Maintenance

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Moving from reactive to preventative maintenance

Investing in pack-house equipment usually means a notable cash outlay for any grower, packer or processor. Making the effort to look after your equipment with regular care and maintenance will extend the life of your investment, saving you time and

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Stainless steel material of choice

Stainless steel: The material of choice

At Wyma we recognize the unique benefits of stainless steel. Its immediate appeal to the post-harvest industry is its corrosion resistance and hygienic properties, critical for a sector under increasing pressure for food safety compliance. Stainless steel is the obvious

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Get the best from your equipment

Well designed and maintained equipment is critical to ensuring the quality and throughput of any post-harvest line. Wyma’s philosophy is always to design and manufacture equipment that is fit for purpose, robust and that performs season after season. Why choose

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Create an effective preventative maintenance schedule

The value of preventative maintenance is undeniable. It costs far less than reactive maintenance (up to 80% less). Keep things running smoothly and save costly downtime by creating a preventative maintenance schedule. Create your schedule using this simple guide: What needs

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Vege-Polisher™ belt tensioning info

During the first few weeks of Vege-Polisher™ operation, the drive belts and synchronous belt will settle in and may stretch slightly. If belts lose tension, they can start to slip. For the first 250 hours of operation, check belt tension

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Why buy Wyma genuine spare parts?

For the lowest total running cost of your equipment it is important to use Wyma Genuine spare parts. Many parts used on Wyma equipment have custom specifications that may not be obvious, but have a huge effect on durability and

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Is your conveyor tracking correctly?

Over the years, Wyma have produced thousands of conveyors and elevators, so we understand how important correct belt tracking is. Incorrect tracking will damage your belt and side foldings. It also places stress on other parts, making them wear quickly.

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