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Boom Lift How To Do Routine Maintenance

Edit:Beacon Industries Ltd   Date:Sep 19, 2017

The main role of the elevator is to realize vertical conveying of materials and other engineering equipment. Elevator in the domestic development earlier, the elevator because of its convenience and safety is more widely used, but if the work of the process does not pay attention to maintenance, and so on, it is easy to the late operation of the process to bring some small problems such as glitches. So how do we proceed? Now let's study together.

First, the elevator equipment accessories such as inspection to see if there is a loss of damage or wear serious accessories, early development to prevent in the future, to avoid the operation of the controller in the process of failure or parts of the fault and other accidents.

Second: Some key components of equipment must be regularly added lubricants, to prevent rust and other phenomena such as equipment is not flexible, for the equipment of the hydraulic oil to be regularly inspected, if there is deterioration or serious pollution should be thoroughly replaced oil, in order to upgrade equipment made, Maximize performance for a device's job.

Three: In the process of operation to ensure that the operating platform in a horizontal state, to avoid in the process of operation due to equipment tilt caused by the failure of the process of conveying materials should be strictly controlled in the scope of load standards. In the course of the operation the people around you can not walk around, can not climb and so on, to avoid some emergency situations caused accident casualties and so on, if an emergency occurs, operators should maintain calm, timely cut off the power supply, to avoid the failure to maintain the status quo, resulting in more serious loss of equipment.