The crane is a very powerful and very large machine that can lift large loads, making it very easy to move very heavy objects. If not operated safely and correctly, incidents can likely to be occurred, and expensive incidents such as accidents and injuries can be avoided if the operator learns how to practice crane safety.
Crane maintenance is a very significant feature of crane safety and crane prophylaxis. Inspections must be carried out in accordance with the crane checklist to ensure that the crane and all associated equipment and working parts are in very good operating condition.
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Most cranes require different controls to work safely and reliably. This review covers the various inspection phases and includes:
· Rigging checklist
· Mechanical list
When checking rigging, there may be about sixty different controls (depending on the type of crane), only a few of which can include:
· Boom head section – Instant boom section – Rear boom / hydraulic louvers
· End cords – cords
· Winches and drives – winch blade and ratchet wheel – winch coupling – winch brake
. Rotating element
· Torque converter · Tighten the spindle ring – install brakes and hooks
. Hydraulic luff cylinders – hydraulic systems and hoses – hydraulic shutoff valves
· Heavy load display – load radius display
. Engine shutdown service diary