A thorough and complete conveyor belt audit must include a thorough examination of the material handling procedures followed by the company. There are several aspects of material handling procedures that have to be examined in a thorough and complete manner. Such a process includes the following steps: a) Identification of the problems and the causes; b) Identification of the solutions; c) Controlling the problems and controlling the causes; d) Reduction of the problems and control of the causes; e) Redetermination of the costs involved in rectifying the problems and in controlling the causes. The correct or adequate level of concentration of the material handling liquids or gases, and the proper or adequate quantity of lubricants, additives, and additives is essential for ensuring the smooth performance and operation of the equipment. The correct or adequate supply of the required materials is also a vital factor that is crucial to the performance and proper functioning of the conveyor belts.
Why Importance of a Conveyor Belt Audit?
The purpose of any such material handling audit is to ensure that the present system is working as efficiently as possible and is able to deliver the goods as required. It is also necessary to check whether the existing system has any cracks or breaks in it. If there are breaks or cracks in the existing belt conveyor belt, then it is necessary to repair or replace the same. This repair or replacement should be carried out by qualified technicians or experts.
If there is any other problem associated with the conveyor belt equipment, then it would be necessary to inspect and identify the same. In this regard, it is necessary to visit the manufacturer or the supplier and enquire about the problem. If the problem is identified and the cause verified, then it would be necessary to contact the manufacturer or the supplier to carry out the repairs as quickly as possible.