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Shoe Toe Steaming & Ironing Machine
The Shoe Toe Steaming & Ironing Machine is a highly efficient and versatile tool designed to enhance the quality and appearance of shoe uppers. This machine combines steam, vibration, and pressure to soften and eliminate wrinkles from shoe uppers, ensuring a smooth and polished finish.
- Dual-Sided Working Table: The machine features a two-sided working table, allowing multiple workers to operate it simultaneously, improving productivity.
- Effective Steam Softening: The steam application effectively softens the upper material, making it pliable and easier to work with.
- Pneumatic Hammer: The pneumatic hammer is suitable for all types of uppers and quickly eliminates wrinkles, ensuring a wrinkle-free finish.
- Comprehensive Shoe Treatment: This machine combines steam, vibration, and pressure, softening and squeezing the upper to eliminate wrinkles. It incorporates a steam head and eight extended lasts to achieve the perfect curve for various shoe styles.
- Efficiency and Labor Savings: With eight stations, this machine streamlines the traditional working process, saving labor and time. It is easy to operate, ensuring efficient and quick results.
- Adjustable Aluminum Lasts: The machine is equipped with aluminum lasts that can be easily extended and adjusted for size. It features an electronic temperature controller for precise heat management.
- Balanced Operation: The machine’s balance ensures accurate treatment of every part of the shoes, achieving consistent quality.
- Independent Control: It can operate independently and control each station separately, providing flexibility in the shoe steaming and ironing process.
|1200 x 1000 x 1700mm
|Net Weight (N.W)
- Regular Cleaning: Keep the machine clean by removing any dust, debris, or adhesive residues. Clean the steam head, aluminum lasts, and other components regularly to prevent buildup.
- Lubrication: Lubricate moving parts, such as hinges and joints, as recommended by the manufacturer to ensure smooth operation. Use appropriate lubricants suitable for the machine’s components.
- Check Electrical Components: Inspect electrical wiring, switches, and connections periodically to ensure they are in good condition. Replace any damaged or frayed wires immediately.
- Steam System Maintenance: If the machine uses a steam system, follow the manufacturer’s instructions for maintaining the steam generator, pipes, and nozzles. Regularly descale the system to prevent clogs.
- Pressure System: Inspect the pneumatic system for leaks and ensure it operates smoothly. Replace damaged or worn-out pneumatic hoses and components.
- Temperature Control: Check the electronic temperature controller for accuracy. Calibrate it if necessary to maintain the correct temperature for steaming and ironing.
- Aluminum Lasts: Inspect and clean the aluminum lasts regularly. Ensure they are extending and retracting properly. Replace any damaged or bent lasts.
- Safety Guards: Ensure that all safety guards and protective covers are in place and functioning correctly. Do not operate the machine if any safety guards are missing or damaged.
- Training: Train operators on how to use the machine properly and conduct routine maintenance tasks. Make sure they are aware of safety procedures.
- Operator Training: Only trained and authorized personnel should operate the machine. Ensure they are familiar with its operation and safety guidelines.
- Protective Gear: Operators should wear appropriate personal protective equipment (PPE), such as safety glasses, gloves, and, if necessary, hearing protection.
- Emergency Stop: Familiarize operators with the location and operation of the emergency stop button. In case of any emergency or malfunction, they should know how to stop the machine immediately.
- Pressure Control: Use the pneumatic pressure system within recommended pressure limits. Do not exceed the machine’s specified pressure range to prevent accidents.
- Temperature Control: Maintain the correct temperature settings on the machine to prevent overheating or burns. Be cautious when handling hot components.
- Machine Surroundings: Ensure there is adequate space around the machine to allow for safe operation and maintenance. Keep the area clean and free from obstacles.
- Ventilation: If the machine uses steam or produces heat, provide proper ventilation to dissipate excess heat and moisture from the working environment.
- Regular Inspection: Conduct routine inspections of the machine to identify and address any safety concerns promptly.
- Emergency Procedures: Establish and communicate emergency procedures to address potential hazards, such as steam leaks or machine malfunctions.
- Safety Labels: Ensure all safety labels and warning signs on the machine are visible and legible. Replace any damaged or missing labels.
- Maintenance Schedule: Adhere to a regular maintenance schedule to keep the machine in safe working condition.