Excavator Lifting Instructions
For novices, lifting is a very dangerous job. Must remember the following places to pay attention!
- Safely hoisting to prevent slipping
There is usually a hook behind the barrel. Lifting here is the safest. Especially when the object needs to be lifted to a certain height, if the rope is hung on the tooth, it will fall easily during the lifting process. The use of hooks ensures that the rope does not slip, which is the recommended safety boost.
When the object being lifted is close to the excavator, it is very suitable to lift the object directly with the teeth. In addition, the hook hook is very convenient and effective if the distance to be lifted is not very high.
- the lower plate is stable, preventing rollover
Stabilizing the body is a precursor to efficient and safe work! During the lifting process, the excavator must stand on the horizontal stop surface; if it is necessary to lift the object to the inclined surface, first dig a horizontal stop surface. The positioning of the excavator’s chassis is also very important. The smaller the angle between the lifting direction and the direction of the chassis track, the safer the excavator. The greater the angle, the more likely the excavator will tip over. When the excavator is lifted, it is actually a lever state. Always pay attention to the distance between the weight of the lifting object and the center of gravity of the excavator. (ZX360 excavator travel motor)The closer the lifting object is to the center of gravity of the excavator, the safer the excavator and the greater the lifting capacity. The farther the lifting object is from the center of gravity of the excavator, the greater the risk of the excavator tipping over, and the greater the lifting capacity of the excavator.
- reasonable operation, safety first
When the lifting height is too high, care should be taken to raise the object and not raise it too high. Once the excavator is in danger of tipping over, lower the boom for the first time and quickly place the sling on the ground. When upgrading, you must ensure that no one is nearby. Before lifting, ensure that the hoisting rope is vertical to prevent collisions and casualties.