[Original] "Practice Medicine" in Workshop-Zhang Ruijin (Engineering Department)


Time:

2020-03-23

has been engaged in mechanical and electrical maintenance for many years, and I feel that doing this is like a doctor practicing medicine. Chinese medicine in the diagnosis of patients pay attention to "look, smell, ask, cut", our mechanical and electrical maintenance is exactly the same.

First of all, talk about "looking". When diagnosing patients in traditional Chinese medicine, first "look" at their complexities, facial expression, etc. When we diagnose the "patient"-machine equipment, we also "look" at whether the appearance of the equipment has qualitative change, loss or damage, and make a preliminary judgment according to the external appearance of the equipment.

Say "smell" again ". The "smell" of traditional Chinese medicine is auscultation, while electromechanical maintenance includes two layers: first, smell and smell whether the equipment has burnt or overheated rubber smell; Second, hear the sound of equipment operation.

also said "ask", the middle finger of traditional Chinese medicine asked the patient's feelings, symptoms and context. However, our patients are suffering and can only ask the operators who accompany them day by day. At this time, the "question" is too critical in the maintenance work. Some skilled operators and equipment accompany each other day, and they know as much about the equipment as they do about their partners. This is often incomparable to many maintenance personnel, and it is also easy to be ignored and not fully communicate with the operators. Can do a good job of "asking", maintenance often get twice the result with half the effort.

finally said "cut", which means pulse cutting in traditional Chinese medicine. The ultimate magic weapon for our mechanical and electrical maintenance is to "pulse" the equipment with a universal meter.

With the above "look, smell, ask, cut" and careful and patient investigation, it is not difficult to find the "affected part" of the equipment. After the "operation" and the "rehabilitation" of the equipment, we are not only happy with the "partner" who accompanies it day by day, but also get a little sense of accomplishment from it. In fact, the maintenance work is not only hard, but also happy.