage is done. First, you must keep the greased mulcher teeth in a cool place. Note that grease will melt away when slightly heated. Therefore, keep them in a relatively cool place. Second, must be wrapped or stored in a box. A tools box would be a perfect place to have these tools stored and only removed when needed.
These are ways that you can ensure that your spare mulcher teeth are stored in the best condition possible. If you would want to store mulching teeth for long, you can consider vacuuming them.